I'm pretty sure we all fall into one of two categories with our homes. Either you've got a lot of space and you don't want it to go to waste or you love living small and need to make the most of every square foot. (I'm in the latter.) So, let's take a look at how to turn an unused spot into a legit workspace. Cue my yellow arrows!
The idea of a bohemian space can sound enticing. Layered, ethnic patterns paired with bold, rich colors, and lots and lots of stuff. Done well, it's a bit of a beautiful mess. But, what if you're looking for a balance between "more is more" and a simpler, streamlined look? Is modern bohemian a thing? Well, since you asked...
I've never been inside a house without a mirror but I'm rarely in a house that uses mirrors as art. But, they can be GORGEOUS.
Ready for a special installment of #whyitworks? We'll take a look at some incredible ways to use the work of my favorite mirror designer, John Linden, from Mirror Coop, and then enjoy the interview I did recently with John on what makes a mirror "art."
Fabulous bookshelves are like open shelves in your kitchen. Yes, you want them. You may even "need" them. But how??
Having a new year, new you moment? Why not mix beautiful bold and neutral shades to create a room that somehow manages to be soothing, dramatic, and sophisticated. Ready for a quick "how-to"?
Amazingly, Thanksgiving is already over and we're rocketing towards the holidays. I couldn't resist sharing some of my favorite holiday decorating finds to help you get ready for the season.
We all want a serene retreat at the end of a long day and soft, warm colors exude an inherent sense of calm. But keeping a neutral palette from turning into a snooze-fest can be tricky. So, how do you make it work?
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With the change in seasons comes that inevitable reshuffling of every closet in the house. Sweaters are unearthed, shorts are tucked away. And we ALL have that moment where we wonder how we made it all fit last year.
But, never fear! Let me hit you with some rockstar closet organizing tips to make that perennial fear of a closet avalanche a thing of the past.
Do you ever look at those kitchens with open shelving and think, "who are these people?" Most of us need our cabinet doors to hide the realities of life. We're not curating beautiful dish displays, we're making dinner!
Certain parts of the house feel like they invite you to do something unexpected. For me, it's small bathrooms, children's rooms, and foyers.
But how do you break the rules without going overboard?