After coming across a bold and expensive wall treatment online, Chrissann hedged for weeks about doing something similar and cheaper in her own bedroom. It turns out what she needed was the free time (and painkiller-induced courage) from a wisdom tooth extraction to take the plunge.
Your heart skips a beat in the presence of metallics, mirrors, lacquer and sheen. You go all googly for luxe finishes, elegant furniture details, and rich fabrics and wallpapers. You'd sell your first-born child for a zebra-striped rug or a gold-toned wall sconce. Here's a news flash for you: you love Classic Glam.
For her first ever IKEA hack, Katie turned to the ever-popular Malm dresser. In love with the piece's affordability but not its modern look, she transformed two Malms into Art Deco-inspired nightstands for her glam bedroom. Check out the dramatic results after the jump.
This time last year we put together a round-up of 10 Classic Glam Nurseries, which was a real visual treat and loved by many. But sometimes loving the look of something does not necessarily mean knowing how to pull it off. Here is a step-by-step breakdown of how to put together a classic glam nursery of your own.
We've collated some of the best classic glam nurseries, and given instructions on how to make your own, but if that's not enough classic glam for you, how about classic glam on a budget? Here's a nursery you can put together for under $300 with a little thrifting and a little DIY.
Name: Danielle Moss (and Buddy) Location: Lincoln Park; Chicago, Illinois Size: 750 square feet Years lived in: almost 1 year; rented
Danielle Moss leads a hectic life. As a co-founder of The Everygirl, a popular website dedicated to career-driven women, the owner of her own graphic design and photography business, and the writer behind the blog Breakfast at Toast, it's a wonder that she has time to think about interior design at all. But in just a little under a year she has managed to convert a humdrum beige apartment into an inspirational, light, and glamorous haven.
Now that you've got your white bedding and your comforter, it's time to accessorize. A fur blanket thrown across a bed looks so cozy and inviting — perfect for Sunday afternoon naps! While some faux fur throws look a little too, well, fake, we've found a selection that are pretty close to the real deal.
Nicole told us about this Master Bedroom project: Our client Janeka is a fashionista and she wanted her master bedroom to be a reflection of that. To do that, we wanted to showcase her love of both trendy and vintage pieces.
The idea of pink generally turns me off. While I would never consider painting a room pink or investing in pink furniture for my home, I've seen rooms that incorporate the color and are absolutely striking. When the proportions are balanced and the placement intentional, pink makes a beautiful accent. In the spirit of Valentine's Day, here's to incorporating pink in small doses!