After being pushed out in favor of stainless and brushed nickel for many, many years, gold is making a big comeback in the kitchen. There are all kinds of ways to embrace the look — whether you're looking to add just a little bit of shine to your kitchen or a whole lot, we've got some ideas for you.
Last week we featured a gallery of dark bedrooms, moody, cocoonlike spaces full of fluffy blankets and somber hues. This week, we're looking at bedrooms that are just the opposite of that: light, bright spaces decorated all in white.
In this post on easy-to-live-with paint colors, a number of you asked for a post on paint colors that go with wood trim. Ask, and you will receive! Here's a roundup of some successful colors from our House Tours that allow wood trim to shine.
When you're faced with a bland, beige rental kitchen in an apartment you otherwise love, what do you do? If you're Kerry, who has a gorgeous New Orleans apartment, you infuse your rental kitchen with some color!
Some people want their bedrooms to be light, bright spaces — others not so much. I can't help being drawn to these beautiful dark bedrooms. They feel like cozy, warm cocoons for sleeping in — and what could be better than that?
The ceiling is a huge swath of real estate in a room, yet its color is often overlooked as a conscious design choice. Although it's tempting to avoid, committing to color (and then choosing the right one!) totally transforms a room. Here are four strategies to consider when headed to the store to look at paint chips:
Mexican blankets are a great way to pack a punch of color and style without spending much money (many ring in under $20.) Whether draped over a sofa, the foot of a bed, used as a tablecloth or on a picnic, they make everything feel a bit more festive. Here are a few of our favorite inspiring examples of how to make the look work around the house.
In a shift away from minimalism, one of the style directions of the year is layered, textured and mismatched. Embroidery can be a great way to add in a bit of texture, color and play with prints as well as adding a layer of tactile richness to your decor. Here are a few of our favorite pieces to help you get the look.
Copper is the color to watch for this autumn and winter in home decor. Metallics have been popular for the past few seasons, however the warmer tones found in brass and copper are topping the color charts this year. No need to re-paint your whole house in copper however, just the addition of a cool copper accessory is enough to update your home for this season's trends.