Maybe browsing through the beautiful spaces in our Room for Color Contest has inspired you to add a little color to your own space. Adding color can be intimidating, so we've picked out a few videos highlighting ways you can add easy, low-commitment color, for a quick dose of extra cheer.
Do you get easily tired of your surroundings, and find yourself up in the middle of the night rearranging furniture and swapping out decor? You might have found a kindred spirit in Orlando Soria, West Coast Creative Director for Homepolish, and the owner of the dining room above. When things get old and tired, he's not afraid to mix things up and make them fresh and new again.
I first fell in love with this style chair in this image (pictured) in Domino magazine, luxe yet rugged, simply constructed and refined they look equally at home in the most casual or sophisticated room. We rounded up the options from splurge worthy high-end to budget steal.
Steph endured two years of an ugly tarred roof in her rented San Francisco apartment before she realized that rent control meant she might be there awhile. So she committed to making her outdoor space a place she really wanted to be.
My enthusiasm for measuring things is something of a joke around my house. At any moment I might jump up, grab my tape measure, and start measuring walls, windows, furniture, trim, etc. You name it, and I've probably measured it several times over.
Moving into a new place means lots of little unfinished spots that need solutions, which means spending both time and money. Jennifer dressed up this window corner quickly, stylishly and for less that you would think possible. Check it out...
When you want to transform either the look and/or function of an existing piece of furniture, try adding casters. Whatever it is, a set of wheels will make it better. Suddenly, it's on the move, flexible, and looks kind of badass too. If you’ve never thought to do it before, here are eight interesting ideas and applications….
The changing of the seasons is the perfect time to give your home a little refresh. It doesn't have to be a grueling or expensive project — something as simple as swapping out your pillows and throws, adding a new potted container to your entry, or painting your front door a bold new color — can make a big impact. This month in my home, I'm going to address my window treatments.
We live in a typical Chicago apartment with a really long skinny layout. When you enter our apartment the foyer and hallway are the first things you see so they really needed some TLC. When we first moved in to the apartment the foyer and hallway were painted in a yellow glaze and the only light fixtures were flush mounted glass domes from the 80’s.