Nothing fills a home with personality quite like artwork, and who knows your personality better than you? Making your own typographic wall art is easy. Step 1: Start with a great font. We put together a collection of fonts with tons of natural personality; you don't need to be a designer to bring these typefaces to life— just type, print and frame. We've separated them out by decorating style, so everyone can find something they like.
We wanted the look of a stacked stone accent wall in our bathroom. However, we were unable to find a stone veneer that would fit behind our toilet. We decided to use reclaimed pine which we got from used pallets.
For many of us, nature is an endless source of rejuvenation. A place of peace we can escape to when the horrors of the modern world get to be too overwhelming. A place that recharges us, alights are senses, ignites our imagination and gives us the energy to dive back in. Why wouldn't you try and emulate some of that majesty and wonder in your own home? Here are nine ways to try and bring some of the power and beauty of nature into your home this year.
If you're living with someone, then you know the delicate dance that is decorating to please both of you. So just what do you do when you love everything about your person, except his or her style? Here's our unconventional advice.
Do you still fear adding bold color to your home? Make 2015 the year of facing those color fears! Here's our step-by-step guide to ease into working more color into your home. This isn't something that you do overnight, but take these small suggestions one step at a time and you might find yourself boldly going where you've never gone before with color!
Putting time, money and energy into decorating feels great—until it blows up in your face. But there are always ways to tweak your decor mistakes to make them work after all. Read on for four common decor fails and the ways to fix them.
It can be a sad, frustrating and confusing thing when you love design and can't wait to dive in to a just-moved-into-home by investing money, giving energy and spending time...and the person you're living with couldn't be less interested. How do you work with a spouse, partner or roommate to balance your need to decorate with what they want? It's not easy, but it's doable, and we've got the advice.
It's freezing outside right now. The only way I, a warm-blooded former-Floridian, know how to cope with temperatures in the teens is... outright denial. So let's talk about patios. While I'm not currently using mine, I can see it from a window in the living room. It gives me ample opportunities to admire the rug I picked up last summer at IKEA. It's turned out to be just about my favorite thing.
You spot it — a photo of room that's everything you've always dreamed of. It's the inspiration photo you've been hunting for that perfectly sums up the kind of style you want to emulate in your own home. But now what? How do you go from an inspiration photo to turning your room into your dream? Without getting completely overwhelmed or losing sight of your design intentions along the way? We've got your tips.