Online furniture retailer Wayfair announced that it will now offer custom upholstery. Customizable options are now available on more than 100 styles of furnishings, all of which are handcrafted in the U.S., ranging in price from $200 to $1,500.
Like many things that tend to come in sets, towels, bed linens, and cloths never seem to come in the right-for-me quantity. I've got stacks of washcloths that I never use, while I have to frequently wash kitchen towels since I seem to never have enough. I've decided: it's time to tailor my linens to my behavior, so that the inefficiency comes to an end.
I don't buy into the I-can't-have-nice-things-because-I-have-a-pet hype. This is especially true when it comes to textiles in my home. So when I spotted a gorgeous velvet sofa on Craigslist for a song, I did my research and went for it.
Sure, these home goods are fine and would look fantastic in my house— but what's a girl got to do to get a colorful raindrop skirt or minimal sheep sweatshirt? Here are some great fabrics for home that would also be fab fashion:
If you are a fan of both mud cloth and modern furniture, you might want to check out the recent collaboration between Philadelphia based design company HYM Salvage and Urban Outfitters. Helena Young-Meyer of HYM Salvage updated vintage furniture with vintage mud cloth to make new one-of-a-kind pieces. Currently there is a small collection of furniture available, as well as a few pillows and poofs.
Has your bedroom been feeling flat and lifeless? Uninteresting? Too...boring? It might need an infusion of texture — a basic design element every room needs to make it feel rich and like a place worth spending time in. We've got nine different and easy ways you can add the feeling of texture to your bedroom.