Monograms are old school but they don't have to be used solely on conventional items such as bathrobes and towels. Monograms were a historical signature for royalty and, because moms should be treated like royalty every day, these are a perfect fit!
When you're living in cramped quarters, having more than one side table can make the room feel crowded. That's where nesting tables come in handy. When they're not in use, they nest together in a neat little space saving package. Then, when you're entertaining, the tables can be spread about for maximum drink placing, appetizer plate sitting usage.
This living room in Justine & Angus' Toronto home has some great style elements in it. From the neutral sofa to the clear coffee table, the room strikes a nice balance between comfort and style. I've rounded up my five favorite pieces from the room so you can achieve a similar look in your own home.
Jordan's 460 square foot Brooklyn apartment was the winner of our Small Cool Contest back in 2011. The bright space is nicely outfitted with design classics old and new. Here's a quick little shopping guide to help you pick similar pieces that will fit in your own small cool home.
Shopping flea markets can be a great experience with bargain prices, unique finds and the thrill of the hunt all making for a perfect weekend excursion. In the moment, however, they can also be a bit overwhelming as it can be tough to know what to buy and what to pass up. Before heading out, here are a few tips to keep in mind.
Picture it: a warm breeze blows as you gaze up at a blue sky, lemonade in hand, gently swaying in your backyard hammock. It may not get any more idyllic than that. To help you choose the hammock that's right for you, here's a roundup of our favorites.
While we'll always appreciate inexpensive rugs from the big box stores, sometimes you want a high quality option that will last and last. Over the years, we've looked at many high end rug designers and retailers in our Store Profiles. Looking back, here are 10 favorites.
It might be hard to imagine during these early days of spring, but there will come a time later this season when you'll want to shade yourself from the blazing sun. To that end, here's a roundup of affordable umbrellas to keep your patio or other outdoor space nice and shady for those lazy summer days.
Now that we're almost at the end of April, we can really start seeing the light at the end of the cold, dark and rainy wintertime tunnel. It seems like a good time to look back at all of our coverage of outdoor furniture. Dig in, find your favorites and take it outside!
We've all heard the arguments, for and against, online designer sample sales: the adrenaline fueled urge to buy things you may or may not really need, the inability to "try things on" before committing, non-refundable purchase. With the surge in home-centric versions of these sales, how do we best navigate these issues?