When I think of Spring I think of blue skies and warm breezes. Unfortunately, right now there are actually more grey skies and cold gusts. For now, I'll gaze upon this collection of blue outdoor chairs and live in the Springtime of my dreams.
So you want to create a little outdoor oasis but you're a little strapped for cash. Don't worry — it doesn't always take a lot of money to look like a million bucks. Here are seven sources for budget outdoor furniture to help you get started.
Yesterday we featured some inspiring uses of one of our favorite patterns: gingham. The word 'gingham' may bring to a mind a checkered tablecloth at a barbecue joint, but this simple, graphic pattern can also be surprisingly sophisticated. If you're looking to add a little gingham to your home, look no further than these picks from Apartment Therapy.
Architectural salvage shops are increasingly popular destinations for designers, collectors, and remodelers, and for the home decorator looking for unique furnishings, there's no better place to start a search.
A media console with well appointed storage can be the difference between having a disorganized pile of A/V components cluttering the room versus stylishly complementing that beautiful brand new flat screen TV of yours. With prices ranging from $50 to $3,000, there should be one out there to fit your budget and room.
Oh how I do love cute curtains! They add an easy punch of pattern to a room, hide ugly blinds and windows and prevent Peeping Toms in style. Unfortunately, cute curtains can also add up quickly. Fear not, fellow price sensitive consumer. Here are five sources for patterned curtains that won't break the bank.
Earlier this week I looked at online sources for gardening supplies which, if you don't have a car or you're pressed for time, are great for getting your garden gear. But if your idea of a relaxing Spring Sunday is strolling through a garden center, breathing in the scent of wet soil and planning your own little outdoor space, this list is for you.
We all love our pets but we don't always love all of the things that come along with them. Often it feels like you are limited to the generic supplies at the big box pet store or to the opposite extreme, overpriced supplies at posh boutique pet shops. Enter Etsy, the handmade marketplace is filled with quirky, stylish finds that won't break the bank and look good enough to leave out.
If you're lucky enough to have some outdoor space, now's the time to start putting it to use. Or at least lay the groundwork. Once Memorial Day rolls around, you'll want that little outdoor escape, even if it's just a fire escape or front stoop. These five stores have great online catalogs to help you get started ... and you never even have to leave your living room.
Every little thing about the dining room in Thomas and Stephanie's Comfortably Modern Home comes together beautifully. From the rug to the light fixture, this room pulls together different textures to great effect. Check out the source list after the jump to achieve the look in your own home.