Black is... well, it's the new black. It's the perfect way to add a little contrast and depth to minimal interiors, and it's cropping up everywhere. From staircases to bathrooms to kitchens, black — especially in deep, glossy shades — is back.
If you've got a coffee table with a low shelf, you might already have tucked some stylish or useful items under the main surface for storage. But don't neglect this spot for stuff if your coffee table is shelf-less! This little spot of floor space might be small, but it's not insubstantial. Here are some inspiring photos of folks using this space right!
Now that I have my own home and family to care for, the things my mother taught me about cleaning are not only valuable because they came from her, but because they are nuggets of wisdom probably passed down through more than two generations. They've stood the test of time and they sure make my life easier and my home cleaner. From my home and family to yours, here are the best cleaning and organizing rules I learned from my mother.
You may remember Vickiann from her amazing "real" brick wall she added by herself to her house to give it some seriously awesome architectural character. She's back with a redo of a sad bathroom that is now bold and black and white!
Sometimes being happier at home is less about changing your home than changing your mentality. These three videos contain some game-changing advice for people living in smaller spaces: ways to change the way you think about and live in your space to make yourself happier right where you are.
Countertop space is precious, and clutter stands in the way of glorious, wide-open spaces that help you function in the kitchen. When stuff is everywhere, you have to move it every time you wipe the counters. You sacrifice precious prep space. And that same stuff subtly clouds your thinking and saps attention from the task at hand. When you banish clutter from the kitchen, you're more likely to use the room as intended, make dinner, and eat at home.
Magazine holders — whether metal, cardboard, wood or some other material — aren't just for corralling your issues of Dwell. Get creative and clever to use a magazine holder in just about every room of the house to make your life a little more organized this year!
Bookcases are a design staple, and a part of most households at some point in time. What if there was a way to take these furniture staples and make them fresh again? Here are seven ideas to rethink this standard storage, and put them to use in new ways...