One of my favorite things about gift giving is the packaging— I love a beautiful presentation. We've rounded up some gift wrap options in classic prints, which are great to mix and match, or to just let stand out on their own.
The Scandinavian region of the world is famous for its Northern lights and snowy winter scenes, synonymous with Christmas. While Scandinavian design can come across as stark and modern, there's also a cozy, bright side to Scandinavian decor — one that is particularly apparently during the holiday season.
Ikea stylists are at it again, showing us common folk how to style our homes in inspirational ways for the holidays. You don’t need to shop at the Swedish giant in order to have a festive and fun household this season. Follow these tips, tricks, and suggestions to do it yourself.
If you're looking for a modern countertop surface that's both beautiful and budget-friendly, consider concrete. If properly installed and sealed, concrete countertops will last practically forever, and the best part is, you can make them yourself.
I usually favor patterns that are intricate or whimsical, but these grid patterned products have me rethinking my ways. They're simple without being boring, and sleeker than the arrow prints that now seem ubiquitous.
It's not often that I find myself thinking, "Damn. That is a good-looking showerhead." But that was my response when I spotted this beautiful little bathroom in my Pinterest feed. I love how crisp and modern and striking the black showerhead is against the white subway tile. Black fixtures for the bathroom may just be the Next Big Thing.
A hallmark of Danish design, the classic sheepskin rug is about as ubiquitous as tapered legs in MCM style homes. Whether draped over a chair, the back of the sofa, the foot of the bed, or layered over a rug, the sheepskin is an element that instantly makes any room feel cozier with little effort. Here are a few of our favorite examples and options.
They're everywhere! Triangles are all the rage right now - whether hand-painted, quilted, or purchased as decals, it's difficult to find a baby or kid's room these days that isn't sporting them in some way shape or form. Here are ten fresh spaces filled with those three-sided shapes.
Yeah, yeah, we know. Chevron is super trendy and some of you may believe it's past trendy. But you know what? It can be fun to participate in a trend (maxi dresses, anyone?) and kids rooms are a great place to try it. Even better - try it on an accent wall - less work, less cost, less commitment, but still a big impact.