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Breaking Down the Patterns and Textures of Grandmillennial

We’ve talked before about grandmillennial style—now also referred to as “granny chic” since we last checked in—and how to know it when you see it. It’s a design sense and lifestyle that mixes hobbies and home living harmoniously. In shirking minimalism, granny chic can be difficult to decipher for outsiders due to its busy nature. […]

Room With a View: How To Maximize Your Natural Light

Looking through interior design photos for inspiration for your own home, you’ve probably noticed that some rooms simply look more inviting than others. That certain special something is almost always good lighting. And not just “good” lighting, but organic. Sunlight is the “secret ingredient” and finishing touch to any well-designed room. If you have a […]

Get the Look: Gold on the Ceiling (And the Rest of the Dining Room, Too)

All trends tend to circle around, and gold hardware and accents are back! They’ve become a popular way to warm the icy color palettes of the last decade. A few small replacements are all you need to totally transform the ambiance of a room. If you leaned hard into silver-grays as a way to get […]

How to Style a Small Bedroom For All Your House or Apartment Needs

Decorating a small space is always a pain. But for a small bedroom in particular, the best way to deal with a limited square footage is going to depend a lot on how you use the room. There’s a world of difference between a smallish master bedroom and a studio apartment; a nursery and a […]

How to Fill Your Bookshelves Without a Large Book Collection

It’s easy for big book fans to fill bookshelves in their homes with everything they’ve ever read or want to read. But not everyone has a large book collection. You may not be a big reader, prefer e-books, borrow from your local library, or choose to pass on your favorites to a friend when done […]

Get The Look: An Easy-To-Clean Black And White Bedroom

There’s one feature that’s almost-universal to the hotel experience, whether you’re staying somewhere budget-friendly or ultra-luxe: white sheets and comforters. Bleachable linens make it easy to keep your bedroom pristine-clean with minimal effort. But getting those utilitarian staples to feel homey can be a tougher task. I think this black and white bedroom by Studio […]

Update Your Dining Room to Be Both Luxurious and Modern

Dining rooms have to adapt to multiple occasions to survive today’s home renovations. Being a singular, formal place to have a meal together is no longer enough to keep the dining room safe from being turned into a home office. Gathering together and enjoying each other’s company is more important than ever, so it isn’t […]

Get The Look: A Simple, Stylish Midcentury Modern Bedroom

Midcentury modern design is making a comeback in a big way – and for more than one reason. Lots of the pieces you can now find replicas of in furniture stores? You can find the originals in a museum. When they were first designed almost a century ago, now-common pieces like the Eiffel chair were […]

Get The Look: Building Symmetrical Spaces With Style

Good symmetry is one of the fundamentals of interior design. There’s something inherently pleasing about a room with a balanced feel to it; it’s an easy way to get a professional look without an advanced designer’s skill set. The flip side is that perfectly symmetrical spaces can often feel like too much of a good […]

5 Home Styling Tips for a Covertly More Accessible Living Space

Life is easier than it’s been in centuries. For many of us though, “easier” doesn’t equal “easy.” We bring up ADA compliance and accessibility in posts, but what about the more invisible, small ailments in life that trip us up? Where are the tools for the clumsy people in the world? The forgetful? The mildly […]