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I don't know about you, but I like to put my feet up. To me, leaning back in a comfy chair and kicking my feet up at the end of a long day is one of life's sweetest little rewards. It's why the very first legitimate piece of furniture I bought as an adult was an ottoman, and why I haven't been without one since. Ottomans are also among my favorite types of furniture for the simple reason that the ...
There are lots of ways to make a master bathroom feel more luxurious and opulent: natural stone floors, decorative bathroom vanities, and high-end fixtures. But the best way to make a bathroom look more relaxing, elegant, and enticing is both simpler and more affordable: treat your bathroom like you would any other room in your home, and furnish it. Placing even a single piece of furniture in a ba...
I have a confession to make. I like to put my feet up.  If I can't kick my feet up while I'm in front of the TV, I'm not a happy camper. Really, this is one of the few petty discomforts I really can't stand, but the benefit is that it's turned me into something of an expert on living room lounges and recliners. There are lots of ways to get your feet up, but not all of them work in every living ro...
Have you ever gone to decorate your bedroom and realized something felt missing despite having all the dressers, beds, and other furniture you need to make the room complete? As the title suggests, perhaps what you really need to tie your bedroom together is a headboard; but don't go picking just any piece of wood that you can attach to y...
Most of the furniture you buy for a living room, you buy for the long-term. Big ticket items like your sofa set and seating, and workhorses like your TV stand or bookshelves serve two functions: to get the job done, and to look neutral enough that they won't make your living space feel dated a few years down the road. The real decorating comes when you fill in the gaps, and if you ask me, there's ...