You signed the paperwork, purchased the boxes and played with the bubble wrap. It’s time for a fresh start in a new home. First, congratulations on the big move! This might be your first experience on your own, or you just want to get a better handle on this process. And admittedly, it’s stressful. You are packing up your whole life and transferring it to a new destination. Sometimes you don’t realize how big of an undertaking it is.
As the saying goes, Rome wasn’t built in a day. And neither is your dream home. It requires extensive care and meticulous selection. But each new addition brings you and your family one step closer to achieving that perfect space. Let’s say you have selected a cozy sofa for a movie night or an elegant bedroom set, but something is missing. The hours of Pinterest scrolling and online browsing are starting to add up. Curated boards have helped you discover your interior design preferences. But how do you put this knowledge to practice?
As we move through September, it’s time to prepare for the changing of the seasons. And although we love watching romantic comedies set in the Northeast during fall — with golden leaves cascading off the trees — not everyone experiences the same autumnal transition. However, those who dwell in Southern states can still bring the spirit of fall into their homes through decor.
Rinse, renovate and redecorate! Your bathroom is ready for a well-deserved makeover, and we are here to help. Your bathroom is an essential part of your self-care routine, so treat yourself to a new look. Whether you need a rejuvenating space to help kick-start your day or a luxurious experience to help you unwind, it should feature all the functions you need.
We have another helpful interior design tip to transform your space: style every square inch of your home to reflect your personality. When creating your dream home, it’s easy to become focused on the bigger picture. The comfy couch for movie night, the five-star dining experience or the cloud-like bed are at the top of your renovation list. But let’s not forget the small areas in our home that can reflect our personal style just as much as the main rooms.
It’s time to open the front door of the Ashley HomeStore offices and introduce you to another member of our team! For this “At Home with Ashley” feature, I wanted to highlight the story and style of my mentor, Meagan Miller. As Manager of Influencer Strategy and Strategic Partnerships, she oversees the creation of content through influencer campaigns and partnerships with other brands.
We have another virtual home tour for our XO Ashley readers! We are continuing our At Home with Ashley series to open the front door of our spaces and share anecdotes from our coworkers. In this edition, we are sitting down with interior designer, Joyleene Padilla. Joyleene has been at Ashley HomeStore for three years and has spent her time on the Social Media Team creating beautiful spaces for brand events and influencer collaborations. She brings her fun-loving, vivacious personality to work every day and it is evident in her creative design mood boards.
We’re packing up and going to college! Well, without the packing up. You’ve gotten the high school diploma, and now it’s time to start a new chapter. This might seem trickier if you have chosen to stay home for school. But it actually starts with your room.
Are you looking to spice up your home decor without breaking the bank? We believe with a little imagination, and style tips from us of course, your perfect space is closer than you think! Our first tip: keep your current pieces, while adding some new colors and styles to change things up! Mixing and matching furniture sets can be daunting, but with this guide we hope that you will make all of your unique dining room dreams come true!
Have you ever wanted to hit the snooze button for an entire day? Well, turn off your alarms because we are celebrating National Lazy Day the right way, by taking some time to relax! This week is full of self-care holidays to remind you the importance of unwinding. August 9th is National Book Lover’s Day, and August 10th is National Lazy Day, so curl up with a good book and learn how to take more time for yourself.