We recently partnered with the LaBrant family to decorate their new house, and we’re excited to share it with you. The family, consisting of parents Savannah and Cole and daughters Everleigh and Posie, collaborated with us to bring their style to life with Ashley’s wide furniture assortment.
Our Mane + Mason style headed north to help redo the basement of blogger Lissette Predreiras. The New Jersey native wanted to transform the space into a living area for her whole family to enjoy.
Leanna Lamming’s family den is cloudy with a chance of cuddles. For our next challenge with our Mane + Mason Modern Farmhouse line, we helped the Houston blogger to redo a living space in her home.
Do you have big porch decorating ideas, but a not so big actual porch? Just because your great outdoors is on the smaller side, don’t think you can’t turn it into an enticing outdoor getaway. No matter what size you have to work with, you can create the perfect backdrop for al fresco gatherings with well-chosen outdoor furniture and accessories. Here are a few ways to make the most of the porch or patio space you have.
Congratulations! You’ve just signed your first lease or bought your first home. Your head’s probably filled with decorating ideas and shopping lists. But before you start pulling swatches and paint chips and purchasing big ticket items like sofas and tables, you need a plan. Coming up with a carefully thought out design strategy can help you avoid common decorating mistakes like these.
Make your home a more functional space by filling it with poufs, benches and ottomans—three of our favorite multi-functional pieces.
Out with the old. In with the new. A few subtle touches to your living room, bedroom and dining room can make all the difference—and make coming home all the more inviting.
From outfits to furniture and paint, we’re constantly making color choices to enrich our lives and create a sense of inner happiness. That said, deciding the season’s trends entails considerable forecasting color and strategy—which goes far beyond deciding on a blue or red sofa.
Taking on any home decor project can be time-consuming, not to mention costly—and the entryway is no exception to the rule. That said, you can get the best of both worlds when it comes to style and cost. For the ultimate mudroom you’ll love coming home to every day, you can tackle this project for under $500. Read on to learn how.
Nothing says “home, sweet home” quite like turning on the lights and seeing your beautifully designed space come into focus. Here are four ways you can use lighting in a strategic, design-savvy manner that will have all your friends ogling.