Style. Shape. Space limitations. Seating accommodations. With so many factors to consider with a dining table, we offer a few suggestions you’ll love.
One of our favorite spaces to mix and match is the dining room, where achieving the look is as simple as combining different chairs, barstools and benches.
Let’s flip the switch and brighten up the beautiful home you’ve made. We created this guide to break down all your lighting choices and help you decide what would be best for any space you are renovating or redecorating.
We can’t get enough of cool fall weather, and we have become obsessed with creating seasonal spaces throughout the home. We’ve all left toasty days of summer behind to make room for chilly evenings that should be spent in fresh air. So grab your apple cider or hot coco and bring your family outside before you have to break out the winter Parka!
No one knows style better than the French, especially when it comes to interiors. With luxurious textures and hints of floral accents, we’re taking all the inspo from them we can get! Whether it’s your bedroom, dining room or living space, we’ve got you covered.
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?