Our collaboration with blogger and influencer Kathleen Post all started when she was looking to furnish and decorate her new space. Jumping at the opportunity to collaborate with the Lemon Blonde creator, we got to work right away. Check it out here!
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.
Full coverage or just concealer? Glitter eye shadow or none at all? Your makeup preferencesays a lot about who you are, and what type of furniture you like!
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.
The classic go-to is a bottle of wine, and while it’s a lovely gesture, wine tends to lose its luster when it’s the twentieth bottle your host has received in one night. To help you avoid that, we’ve taken traditional gifts and added a unique twist for tons of ideas any hostess will love.
Since its inception in 2010, Hope to Dream has not only gifted 80,000 twin beds, but bed frames, bedding and pillows to children in North America who are underprivileged and don’t have a place of their own to sleep.
There’s no season that beckons you to create and recall memories quite like the holiday season. Here’s how you can make your own living room the perfect setting to celebrate vintage cheer..
Home isn’t just a place to sleep, it’s where lifelong memories are made. We partnered with A Sense of Home and the Stauffer Family with the mission to give Janay and Noelle, a young mom and her daughter, one of the greatest treasures in life: a place to call home.
Striking the right balance of making guests feel at home, while also making them feel like they’re on a relaxing vacay, isn’t an easy task. After thoughtful consideration, we’ve compiled a list of the 12 must-haves for creating the perfect guest room.
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.