By mixing antique pieces with modern décor, you can create just the right balance of shape, texture and style. But if done haphazardly, the result can look disorganized and messy.
A living room table lamp serves double duty—it’s a great way to add a decorative element to your space, while also providing task lighting. But just like other furniture, one size doesn’t fit all.
Did you know that the average person loses about one hour of productivity each day due to a disorganized work area? By keeping your desk neat and implementing a few organizational systems, you’ll work more seamlessly and create the right mindset to tackle your day.
With all the challenges of this past year, many of us are embracing our home décor with a newfound passion and are focusing on the types of items that make us feel good inside.
A room without a lot of natural light can feel dreary and maybe even a bit dull. You don’t have to settle for a cave-like atmosphere, though. You can easily make a space feel more airy and energized without calling in a contractor to knock down a wall or add windows.
Like the way a room looks overall, but feel like it’s missing a little something that you can’t quite put your finger on?
Whether you are working with an open floor plan, optimizing a smaller space or just spending more time at home, multi-functional rooms can provide the flexibility you need while still offering a clean, streamlined design.
No matter what size your kitchen, the more storage space you have, the better organized you’ll be, whether you’re whipping up a gourmet dinner or simply making a grilled ham and cheese sandwich.
Whether you have built-ins or standalone bookcases, well-curated arrangements add interest and personality to a room, elevating your space.