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Style Refresh: Spring Greenery

There’s no better season suited for a style refresh quite like spring. Outside new life is blooming in vibrant shades of green, and when it comes to reviving your space, trust us – fresh plants are just as uplifting indoors. Create a look that’s effortless to maintain and full of vitality. Pair live plants with wall art featuring faux succulents for an ultra-lush feel. Easily accomplish the look of a living wall without sacrificing longevity.…

Bedroom Décor Ideas: Metallics & Texture

Décor made from natural elements paired with vibrant, earth-toned art have us rethinking the call for cool colors in the bedroom. Rustic teak furniture and richly textured linens create the perfect space for some serious end-of-the-day unwinding. Get the Look A simple, metal floor lamp and copper table accent add a hint of metallic shine Use an over-sized candle to create the ultimate relaxing, personal sanctuary. Seeking a less autumnal palette? Adding bright-white…

Design Tip: Elegant & Casual Dining Spaces

Most dining rooms today serve a dual purpose—an area for formal dining, and as a space for low-key entertaining. Modern dining rooms don’t need to be formal to be elegant and inviting. Create a tranquil, laid-back space that will have you and your guests instantly at ease. Use calming coastal images and serene abstracts paired with mixed frames to create a casual atmosphere. Asymmetrical wall arrangements and rustic table décor add a touch…

Creative Ways to Update Your Home’s Busiest Rooms

High-traffic areas tend to collect the most clutter (wear and tear too). These simple decorating tips help you streamline those spaces while adding eclectic oomph. Best part: it’ll cost you less than redesigning a whole room. DO Set the tone with a textured rug. Texture hides dirt and gives the room a stylish foundation. Mix real plants with life-like greenery. Low-maintenance. Need we say more? Try multi-functional pieces, like tall poufs, that double as…

Don’t Be Scared: Clashing Patterns Create Interest

Through the years I’ve collected comforters dotted with tiny-star prints, polka dot dishes and even a chevroned shirt or two. But now that I’m attempting to redefine my home’s aesthetic (and gut it of “pre-partner” décor), I’m wondering what I should give away in hopes of a more unified space. I was initially tempted to ditch anything with too-loud of a pattern, assuming that the more bold pieces I toss, the more of a blank…

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