Open shelves aren't just for the dishes. Keep your culinary necessities at hand and display items with creative packaging.
Even since the days of early human existence, mankind has shared an inexplicable need to decorate their humble abodes. From archaic cave drawings to complex hieroglyphs, beautifying the walls which surround us has become a part of human nature.
A kitchen backsplash must pass the style test. But it must also pass the tomato-sauce test.
We adore art. Love mirrors. But sometimes those walls are calling for something with a little more passion and personality. Get inspired.
Perhaps you've had enough of mason jars? Maybe everything you own is now some dramatic shade of gray (guilty), and maybe you have enough burlap around your home to start your own potato sacking business. Fear not, 2015 is chock full of fabulous new ideas for your humble abode.
I'd rather invent a cheaper alternative to home decor by using random materials around the house, and living on a college budget has helped me become more resourceful. Here are some DIY Room Hacks that I have created in my home that are perfect for college students.
Not only are loose cords and wires super unattractive, it's actually dangerous to leave them lying in a jumble on your floor or desk. According to Hometalker and safety expert Elli Bishop, of SafeWise.com, having loose wires in your home creates a risk of electrical fires, not to mention wires and cords on the floor are a tripping hazard.
A curated bookcase is an integral component of any decor scheme. Built-in shelves elevate the ambience while simultaneously housing everything from titles and prints to that decorative collection of one-of-a-kind vases.
Snuggle in. Winter is such a good time for getting cozy and cuddly. Life is made up of small rituals and simple pleasures. This winter I made of point of buying a few throw blankets and placed a large basket under our side table in the living room.
Inspired by the highly anticipated theatrical launch of the Fifty Shades of Grey movie we have compiled 50 of the hottest hued design and décor pieces sure to make your mouth water and fantasies come to life.
Remember that point in the late '90s when you had enough of those nautical stripes? Well, that's how we now feel about taupe paint. Luckily, wallpaper has made a glorious return--this time with more inspired styles.
Staying in for Valentine's Day dinner? Don't hang your head in shame! Doing V-Day dinner at home is actually a great opportunity to create a romantic evening tailor made to fit your S.O.'s taste, and a fabulous way to enjoy some quiet time alone.
Your home is deeply symbolic of your life. It subconsciously reflects both your goals and obstacles. February evokes our collective desire to bring in more romance and sensuality into our lives, and your bedroom is your key to accomplishing that goal.
Ever wonder if you're cut out for small living? Through the power and reach of the web -- and community marketplaces that connect travelers with hosts, like Airbnb -- tiny homes are but a click away to rent for a weekend or a month.
Open shelving can be deep enough to accommodate small kitchen appliances or serving pieces, or shallow enough to lean framed pictures. It's a great way to take advantage of both open wall space or awkward, smaller wall areas. Feel free to change your décor on your shelving - it's a great way to play decorator in your own home.
photography by BRITTANY AMBRIDGE Is your space feeling a bit drab? We've got just what you need for an instant uplift. ...