With spring here, you can add a little more sunshine to the inside of your house with these DIY upgrades, sure to boost your spirits when you're making them and when you're admiring your handiwork.
These mistakes can turn a party from fun to flop in a short amount of time.
A simple change like rearranging your furniture can be as exhilarating as a complete décor update -- without the price tag. Seeing the beautiful things you already own in a new light can make the old feel new again.
This year's designs run from opulent, to funny, to sublime to knock-out gorgeous.
If you care about table settings, chances are you own something from Kim Seybert, be it a beautifully embroidered placemat, a beaded napkin ring or one of her elegant melamine plates.
Small spaces lend themselves to creative organizational hacks: This one is vintage, inventive and a little bit Alice in Wonderland. A wooden thrift store chair functions as a towel holder and a shelf to store mason jars full of cotton balls and swabs.
From gold-foil notebooks to a heated cast-stone bench, update any living space with one of these fresh pieces.
Spring has likely made you giddy and creative, not to mention eager to de-clutter. Redecorating on a budget, though, is tricky. Who wants to an interior decorator (or banker) to make an old house new?
Kitchen and bathrooms sell. Studies show buyers are most interested in, and most critical of, kitchens and bathrooms. If you have some money to put into your home, spend it here.
As a predominant design element, wallpaper is definitively back, but quite literally this isn't your grandmother's decor. Gone are the frilly florals and chintzy damasks.
I've got a hit list of things to consider and questions to ask before buying vintage furniture online, so you can be sure to rule out a lot of issues before you take the big purchasing plunge.
When unpacking a house, chances are you're not going to be able to unpack everything in one swoop.
Why not warm up by looking at the forecast of spring trends in home decor? Here are a few of my favorite home design trends you'll be seeing in the upcoming months.
Traces of that past remain, but today they contribute to an eclectic mix of old, new, reclaimed and reimagined.
Oranges and yellows are obvious choices for a quick way to brighten up any room. While they are more popular for spring and summer, they can add some sunshine in the colder months, too! Dayton suggests using blood orange.
Once upon a time Claudia Strasser's interior design empire began with her romantic New York East Village shop, The Paris Apartment, filled with vinta...