By Hannah Martin forArchitectural Digest. ...
When remodeling, people often spend time trying to save money on materials so they can add unique features that make their home feel special. And why not? Building is a big deal, and you should reward yourself.
The first step in any design (including online interior design) process is to define the style you want to achieve. Create a Pinterest or Houzz board of rooms or looks you love, and make quick notes about what you like.
When our Décor Aid designer team was tasked with creating an office space in a Hamptons vacation retreat, they wanted to make sure it still felt like a get-away from the stresses of daily life, while also incorporating all those essential office necessities.
Interior designers use furnishings and accessories to construct the look and feel of the internal spaces of your home, but they only work well when they coordinate their design with the architect's exterior scheme.
A nook can be the perfect place for a work space.
Custom furnishings are perfect (obviously) but pricey and unless you're a buzz saw pro, they don't exactly fit into the DIY category. Fortunately, Homepolish designers are clever, innovative and really good at using power tools.
By Colleen Egan for Architectural Digest. ...
Lighting is an important piece of the interior design puzzle. Lighting design plays a very big role in how you experience a space.
By Melissa Maria for Architectural Digest. ...
The owners of this New York City pied a terre requested that their two-bedroom apartment be a true respite from the hustle and bustle of Midtown. They wanted their home to be a place where they could recharge after the long work day.
With fashion, color trends are at long last shifting from the bright and bold and soft pastel to a muted mix that lands a bit in between: mustard yellow, toned down orange, and navy blue, along with what's already arrived in full force, olive green.
Interior designer Daun Curry takes her cues from her clients and the places in which they choose to live.
Nearly two-thirds of boomers plan to stay in their homes after their baby chick flies off to Wilderness University. Whether you're feeling bummed or jumping up for joy, take comfort in knowing that you have an extra room in your home to do WHATEVER YOU WANT!
By Leslie Anne Wiggins for Architectural Digest. ...
Getting into art is often intimating, but it shouldn't be. Here are a few great places to shop for the good stuff in a way that's easy and fun, not snobby and confusing.