Last week, The Glow: An Inspiring Guide to Stylish Motherhood hit shelves. Billed as "the parenting book for the new generation of hip moms" it fea...
Maybe you've suppressed grade school cafeteria memories, but there is one aspect of the lunch room that your grown-up self might covet: plastic shell chairs.
Even if a rug doesn't look dirty, moths could have laid eggs in the rug, and you don't want to bring that into your house.
Founders, Lisa Robison an Kim Turner have created a high spirited interior design-related way for many to contribute creatively to families who struggle with homelessness and poverty. What they have created is inspiring and worth a deeper view.
An accent color wall or an interior room repaint will liven up a home. With little money and just a day or a weekend, your house can have new a new look and a new life. Be adventurous!
Joey's parents wanted to come visit and see our first house so we had to quickly get the guest room guest-ready! Watch the video above to see the entire transformation including how we spruced up a thrift store dresser in a matter of hours.
These staircases are brought to the forefront, transcending their otherwise purely functional use to become true works of art.
Just because you're shopping on a budget doesn't mean you can't buy better materials. Even if you're shopping at IKEA, choose pieces that are made of solid wood as opposed to particle board (believe it or not, they do exist!).
Bargaining at flea markets is just part of the language and culture, and it's been going on for centuries. For those who are still uneasy, I offer these six easy tips:
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.
Toronto's top interior designers use soft colors, architectural lines and natural light to create balanced interiors that are clean and classic with an understated elegance -- much like the city itself.
There will always be a place for tasteful taxidermy in a rustic space -- a skull, a pair of antlers -- but ditch decoupage, glitter, or paper mache animal heads. They're fun and trendy now, but when have you ever seen a pink glittered deer in the wild?
From gold-foil notebooks to a heated cast-stone bench, update any living space with one of these fresh pieces.
The inset alcove or altar, as we're calling it, is just begging for a whimsical DIY project. The mantle is the first thing you see when you walk in our front door so it's the perfect place to establish the design for the overall house.
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.