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4 Incredible Ways To Make A Grand Entrance

Hunt Slonem Hutch Wallpaper entry

First impressions count so make a statement with your entryway! Bold or subdued it should be special and reflect the feeling of your home. No “shrinking violets” here! This spectacular veranda in fashion designer Liza Bruce’s home shows off her dramatic flair. The vibrant color along with a carved-wood table and bench mixed with white … Continue reading 4 Incredible Ways To Make A Grand Entrance

Perfect Pastels For Spring

Perfect Pastels Traditional Home Mary McGee Purple Dining Room Gracie Wallpaper

Seasonal spring pastels create the perfect palette to bring tranquility into your home decor. Use these lovely tones throughout your home.

4 Ways To Create Harmony In Your Home With Pastels

House Beautiful Purple Passion Mass Home Mary McGee Dining room

‘Tis the season for pastels. This year they are as trendy as Pantone’s 2016 colors: Serenity and Rose Quartz. If you’re looking for something that will last for many years to come that you’ll always enjoy, pastels are the perfect shades for you. Eclectic décor is timeless and creates a dynamic setting. Mary McGee designed … Continue reading 4 Ways To Create Harmony In Your Home With Pastels

4 Incredibly Clever Ways to Use Wallpaper

Stairway with wallpapered panels by designer Keith Baltimore

We’ve all seen wallpaper applied in its most classic uses: a statement powder room, a traditional dining room, a charming nursery. As wallcoverings rise in popularity, though, we’re seeing more designers thinking outside the box. We spoke to a few and got their exclusive tips! Wallpaper is often seen in more self-contained rooms, as it … Continue reading 4 Incredibly Clever Ways to Use Wallpaper

Go Bananas for the Year of the Monkey

Scalamandre Summer Palace Porcelain

Chinese New Year is upon us! We’ve rounded up some of our favorite Asian-inspired fabric and wallpaper, plus monkey-printed products to celebrate the Year of the Monkey! Born out of the monkey craze in the 18th century, Singerie was a style that featured our furry ancestors performing human tasks. Now we’re seeing these playful primates … Continue reading Go Bananas for the Year of the Monkey

3 Ways to Celebrate Chinese New Year with Chinoiserie

Chinoiserie dining room by Casey Timm at Studio C Interiors

Chinoiserie is always popular – it’s a timeless way to add an exotic aura to any space, and it can be mixed with an unlimited range of decorating styles. However, over the past year, it’s been stronger than ever. Case in point: Chinoiserie elements were featured in half of the spaces from last fall’s One … Continue reading 3 Ways to Celebrate Chinese New Year with Chinoiserie

Fella-Friendly Design Tips for Your Resident Sports Fan

Basketball-themed basement rec room designed by Garrison Hullinger - photo by Blackstone Edge

The phrase “man cave” doesn’t always evoke the most sophisticated picture, does it? The good news is: it’s possible to create a beautiful, well-decorated space that everyone in the family can enjoy, on Super Bowl Sunday and every other day of the year, too. We consulted a few expert interior designers to get their tips. … Continue reading Fella-Friendly Design Tips for Your Resident Sports Fan

Traditional Decor with a Vibrant Twist

Tristan gary foyer damask wallpaper

Traditional decor is incredibly popular for a reason: it’s timeless and classic, it works with a variety of architectural styles, and it’s appealing to all ages. This year, we’re trying out some new ways to use the traditional style, and one of our favorite methods is to implement a vibrant color palette. Cassie of Hi … Continue reading Traditional Decor with a Vibrant Twist