Style meets function in this open-concept combination mudroom and laundry room by Amy Studebaker Design. For a busy family requiring the flexibility to maintain the outdoor debris of children and dogs, as well as daily laundry, the streamlined efficiency of the multipurpose room was just the…
Brutalism is a fortress-like architectural style characterized by an unapologetic use of utilitarian concrete and steel. Emerging in the mid-20th century, the style rose in popularity before reaching its peak in the mid-1970s, after which it was derided as a model of bad taste. Even so, home…
Planning a summer garden party? If so, be sure to disinvite the most unpleasant gate-crashers: ticks, mosquitos and chiggers.
Question: What’s black and white and fun all over? Answer: These memorable black-and-white fabric prints with a modern, minimalist vibe!
Rest and relaxation are the most important aspects of self-care. Therefore, the bedroom should be a sanctuary – a place where you feel blissfully content. Dottie Eaton of Design Style understands the need for a restorative recharge, and why not be chic while doing so?
Home décor designers take their cue from tessellations found in nature and render the most pleasing results in the process.
Kitchens should inspire. Whether that inspiration shines through culinary pursuits or forging familial connections, the kitchen is one of the most important spaces in a home. Joyce Mathis, ASID, of MJM Design Company understands this – and how even just one design element can demonstrate the versatility of the kitchen.
We all know there’s nothing better than Vitamin “Sea” – and so, with visions of easy, breezy seaside living in mind, we offer a few coral-inspired items for your consideration.
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