We’re wrapping up another wonderful year at LiveAbode! In 2019, we built up our community on Instagram to over 2,600 (thank you for following!), worked with some amazing contributors such as Kate Builds and Made by Carli, and continued to provide expert insight on the latest trends in home design.
Earlier in October, we hosted an exclusive “Deck the Fall” event and private tour of the Southern Living 2019 Idea House in Amelia Island, Florida. We welcomed a VIP group that included BlueLinx, Riverside Homes, Lansing Building Products, and Crane Island Development, as well as lifestyle and design influencers from A White Farmhouse, Our Blissful Cottage, Young Love Mommy and This Messy Season.
We were honored to participate in the Southern Living 2019 Idea House through our exclusive Zuri® Premium Decking by Royal® sponsorship. Over the next few weeks, we will be sharing design insights and behind-the-scenes photos from the home.
Are you looking for some end of summer reads to get you motivated for a fall remodel? Or maybe just something to keep on your coffee table for when inspiration strikes?
Look no further.
In honor of National Book Lovers Day, we have rounded up a list of books from design experts, thought leaders and industry influencers to inspire your next home design project.
When it comes to playing and experimenting with color, why should interior designers have all the fun? We love to explore all the ways compelling color combinations can highlight the unique elements of your home—from siding and trim to windows and doors.
Earlier this year, we named Slatescape, a midtone blue-gray as our color trend of the year — and this hot new neutral has applications that go far beyond siding.
If you have fallen in love with this versatile shade as much as we have, but aren’t ready to replace your siding just yet, here are some other ways to incorporate it into your outdoor space.
Our glittering new palette is our most fearlessly extroverted collection of colors by leaps and bounds. As hopeful as a waterfall and as cheerful as a rainbow, it compels contractors, exterior designers and homeowners to take curb appeal to a more playful level. We call it Unicorn, and it’s absolutely magical.