Designing a home, whether from the ground up or as a renovation project, can be an intimidating undertaking. Deciding on a design, keeping it within your budget, and bringing it to fruition each present unique challenges. And it can be hard to know which design resources are worth your time! We’ve done the legwork for you and compiled a list of valuable resources and how they best can be used. Keep reading for a list of our top five favorite home design resources!
Our home is a Victorian, built circa 1878. When you enter, you are greeted by a curved staircase and 10-foot ceilings adorned with beautiful original plaster moulding. After living in our 140-year-old home for the past year and a half, I decided that I wanted to add a little more interest to our foyer. Of course I turned to my favorite trim product, Royal PVC Lattice. PVC Lattice was the perfect foundational piece to get this project started.
Your home should encourage relaxation, not stress you out. It should be a place that you can’t wait to retreat to, instead of a place that you avoid. In fact, having an organized home is closely connected to a clear mind and a healthier lifestyle. Keep reading for some tips on getting organized in every area of your life in the new year!
Watch this DIY tutorial featuring three creative ideas for designing the perfect holiday tablescapes.
Homemade projects are a wonderful way to ring in the holiday season, and a great place to start is by making a cheerful DIY winter door mat. From festive phrases to seasonal scenes, you can deck out your porch with a custom-made welcome mat in as little as 20 minutes! Here’s how.
If you’re like me, and a lover of bright, bold colors, the autumn season can prove challenging. The deep burgundies, brown burlaps and rustic themes are just not what this color-loving girl wants. In my mission to make hot pink the 2018 fall color of the year, I’m excited to bring you some tablescape inspiration for your Thanksgiving celebration.
Pumpkins aren’t just for carving, they can also serve as festive floral decor. In just a few steps, you’ll have a pretty planter that fits right in with your multicolored gourds and fall landscaping.