Autumn is here and it is time for some more DIY fall crafts from my fellow bloggers. For the second week in a row I am showcasing some wonderful projects you can incorporate into your home.
The Art Deco movement could be found not just in interior design but in fine art as well as, furniture, fashion, jewelry, textiles and architecture.
Always popular and forever timeless, Mid Century Modern has captured a lot of favoritism in the design aficionado category.
Coastal and nautical design are not the same thing. Learn what the difference is so you can decorate your house properly.
The rustic furniture, vintage décor and layers of comforting materials make Shabby Chic a timeless design style which is loved by many.
French Country is inspired by the rustic pastoral valleys of the French countryside and the clean down-to-earth feel of American farmhouse style.
Most people think of Ikea when Sccandinavian design is brought to mind. But there is more than meets the eye when it comes to Scandinavian interiors.
Contemporary is constantly evolving.Most people use Contemporary and Modern interchangeably in the same sentence.These two designs differ.
Thinking traditional style is not for you...rethink again. Many people don't understand the endless possibilities with this style.
This week I want to introduce you to what the difference between a trend and a classic is.
Know the difference between a trend versus fad before you decorate.
Most DIY decorators miss this step. What the heck is layered lighting? The most visually pleasing and effective way to light a room is to have three layers.
Big Reveal Day
Don't be in "decorating violation". Check out the interiors trends we hope are gone for good.
The top 5 interior trends for 2020