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The Good and The Bad, Home Decor From the 80's

by | Tuesday, October 15, 2019

We’re officially going back to the future with all-things 80's decor. A decade that truly stands on its own, the 80's set the tone with plenty of glass, brass, and pastels to go around. While there are plenty of things we’re happy to leave in the 80's, (mainly the over-the-top window treatments), we’re also taking some cues from the decked out decade to bring into our homes today. Here’s a list of a few good (and bad) trends from the 1980's. Can you guess which one is which?  Prints,...


Trending Now: Rattan & Wicker

by | Saturday, July 20, 2019

The summer season means the weather is heating up and it’s time to get outside and into outdoor entertaining! From barbecues to parties for friends and family, the season calls for us to embrace our patio spaces and al fresco dining. When it comes to creating an outdoor space, rattan and wicker are your new best friends. The durability combined with stunning texture allows you to create an outdoor oasis without sacrificing functionality or style. Regardless of your home’s style, there’s a way...


Outdoor Oasis: How to Style your Patio Space

by | Saturday, July 13, 2019

With summer in full swing, it can only mean one thing: it’s officially patio season! Summer nights and barbecues are taking over our agendas and we’re fully embracing the season by moving all of our entertaining from inside our homes to the great outdoors. Whether your patio is your favorite oasis or you’re looking to create your dream screened-in porch, there are plenty of weather-proof pieces to implement into your space that will last all season long. Shown Here: Magnolia Home Rugs by...


Let's Get Away! Vacation Homes

by | Saturday, July 6, 2019

Did someone say a vacation? There truly is nothing like a summer home to provide the dream escape from reality and ultimate decor inspiration. Whether you own a vacation home or not, there’s no harm in dreaming up your ideal decor by grabbing inspiration from some of the best in the business. From a dream home in the Hamptons to a city escape downtown, create your ideal space by stealing tips and tricks from these coveted favorites. Source: CountryLiving |...


Trending Now: Organic Materials Meet Jewel Tones

by | Saturday, June 22, 2019

We love embracing an unexpected combination for the ultimate effect, and this trend alert does just that! Jewel tone colors evoke a regal feel and all-things indulgence, but when you combine these heavy color tones with the light and airy feel of natural materials, the result is a room that truly stands apart. So choose a few colors from this jewel-toned palette that speak to you and pair them with natural elements for the ultimate duo. Shown Here Jaipur Rugs Jewel tones have always charmed...


Custom Furniture Your Way: Phillips Scott

by | Saturday, June 15, 2019

When it comes to your home furnishings, pieces that tell a story will always stand out among the rest. Antique furniture is a go-to way to achieve this custom look in your home. Though wonderful when you find one that works, antique pieces can be frustrating when trying to find a specific piece that fits exactly where you want it to with the exact desired look. The solution to this problem? Phillips Scott’s collection of furniture that is specially crafted to look like “tomorrow’s antiques.”...


Behind the Decor Duo: Regina Andrew

by | Saturday, February 16, 2019

Founded on the belief that everything should electrify the room, Regina Andrew seeks to create designs that are unforgettable in both vision and execution. Carla Regina Zajac and James Andrew Slaven started Regina Andrew from their combined middle names. Their brand focuses on the balance of yin and yang, or “grit and grace” as they describe it. Created in the “Paris of the Midwest”, Regina Andrew was founded in Detroit (hence the name RAD for Regina Andrew Detroit) with a focus on intense...


Staff Favorites: Morgen's Interior Design Style

by | Saturday, November 17, 2018

Morgen - Creative Director "I consider my decor style more industrial with a hint of artisan flair. I lean more towards timeless furniture and lighting pieces while focusing on geometric forms, neutral color palettes, dark woods, iron accents and metallic pops of gold or bronze. I keep the use of color to interchangeable pieces such as throws, pillows and artwork. That way I can keep curating my space to match my ever-changing style without the need to frequently invest in or update large...


Staff Favorites: Matthew's Interior Design Style

by | Saturday, October 13, 2018

Matthew - Graphic Designer "I would describe my style as a celestial colorful creation. I have a flair for geometric decor and sequential chromatic exploration. Instead of expressing myself through larger furniture pieces, I tend to customize my space through unique smaller decor. I currently enjoy anything that has stars on it and I'm just now exploring the floral print trend. My walls are covered in small triptychs of art with a similar theme crafted from the same artist. While black is...


Staff Favorites: Anna Laura's Interior Design Style

by | Saturday, September 15, 2018

Anna Laura - Marketing Co-ordinator "I would describe my style as colorful eclectic. I tend to be drawn to geometric patterns and bright, happy accent colors. I like to keep larger pieces a solid or coordinating color, and then add whimsical accents and artwork that brings me joy. I love fresh flowers and anything with a floral print or motif. I'm currently loving bumblebee and honeycomb inspired design. Hot pink and navy are two of my favorite colors, and I like to mix metallic accents to...