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Staff Favorites: Jenna's Interior Design Style

by | Thursday, June 20, 2019

Jenna - Graphic Designer "I would describe my interior design style as a happy balance between lively and mellow. I usually opt for items that bring color, texture and warmth to the space. For me, this means interesting patterns and jewel tones which create an excellent environment for inspiration. Though I will always finish off with lounge-able pillows, rugs, and alternative light to relax the atmosphere. In the end, my goal is to be surrounded by things that bring me joy and good rest." ...


Staff Favorites: Sarah Jane's Interior Design Style

by | Saturday, May 18, 2019

Sarah Jane - Digital Content Designer "I would describe my interior decor style as eccentric contemporary chaos because none of the furniture or accessories I gravitate towards seem to go with one another. As an artist, my home decor preferences create a living environment that’s ultimately as unique and charismatic as I am. Ideally, my future home would be completely filled with art pieces that are not only decorative but also functional. I feel so much appreciation for the talented artists...


How to Amplify Natural Light in Your Home

by | Saturday, May 11, 2019

Holly Welles is a home improvement writer and the editor behind her own blog, The Estate Update. She believes that anyone can create a beautiful space, no matter their living situation. Subscribe for weekly tips! And follow her on twitter @HollyAWelles If you're living in a shady home, you're missing out on all the benefits of the sun's rays. Not only does natural light provide necessary nutrients for your health, including vitamin D, it can also elevate the aesthetic of any space no matter...


Staff Favorites: Anna's Interior Design Style

by | Wednesday, April 3, 2019

Anna - Office Administrator "I call my personal decor style Farmhouse Chic with Industrial Influences. I prefer classic-looking pieces with a reclaimed wood aesthetic, painted wood pieces with an antique or vintage vibe, and metal accents. I like to invest in quality pieces that will last for decades and won’t ever feel dated. I prefer to stick to a neutral color palette and add color with curtains and vibrant pieces of art." ...


Our Top Ideas for Interior Decorating with Beads

by | Sunday, March 17, 2019

Texture is trending and beads are back! Reminiscent of artisan and hand-made trends, beads are a clever way to add detail and texture to your living space. Many of the brands we adore are embracing the bead trend as well. From Aidan Gray to Currey & Company to Regina Andrew, there are plenty of elements to choose from to update your space with the latest trend. One of the many benefits of beaded pieces is their unexpected flair of sophisticated funk. A shabby-chic detail like beads sets your...


2019 Trend Alert! Point of Interest

by | Saturday, February 23, 2019

For Spring 2019, this decor trend is all about perspective. Point of interest means directing the eyes to a central burst of radiance and pieces that help bring drama and radiance to a space. Powerful at best, this trend combines contemporary Baroque inspiration with art deco motifs. From Regina Andrew to Wildwood and Arteriors, plenty of our beloved brands are embracing the Point of Interest trend this spring. From lighting to decor pieces and sculptures, you can spot this sunburst concept in...


Pantone 2019 Color of the Year - Living Coral

by | Monday, January 28, 2019

Meet Living Coral, the Pantone Color of the Year for 2019! What is "color of the year" you might ask? Each year, Pantone forecasts a color they believe encompasses the trends and influences for the coming year. For the past twenty years, Pantone color experts have researched the entertainment industry, art collections, fashion trends, and even socio-economic conditions to determine which color with earn the coveted title for that year. This chosen color will go on to affect product development...


PLD 2018 Recap: Our Favorites & Yours

by | Monday, January 21, 2019

Happy 2019 everybody! Or as some have been saying, the year of positivity and re-energizing. In lue of those sentiments, our team sat down this year to think back to some of our favorite elements (and your favorite elements!) of the past 12 months. Here is what we discovered! Our Favorite Trend from 2018: Maximalism The brilliant expression of Maximalism took its place in the spotlight throwing a whirlwind of colors, patterns and a mismatch of era specific pieces across our households. In a...