Tag Archive: Interior Design
Contemporary Designs of Lucienne and Robin Day
As an emerging design enthusiast, the desire to sop up as much history and inspiration, as well as the background behind the world's design and architectural styles, is like that of a sponge to an ocean. I certainly
Hotel Tour: DIY From this Hacienda's Wall Decor to Yours
Last week, I was fortunate to be invited to an art tour of El Segundo's Hacienda Hotel, a quirky-cool stay just south of LAX and a stone's throw east of one of LA's best beaches. The GM
Lucite Is Clearly Delicious Decor
Lu·cite: is a transparent thermoplastic, often used as a lightweight or shatter-resistant alternative to glass. When it comes to this type of furniture, I'm a sort of late adopter. At first, it seemed too 22nd century and too
Video: What's Behind Door #2 in this NYC "Compartment Apartment"?
The makers of the Swiss Army knife probably had no idea they'd one day inspire the design of a New York City apartment. With foldaway bed and table, seamless storage compartments from floor to ceiling, and a hidden office space,
Take A Page From Mother Nature Designs
A white, blank piece of paper is to a writer, as is a plain, empty, uninspired room is to a designer/DIYer; they're both quite daunting. No worries! Sometimes, the best way to "get out of our heads", is to
Blogs We Dig: Pure Green
Pure Green's effortless design approach, unpretentious styling, and reverence to green living is so wonderfully displayed through beautiful photography and sumptuously to-the-point editorial. If you're seeking inspiration that involves returning to more simpler times,
Room of the Day: Eclectic Coral Mod
If you're as much of a "design-digger" as I am, you may agree that this season's "new black" is coral. It combines modern, retro, and a fresh feel that awakens and inspires the senses, and is also why we have featured this color for today's "room of the day".
Simple Solutions For Awkward Attic Rooms
Because I'm 5' 1", attics have never really felt awkward. Still, there are many of you who contend with those low, slanted ceilings, unused corner or roof-gap space, and/or the inability to know what to do with this often cramped, hot, dark, limited head space in your homes.
Soothing Moods For Living & Family Rooms
Today, we continue our home staging "walk through" into the living and family rooms, to see how we can easily create a soothing mood that will surely entice buyers to kick up their feet and stay a while.