Tag: Interior Design

Posted on 08/15/2022
Expert Tips for Open Floor Plan Decorating
Decorating a home with an open floor plan can be a challenge. However, designers have learned the best ways to decorate open floor plan homes in ways that both celebrate and downplay the sense of open space. Here are some best practices for decorating for an open floor plan. Repeat Colors & Patterns One of the key elements...
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Posted on 07/18/2022
Minimalism in Your Home: What Are the Benefits?
Minimalism is a concept that people use in many parts of life. In interior design, it’s characterized by intentional simplicity and organization. Everything has its own place and everything has a reason to be included—thus helping you avoid distraction, clutter and achieve better focus. If you’re curious about adopting minimalism into your own home, here are a few...
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Posted on 07/11/2022
Home Design: Ways to Use FF&E
Furniture, fixtures and equipment (FF&E) interior design projects might seem as though they only involve choosing new items based on their style, color and other aesthetic elements. However, FF&E projects go beyond aesthetics in scope. In fact, interior designers working on FF&E projects should do significant research on textiles, materials and other components to ensure safety standards. Items...
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Posted on 06/20/2022
Your guide to rustic home decor
If you want to redesign a space with a rugged yet comfortable aesthetic, consider adding rustic home decor. The term “rustic” can apply to many interior design styles, but all have the same basic elements in common. Here is a basic guide to the pinnacle of comfortable yet classic home decor: rustic design. What are the key features...
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Posted on 04/18/2022
3 Rustic Style DIY Projects to Try
Rustic interior design style emphasizes homemade and reclaimed items. For the DIY-inclined, the style is perfect for enabling creativity and encouraging construction of unique pieces. However, handmade does not necessarily mean difficult or complicated. Here we’ve put together some ideas for rustic style furnishings you can DIY: Pallet Headboard When it comes to rustic DIY projects, reclaimed wood...
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Posted on 02/21/2022
What Are the 3 Types of Lighting in Interior Design?
Lighting is an extremely important but often overlooked element of interior design. No matter the style or setting, lighting choices can make or break the entire look and feel of a room. However, achieving great lighting in your interior design isn’t as simple as flipping a switch. Here we’ll go over the three main types of lighting used...
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Posted on 02/14/2022
Choosing an Area Rug: 3 Things to Consider
An area rug can make a significant difference in the aesthetic and feel of a room. You can add style, affect the sense of space and tie together all of your furnishings in one step. But how do you choose the right rug for the room? Everybody's taste is different, but here are the main things to consider...
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Posted on 10/18/2021
Decorating Tips for Small Spaces
From cozy nooks inside your home to bedrooms that are quaint and quiet, small spaces may feel difficult to decorate — but they don't have to be. In fact, there are endless possibilities for adding decor to these tiny spots in your home. Here are a few tips to help you get started decorating those smaller areas: Use...
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Posted on 08/23/2021
Home Office Design Basics
Having a functional and comfortable workspace is essential for those who work from home. Even if you use your office for things other than work, a dedicated place to focus can be much more than purely utilitarian with the right design choices. Here are some ways to make your office a place where you can enjoy your work:...
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Posted on 10/04/2020
Tips for Choosing A Dining Table
Photo by: Annie Gray via Unsplash In many homes, the dining table is the ideal get-together spot to share a meal, hold gatherings and talk about important topics. However, it’s not only for eating, clinking glasses or having family discussions. It’s one of the focal points of your house and should be carefully considered. If you're interested in...
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