If you haven’t heard of organic modernism yet, then get ready – it’s about to become your favorite design trend. It all started in 1941, when the Museum of Modern Art in New York hosted a show titled Organic Design in Home Furnishings. The furniture featured in the exhibition brought together crisp, modern design and natural elements. Now, this trend is reemerging, covering entire rooms in clean lines, curved furniture and the healing power of nature.
I have found bringing decor and design into the kitchen a challenging but fun experience. Here are a few tips and tricks to keep in mind when decorating your kitchen.
The warming signs of spring are hard to ignore. The days are getting longer and crocuses are popping up. And you can’t miss the annual appearance of brightly colored flyers in your mail and stuck in the screen door.
If you’re feeling paralyzed by the scope of your to-do list, give your list the bracket treatment at the start of the month or after a big move.
From stain-repelling furniture to robot lawn mowers, these improvements will leave you feeling lucky every day!
From metal to colors and even shelving of various lengths, here are some tips for how to incorporate shelves into your existing decor.
Lighting has such a large impact on a space, it might be surprising to find out it can easily be overlooked when designing a room. It has the ability to impact our mood, and of course, enhance the design of a room.
With the change of seasons, it’s time to update your home task list and get ready for spring. Don’t overlook basic maintenance during your preparations. These tasks may be among the least glamorous, but they’re crucial to keeping your home in tip-top shape.
What’s hot? What’s current? What’s now? When it comes to interior design trends, the answer is some timeless trends as well as a number of new ones. Curious? We’ve compiled a list and style guide.
HomeAdvisor sent a team to the recent Consumer Electronics Show (CES) to check out the latest innovations. Here are five ways technology will impact the American home in 2019.
Investing in quality wood furniture can sometimes seem like a daunting task. I often find welcoming new pieces into my home feels a bit like dating and marriage. There’s the initial excitement of finding the perfect piece that ties a room together, the comfortable years where it seems to almost blend into the background, and finally the love and appreciation that only comes with time – along with a few dings and scratches.
We probably don’t need to say that shiplap is all the rage right now. After all, it’s everywhere. And it’s a budget-friendly trend that complements a variety of home designs. But what’s the catch? And can we count on this trend to stick around?
Our home is our sanctuary from the world, feeding our feeling of comfort and enriching our aesthetic sense. But is it good for our health?