If you have the extra space, creating a home office is a great addition to a home. Whether you work from home full time, or just like to catch up on things over the weekend, designing the perfect workspace will help you be more productive a... Read more »
Decorating the Oval Office isn’t all that different from decorating your own home. While the shape of the room and nature of the business conducted there make it more complicated and high-profile than your own home office, the space s... Read more »
Some of the formality of past generations has lost its meaning in today’s households. Many of us have a formal dining room that we never (or nearly never) use. Perhaps you have plenty of room in your eat in kitchen or great room... Read more »
Decorating small spaces doesn't have to be a headache. Some overall rules to keep in mind include choosing lighter colors and simpler pieces. Paler hues, such as white, cream, and gray, refract light for an overall brighter look and make ro... Read more »
Many open concept homes are designed with a spacious landing area at the top of the stairs called a loft. Lofts by nature are open to the rest of the house and to varying degrees usually part of the flow of the hallway to other rooms.... Read more »
A classic design that’s been around for centuries, the wingback chair has made a comeback in modern homes. Initially designed in the late 1600s for use by the fireplace, its grand design includes upholstery or leather over a str... Read more »
When looking for the right desk for a home office or study, most people are just as concerned with comfort as they are with style. You've probably heard that sitting incorrectly over long periods of time can have negative effects on your ba... Read more »
Nothing warms up your space like an area rug. Getting the most out of your rug means keeping on top of routine cleaning and care. . . .
Mid-century modern refers to a design movement during the 1940s through 1960s that featured clean lines, open spaces, geometric shapes and soft organic curves all with an integration of new materials in building, furnishings and art. . . .
Just as dining tables are available in three different heights, the chairs to fit with them are as well. An ideal pairing for comfort is about a foot difference between the seat surface and the table top. . . .