As seen this week on Apartment Therapy, Anne Tollett's very own living room for Christmas! Just a hint of holiday in this room.... Learn where to buy it all and how to re-create this look in your own house - no matter what your floorplan!
Audrey Margarite, VP of Design and Product Development for Bunny Williams Home, gives the scoop on her apartment in NY, decked with Bunny's collection. She reveals all of the insider design tips learned by Bunny's side - as well as some of her own nuggets of gold! And we show you where to buy it all. So chic!
Floral photographer extraordinaire, Ashley Woodson Bailey, gives the inside scoop on her stunningly bold living room, featuring wallpaper from her very own collection! Don't miss her video interview.
Paige Minear of The Pink Clutch shows how to design with color and money saving vintage finds! Chic design on a dime plus bold patterns - yes please! We show you how to re-create the look and where to buy it all!
We get a fun-filled glimpse into the mind and apartment of creative director and founder of Mintwood Home, Heloise McKee. She shows you how she did it all and we show you where to buy it all! When you watch her on film you will be her fan for life!
We are thrilled to be featuring the brilliant boys behind Parker Kennedy Living, dynamic duo Lance Jackson and David Ecton! These talented men use color in their design better than most!
She calls it 'Dixie Chic,' and we couldn't agree more. This room serves as the main hub for a family of five and always looks fresh. Find out how the owner of Interior Canvas Home did it and where to buy it all!
We are thrilled to have designer, style master, editor, and author, Eddie Ross, give you all an insider's peek at his flawless Manhattan apartment! Learn all of the money saving tips, styling gold, and coveted design secret that went into making this room so beautiful. Find out where to buy it all and how to re-create the look! Ooooh, we dooooo love Eddie!
Designer Dana Gibson comes from a family of artists! An amazing designer with her very own line of textiles, enjoy this peek into her living room. We show you how she makes her magic and where to buy it allllll! So fun!
It's our 2nd commissioned room for this sweet family in Dallas, TX! We love how this space is modern yet anything but stark, just wait until you see the Before & After pictures! And as always, we show you how to re-create the look and where to buy it all!
A sunroom can be the most beautiful room in the house, so why is it only used for entertaining in the summer? We strayed away from a beachy, seasonal aesthetic and created a space that can be enjoyed for all seasons. Take a look!
Square footage is hard to come by in New York! When you have an apartment with intimate space, it's difficult to make it feel bigger than it is. So how did we help? We created three rooms in one for this Southern Belle turned NYC executive! Read to see how we infused touches of Southern style into this apartment to make her feel at home, while also creating the illusion of more space. The Before & Afters will hopefully inspire you to use your square footage to the max!
This blue and white living room is perfect for families with children! Fresh, chic, and practically bulletproof, this room has stood the test of time. See behind the scenes videos, buying guides, and DIY Steps so you can recreate this look no matter your layout! We adore this space!
We adore designer Janie Molster! Take a look at how she transformed one huge area into two rooms. In this post, we'll cover the first space: the living room!
We created two version of the same space, one version as Splurge and the next as Save! Learn how we designed a modern living room for a precious Dallas family as our first commissioned room at Hanover Avenue! We show you all of the coveted designer tips and where to buy it all! And you won't believe the art installations that anyone can do. This was fun!
Get ready for a whole lotta amazing! Interior Design powerhouse and founder of Box of Chic, Jennifer Schmidt, designed an open floor plan living room to round out the kitchen and dining room from this month on Hanover Avenue! She reveals all of her hidden secrets, and we show you how to easily recreate the look from paint to fabric in your own happy nest. This living room is perfect for families!
After weeks of anticipation, we are thrilled to unveil this library stocked with Sarah Dickinson of Sarah's Books Shelves all-time favorite books! We admit, we are suckers for a yummy home library, so we wanted to see how a REAL READER - a true book junkie - would stock the shelves. Hold onto your hats, this room is going to Blow. Your. Mind!
Combining neutral tones with floral accents, this living room creates a formal atmosphere that still has a lot of edge - best of all it is durable. Just take a look a these amazing before and afters!
Believe it or not, this room was designed specifically for families with a child on the spectrum or with sensory processing disorders! We love beautiful design that works for everyone in the family! Here's how we did it.
Have you ever fallen in love with a room from the glossy pages of a magazine or glowing screen but thought, "that looks nothing like my house"? The ceilings are high, the architecture impressive, nothing like your four walls? Recreating the vibe of the published room in your own house can often seem like an impossibility . . . . But, it's not! And we wanted to show you how to overcome that very issue in this article. Check out these before and afters! We completely spazzzz for them!
Instead of soccer we are now watching Game of Thrones, Daddio. Boop! Same furniture, same layout. . . but a completely different look! In the original Enormous TV, we designed a crazy fun room full of bold colors, textures, and patterns to offset a gigantor TV. But because that look might not suit everyone’s taste, we wanted to show how you can you use the very same furniture and pull off a room that’s just as exciting but in a neutral palette. Take a look at these amazing before and afters. BaBoom! The Enormous TV Toned Down!
Check out this week's Room Makeover! We are excited about this transformation for so many reasons, but mostly because the reader who submitted the before pictures has become one of our favorite people on earth! From Seattle, she lives in a gracious house in a stunning neighborhood whose living room kept her stumped. Like so many of our readers, who in the world has time to focus on interior design when you are a mother, wife, and are watching your career soar at the same time? It was our privilege to help such a wonderful person! Check out every detail behind this fabulous space.
For this week's Big Reveal, we wanted to tackle a challenge not many families face: designing a room for a child with a spectrum disorder. We’ve always believed there’s a way to accommodate any family’s concerns when it comes to interior design. Whether it’s making low ceilings seem higher or creating stylish yet accessible rooms for an elderly family member, you can still have a fabulous house while meeting careful considerations! Spectrum Disorders and Sensory Processing Disorders often present a design quandary for families, but by keeping your little one's needs at top of mind, designing for autism can reap a room everyone can enjoy. Here’s a look at what we did!
You say poTAYto and they say paTAHto! Have you ever come to realize that while you love your significant other, you’re just not in love with their sense of style? Getting couples to agree on the look of a space is one of the most common problems in interior design. While having two drastically different tastes may seem like a clash of the titans, we’ve found that the best (and most memorable) rooms often come from a collision of styles. There is beauty in chaos! In this room, we combined two polarizing tastes: traditional vs. modern. Giving a fresh twist to classic silhouettes and patterns, we created an interesting hybrid that allows both styles to play off each other with a timeless vibe. See how we made it work in this room!
"Babe, this is gonna make game day AMAZING!” Raise your hand if you're married to this guy? We can’t count the number of times we've had to 'design around' an enormous TV. And let’s face it, a humongo TV makes some people happy on Monday nights when the game is on, and makes everyone else happy on Sunday nights when Game of Thrones is on, so win-win! Since people love the big black box, we see designing around a TV as a fun design challenge instead of a decorating nightmare. Here’s how we made it work in this space!
For today's room makeover, we’ve transformed a dog-loving family’s new living room into a gracious space for entertaining. In a large house that already has a family room and a playroom just for the kids, we thought it was about time the adults had their own elegant space to host friends – and after all, this loving couple deserves a pretty place to relax while the boys are occupied in the playroom. The wonderful family that lives here has a classic style rooted in Virginia tradition, so we stayed true to that while adding subtle, modern nods to keep the room feeling fresh and to reflect the wife’s bubbly and fun personality. Take a look at how we made it work!
It's like Alice drank the potion! What was once a teeny room is now much bigger. Many of you may remember seeing this space as the "Tiny Room" a few weeks ago, and as promised, we wanted to show you how all of the same pieces could work in a bigger room. *magic!*
Welp, we’re not in the basement anymore! Many of you may remember elements of this space as “The Unfinished Basement”, and as promised, we wanted to reveal how to use these same pieces in a sophisticated Brooklyn-style urban loft or pied-à-terre. While you don’t have to worry about flooding or cracks in this space, these “bulletproof” indoor/outdoor pieces still make for a worthy investment for the first-time homeowner or anyone who wants a stylish apartment. Super versatile and chic, they’ll always work anywhere, whether used together or arranged separately. Now, on to the loft!
Ever been dwarfed by an armchair when you sit in it? Your knees don’t reach the edge of the cushions so your legs stick out like a toddler on a dining chair…. Or have you tried to buy a sofa for your regular sized room only to realize the arms of the sofa alone are 12” wide? That is only great when Shaquille O’Neal, Andre the Giant, or God come over. I will never understand the monolithic furniture trend.