From colorful home accents to dine-in libraries, here's our weekly roundup of the shelter blogosphere. This week's favorite links: Design Spotlight: Bright Accents. Life In Sketch Amazing Dine-In Libraries.
Top decorators provide inspiration. Top decorators create inspiring rooms, from a dramatic dining room to the ultimate outdoor room fantasy. Use these room sketches for inspiration for your next project.
Tour a fantastical New York apartment. To conjure up an a whimsical, enchanted-forest look for a prewar Greenwich Village apartment, designer Fawn Galli chose a minty green color scheme, lightened the
Simplicity is key in this space. Simple blue-green cabinets and an old pine farm table recapture the spirit of a childhood kitchen. For kitchen design tips, read the interview with designer Young Huh.
A rural home with an Italian way of life. Deirdre Heekin and Caleb Barber designed a home based off what they treasure the most: the Italian countryside, entertaining friends, long lunches, and indoor
You don't have to feel claustrophobic ever again. The struggle of finding room for all your stuff is real. Whether you live in a studio apartment or want to get more out of a small room, these small space
Designer Laura Day says a variety of surfaces and layering is key to making any room more interesting. Get the tips on adding texture into your home design. 1. Decide on a Look If you want a cozy look
Tour a sexy, southern house. Creating a formal home with a flirtatious attitude, designers Paige Schnell and Doug Davis of Tracery Interiors punched up a neutral color palette with hot pink accents. Flip
Throw everything you thought you knew out the window. Some people have a natural eye for design, but we're more in the camp of those who can't do anything without consulting Pinterest board upon Pinterest