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Cottage Chic

Cottage Chic

via Mark D. Sikes   When we think of cottage chic, the words “inviting,” “cozy,” “pattern-filled,” and “feminine” come to mind; but keeping this look fresh requires certain design elements that are important to the execution of this style. Be sure to balance...
Workspace In a Living Space

Workspace In a Living Space

via One Kings Lane If your living room is large enough, and you have no room in your house for an office, creating a small workspace in your hang-out room is a great solution. This space, either behind the sofa or in a small area of the room, is ideal to accommodate a...
Collaged Furniture

Collaged Furniture

via Nuevo Estilo   To collage a piece of furniture means to use two or more fabrics for the upholstery of a particular piece. There are several reasons to collage a piece of furniture — beginning with the fact that some people just really like the way that it...
Backsplash That POPS

Backsplash That POPS

via Lisa Mende Design It seems that these days the choices for a backsplash are endless. Backsplashes can always be neutral in nature (think: subtle subway tile), but they can also be a great place to showcase whimsy and personality. Some ways to accomplish this?...
Rustic Architecture Accents

Rustic Architecture Accents

When it comes to rustic architectural accents in a space, you can either conserve existing interior architecture, or add it. Preserving original architecture is a beautiful way to respect a space’s history, and finding salvaged pieces and implementing them into a...
The Bathroom Living Space

The Bathroom Living Space

via Elle Decor Creating a living space in a bathroom means effectively taking things up a notch. Adding plush and luxe elements to a space, such as indulgent textiles and cozy seating arrangements, can take your bathroom to a new dimension. Keep the overall color...