Архив автора: Jessica Isaac

No Front Porch? Ideas to Decorate Your Entryway for Fall Instead

Whether you have an ample porch or an apartment with a tiny «entryway» (aka whatever space is immediately inside your front door), there’s always a way to make an impactful first impression on your guests. If you’re ready to impart autumnal, pumpkin-spice-dusted glory on anyone who steps over your threshold (even yourself!), we’ve got nine easy entryway decor ideas to get your foyer fall-ready. (далее…)

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One Room, Many Windows? Pro Tips for Choosing Window Treatments

While having «too many» windows may sound like a good problem to have (hello, vitamin D), treating multiple windows in one space is often a task best left to the professionals. With so many variables involved, it’s hard to know what treatments will look good together until the installation is complete (aka once it’s too late). Luckily, Los Angeles-based interior designer Taylor Jacobson shared with us some insightful rays of wisdom on how to do it right the first time, so you can treat your windows with confidence. (далее…)

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Decor Double Take: A High & Low Cost Version of a Super Trendy Mirror

Some trends come and go, while others come, stay, and leaving us saying, «wait, why wasn’t this always a thing?». With a simplicity and softness that feels timeless in its appeal, we think trendy round mirrors are here to stay. If you’ve been on the fence about «rounding out» your mirror collection, here are two nearly identical round brass-framed mirrors in two not-so-identical price points ($50 vs. $250) that make these lovely looking glasses accessible to all. (далее…)

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A Monochrome & Minimalist Masterpiece in Culver City — House Tour

Name: Julie and Matt Stephenson
Location: Culver City, California
Size: 2900 square feet
Years Lived In: 6 months, owned

It’s no secret that sticking to a minimal color palette can help create a sense of order and cohesiveness in design. Inspired by the stark and minimal styles found in Brutalist architecture and Icelandic design, homeowners Matt and Julie fully committed to a strict black-and-white color scheme and it definitely paid off. They welcomed their first child, Van, in June of this year and their cool and collected home has a calming energy that seems ideal for adapting to family life. (далее…)

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The Cheaper-Than-Paint Solution One Renter Used to Cover Dinged Up Walls

Ironically, New Yorkers Will Strawser and Kate Brown live in Hell’s Kitchen, but the kitchen in their modern eclectic 400-square-foot studio is a godsend to renters everywhere. If a coat of paint isn’t enough to counteract the honey-oak and dingy walls that loom over your kitchen, read on to see how this couple achieved a clever (and temporary) solution to beautify their rental kitchen. (далее…)

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6 Signs That It Might be Time to Redecorate

There’s no place like home, which is why changing up your home’s decor isn’t just about keeping up with the latest trends—it’s about experiencing the therapeutic benefits that come with breathing new life into a space that houses some very important inhabitants. Whether your bold-patterned rug has lost it’s luster, or one-stop-shop furniture is sucking your soul, identifying your own decor don’ts is never as easy as pointing out others’. If you’re not sure you’re ready to move on, here are six signs it might be time for you to follow the chevron-brick road to find your home a new look. (далее…)

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