The open kitchen can do a lot to make a narrow space feel wider. Here’s some tips and furniture suggestions to make it even more spacious.
For the “no shoes” households: give your foyer a lush look with potted trees and antique wooden chairs.
Sometimes you want a living room that can double as a guest room. The daybed is a great couch solution that’s easy to convert.
Give an accent wall some more personality by painting a thrift store find the same color. Cool jewelry can double as decoration.
When it comes to the outdoors, it’s wise to invest in furniture that can stand up to the elements. Here are some recommendations.
A lucite desk can illuminate and open up your workspace at a low cost. Balance the look with a more intricate chair.
Overlooking High Park, this gem of a one-bedroom is the perfect example of making “eclectic” actually work.
If your home office is no bigger than a walk-in closet, here are some DIY tips that can create more space for your productivity.
Chris and I love this store. They had a beautiful antique bureau desk. Simply unfold the desk to turn any living room into a study.
A cabinet can be decorative in more ways than one. Storing plants in extra drawers is an innovative way to breathe life into any space.
In Japan, it’s common to sit on the floor with a only a cushion for comfort. So, is the zabuton furniture or accessory?
Winter is when we prep for the summer heat, or at least dream of it. Here’s a perfect solution for keeping your couch cool.