Hey, we have brought you the first Christmas present – 7 fresh design trends that will rule in 2020! Check out what will definitely be “in” your interior
Get inspired and learn how to DIY and hack the IKEA BESTÅ range, elevating functional flatpack furniture to the next level.
Sharing a little home refresh of my console table using some fun and budget friendly Target finds. Like these pretty hydrangeas and this beautiful marble dish. I’ve had a more simplistic approach to my home decor with a lot of natural materials. That’s why I love these grass baskets. They’re great for holding books,...
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Discover the beauty of imperfection and transience with the Wabi Sabi style of home design. Learn how to embrace simplicity, authenticity, and the natural world to create a serene and tranquil living space. Our guide provides you with the inspiration and tips to incorporate Wabi Sabi into your own home, fostering a mindful and calming environment.
A top 15 countdown of all your favorite home design images, pinned straight from Style by Emily Henderson, from 2018...so far.
Discover how to transform your living room with the serene, minimalist aesthetics of modern Japanese style. Learn the essential elements, and get tips to create a harmonious balance of contrasts in your own home.
Incredibly easy and creative Japandi Ikea hacks and ideas to effortlessly incorporate Wabi-Sabi aesthetics into your furniture.
Stained glass is having a moment, and these spaces show how to do it right.
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Natalie Doef describes her style as bohemian, whimsical, modern, and fresh. "I tend to gravitate towards earthy features; I love incorporating natural materials like rattan, bamboo, clay, ceramic, and stone."