St Patrick’s Day is here! So let’s talk decorating with green! Top selling paint colors sold are generally very neutral paint colors. However, muted greens always find their way as some of the top paint colors sold. Colors like mint or moss green are neutral but still give a homeowner a shade other than brown or taupe. Light shades of kelly green and wasabi are popular green shades that are added to a home.
Here are some ideas to consider when using the color green in your home. Read More
On this Valentine’s Day, we look at showing our loved ones how much they mean to us. We share cards, gifts, dinners, flowers and so much to spread the joy of love. Loving our homes with heart inspired decor is an sweet way to show what we love about homes, but also what we love about our Read More
Accent chairs not only provide additional seating, but they’re also great at showing off your personality. They can introduce a new style reference, color or shape into the room. Accent chairs are great for when guests want to lounge around the house or for cozying up with a book on a rainy day. From classic to contemporary, there’s an accent chair style for every personality. Let’s take a look Read More
The many decorations that showcase Christmas often underscores the limited decorations that are dedicated to the Jewish celebration of rebirth, Hanukkah. Both Christmas and Hanukkah have a standout centerpiece. Celebrating Hanukkah with the the menorah and celebrating Christmas with the Christmas tree. The centerpiece of the menorah provides tradition and elegance to a decorations. Many of these menorah’s have been past down from generation to generation. Many of the Hanukkah decorations found in the marketplace are blue and silver. But any color will work to showcase a beautiful celebration. Read More
A wise man once said that we notice ugly features more so than the beautiful ones because if something is beautiful it looks right; it looks how it should be. It’s why when something is ugly, it’s clear that something’s wrong: her socks are mismatched, the portrait looks out of place, the decorum is gaudy. The sad reality is, we notice the things that are off-putting, more than we notice the ones that are pleasant. This is why truly remarkable furniture goes Read More