If you thought jeans were just for wearing, you are mistaken. Denim is becoming a hot fabric in home décor. We’re seeing denim sofa coverings, pillows, table runners, ottomans, rugs and bedding.
That spot over the stove is prime real estate in the kitchen these days. Lately that space is being reserved for a decorative hood, which is becoming the centerpiece of the kitchen.
Love it or hate it, faux fur furniture is having a big moment in home design, and you'll spot it creeping up in a lot more interiors lately.
Kelly Kurtz took the strategy of decluttering and cleaning this cottage but purposely muted her staging accessories to fit the style of the property. The home, which was built in 1925, was listed for $249,900.
This year in home decor, green is really having a moment. Far from being a short-lived trend, however, this verdant color is definitely here to stay.
Check out some of these photos from the remodeling site Houzz and see how designers added inviting fall curb appeal to their front stoop.
The faux industrial look is very popular at the moment, and concrete sinks, flooring, countertops, or even a concrete accent wall fits right into that style. Polished cement countertops or even concrete soaking tubs are on-trend.
The idea of going with two different shades on your kitchen cabinets may make some homeowners’ a little uneasy, but it’s nothing to fear nowadays and can actually make your kitchen look more open.
The paint company Behr has named a rich, bluish hue its 2019 Color of the Year. Blueprint is a mid-tone blue that is described as warmer than denim but softer than navy.
A lot of real estate agents are looking for a good, reliable home stager that can magically transform their listings into the price point their seller is hoping to achieve. The trouble and confusion sometimes comes when the real estate professional asks a few home stagers to “bid” or present a proposal on their vacant home.
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