This house may have rustic features but it's far from an average hunting lodge. With stunning woodwork throughout, you'll know you're on vacation in this luxury cabin. The attention to detail is evident everywhere. From the canoe hanging from the ceiling to the stone fireplace and the gorgeous locally crafted wood furniture, a stay here is one your family won't soon forget.
If you’re spending as much time as possible at home right now, you may suddenly feel inspired to redecorate. After all, there’s nothing like spending 15 hours in your living room to make you rethink that rug or give a cluttered corner some serious side-eye.
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Bookshelves do double duty as storage space for books and display space for accessories. These tips and styling ideas will help you decorate your bookshelves so they are both fully functional and pleasing to the eye.
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For design fans who swoon over good organization, Netflix's "Getting Organized with the Home Edit" is for you. It follows professional organizers Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin, both young moms now living with their families in Nashville, Tennessee, as they work with both celebrities and everyday folks to organize problem areas.
When dressing up a room, don’t look to the furniture or the walls — look to the floor! Sometimes a rug is all you need. A rug can be the defining feature of a room or it can blend in and serve a function. No matter your reason for wanting a rug, there are a lot of questions to consider before buying an area rug. Read our all-encompassing guide below to make sure you’re buying the best rug for your space.
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Walking into a bathroom that’s serene, beautiful, well-organized and just the way you like it is a great way to start the day — so it’s no wonder that many of us have redecorating the bathroom on our list of to-dos. So what’s stopping us? Budget, for the most part. Bathroom renovations can be expensive. Make the redesign work hard for your money with these budget-friendly tips.
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If your interior design style includes an abundance of clean lines or a cool palette with lots of white, black and gray, you might end up with a room that feels a little on the chilly side. Don’t worry, you don’t need to crank up the thermostat!
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If you’re saving for your first home, there’s no shortage of advice out there — some of it questionable, even if you do have an avocado toast habit. Still, it’s…
SAVE ON FURNITURE AND DECOR. Brand-new, solid wood furniture is expensive, but antiques are well-constructed and can be had for a fraction of the price. Between antique stores, estate sales and Craigslist, we spent less to score high-quality pieces.DO THE SMALL STUFF YOURSELF. When in doubt, watch a tutorial on YouTube or ask for guidance at a hardware store. I've hung art, shelving and curtain rods, and our current project is painting our guest room, which doubles as my office. We hire a handyman only for more complicated work.PLAN FOR THE BIG STUFF. "Beyond the first year, that's when you see people taking on bigger projects," Wolf says. "They've had a chance to live in their house and use the space." Begin to budget for renovations, especially if you need to hire a general contractor. Wolf recommends getting on the contractor's schedule during their low season and buying some items when they happen to be on sale, even if the installation has to wait.
As a renter, you may have put up with lumpy sofas or rickety chairs, thinking eventually you'd have "real" furniture in your own home like the kind you see at a carefully staged open house. But you're purchasing a structure; the furnishings typically don't come with it.
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