Often considered an after-thought in the design process, window treatments are instead an essential building-block to any design. Just like any other design element in your home, you should first ask yourself what you would like the window treatment to accomplish.
Brighter colors, natural-looking materials, and flexible décor. These are just several of the design trends that we are anticipating in the new year
Due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, the holiday season will be different for many of us this year. However, that doesn’t mean that the holidays can’t feel special. In fact, connecting with family and friends—either by virtual meetups, chatting on the phone, or sending a heartfelt note—may be the bright spot that we all need right now. Here are some ideas on how to make the holidays at home feel special this year.
One of the great things about living in the DC metro area is that our mild weather allows for outdoor entertaining most of the year. This is especially valuable this year, as the coronavirus pandemic has forced many of us outdoors to entertain friends and family.
Paint isn’t the only way to add a personal touch to your living spaces. Today, decorating with wallpaper is a versatile way to play with color, pattern, and texture. With traditional wallpaper, there are endless options. Here are some ways you can incorporate wallpaper into your home design.
Today, many designers and homeowners are looking for a way to promotes well-being, health, and emotional comfort. Biophilic design is based on a set of principles that aim to improve our connection with nature as a way to reduce stress. Here is a look at how to loosely apply these principles both inside and outside of the home.
There is no doubt that we are currently facing a public health crisis due to the Covid-19 pandemic to rival the outbreaks of the previous centuries. The question is; what adaptations in architecture could we possible see due to the Covid-19 pandemic?
There are so many elements that go into designing the perfect room. From furniture selection to positioning of wall art, there are many small decisions that go into creating a cohesive space. Even the slightest “mistake” can throw off the entire room. In this article, we discuss several common issues and easy ways to fix them.
It’s safe to say 2020 is not what any of us expected it to be — and it has certainly influenced what home buyers are seeking in this unusual moment. Features that were once highly sought after, such as an open plan, may now have a negative impact on the value of a property. If you are looking to update or renovate your home in preparation to sell here are some of the exciting new design trends sought after by buyers in 2020.
Today homeowners are looking for more living space in their homes. For some, their basement continues to merely be a storage space for holiday décor, unused furniture, and memorabilia. However, don’t let that coveted square footage go to waste. By renovating your basement, you can increase the value of your home as well as add additional living space.