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Festive Holiday Staircases and Entryways

Decoration inspiration for making a great first impression

28 really useful hallway decor ideas from interiors experts

They say you don't get a second chance to make a first impression...

The Potting Shed: A Green Oasis in Alexandria

This restaurant in Alexandria, Australia, is a green oasis. Plants adorn every wall and nook while beautiful reclaimed wood furniture makes for a cozy interior.

White Painted Floors - Design Chic

Kara Rosenlund Stylist It’s oh so very hard to take that plunge… But once that first dark hardwood is painted white — aka, the point of no return — it all seems so very worth it! Laura Hay Design What dark stain adds in staid elegance, white paint adds in laid-back chic. Victoria and Albert […]

English Country Mudrooms – Blue and White Home

English Country Mudrooms

The onset of colder weather accompanied by lots of rain (and even a few flakes of snow!) has left our mudroom littered with an assortment of coats, boots, gloves, hats, and scarves that we hadn't needed in many months. In search of ideas for dealing with the mess, I have discovered the appeal of mudrooms in English country homes (or boot rooms as they are often called in England). When you look at a photo of one of those mudrooms, you can feel the warmth from the fire and the coziness of the…

traditional-mudroom - Julie Blanner entertaining & design that celebrates life - Home Decor

traditional-mudroom – Julie Blanner entertaining & design that celebrates life

High Street Market on Instagram: “picked up the kiddos and ordered a pizza 😊 (wishing you a happy friday, insta fam!)”

1,742 Likes, 29 Comments - High Street Market (@highstreetmarket) on Instagram: “picked up the kiddos and ordered a pizza 😊 (wishing you a happy friday, insta fam!)”

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See How Dede Pratesi Brought the History of her 17th-Century Family Villa in Tuscany to Life

Mixing brilliant paints and bold fabrics, the stylish linens matriarch displays her signature flair at this historic stone manor

How to Style Console Table Vignettes | Nomadic Decorator

Console tables – slim tables set against a wall – make the perfect place to create a little scene that uses many surfaces: the wall, table, floor and area around the table. Console tables give you a manageable area to do something really interesting. Let’s take a look! This is a simple scene but the accessories (and floor!) make it … Continue reading "How to Style Console Table Vignettes"

Replacing Our Front Door (AKA Projects That Cut Line) - Emily A. Clark

Do you see what I see? I was walking through our house the other day when I saw sunlight streaming in—through the bottom part of our door. Sure enough, there’s a big crack making it’s way right down the center of the wood. (It actually looks worse in person than in the picture.) Don’t you Read More

The Lake Effect - An Intriguing Home in Litchfield County - New England Home Magazine

Photography by John Gould Bressler By Maria LaPiana J. Seitz & Company may be Litchfield County’s best-known secret. It’s hidden away on the shores of Lake Waramaug, yet ask anyone—designers, celebrity weekenders, and locals—where they like to shop in Connecticut’s rolling hills, and they’ll say Seitz. It’s with good reason that the New Preston shop...

Southern Living Idea House in Charlottesville, VA

We sat down with interior designer Bunny Williams to talk about the 2015 Southern Living Idea House in Charlottesville, Virginia. She shares her process for outfitting the space.

Scandinavian Interiors

My first trip to Europe since 2003 was planned based on a cheap flight. I saw one for $750 to Copenhagen from Portland, OR, and jumped on it. My friend Natasha lives here, in Copenhagen, and here is where I am currently sitting, with a glass of white wine, at a rustic wooden table, in…

Styling Inspiration - Hallways — Hurd & Honey

I have always had trouble with hallways. Most of the time you feel trapped in a dark tunnel and can't really look at what's hanging on the walls because you can't stand back far enough. And then there are those wide hallways that feel like a useless waste of space, and always feel like furniture get