Today’s post might just inspire you to find a good wallpaper hanger and update a room or two.
Southern Interior Design
Southern interior design is sought after throughout that world. There is no one look, but the attention to detail with the ability to always be welcoming is a tell-tale sign. Ws showcase expert advice and trends so that you can can simply arrange a few new pillows or replace a lighting piece or go for a full blow renovation!
What is a chevron exactly? Glad you asked as this home design trend is coming on strong.
What would you do when given the opportunity to interview one of the biggest names – of all time – in the modeling world? Well, if you were Liza Graves, you’d show up with a jar of tomato juice.
With just a 30% chance of rain today, I’d like to express my sincere hopes in using my patio…. SOON. From the runway to the patio, see how blue and orange can update your look.
While you will still see neutrals abound in 2011, color is fighting its way back. Say hello to shades of coral! Today’s post shows how to incorporate this color into fashion, beauty and home decor.
Recently I came across some pottery (a weakness of mine) that made me wonder if perhaps I needed some Holiday dinnerware.
Have you noticed? The maple trees are starting to change and the dogwoods are well on their way to red. I love this time of year when the sky is a startling blue, the leaves are beginning to show off their colorful displays, and jackets are a part of our morning routines once again. This
I love having company over in the fall. Here are two ways to have a dinner party this fall. One requires some forethought and cooking while the other can be planned at the last minute. Both promise great results:
Perhaps it is to counteract my very square house, but since moving in 5 years ago, my eye has been continually drawn to the circle for home decor.
I’ve been to antiques shows before, but I’d never seen anything like the Scott Show. There I was, standing in a warehouse somewhere in north Atlanta, way too early in the morning, with my longtime friend and decorator, Roger Higgins. At the center of the huge cavernous warehouse was a large truck with a crowd