Each year Pantone designates a color for the year. This year was lucky enough to be rewarded with deep and warm-toned Marsala. We’ve seen it everywhere throughout the year from the runway to home décor. As a statement color, it has impressed many, and it’s the perfect color tone to add to your Christmas decorations. Read more
Small apartments and housing, particularly those in urban areas, generally do not provide adequate square footage for guest seating. In order to accommodate visitors, city dwellers need to get creative with their space. Adding built-in window seats, breakfast nooks, and outdoor benches to dead space can not only add seating, but they can also offer extra storage.
From the strings of lights outside your house to the colors of red and green decorating the inside, capturing the true magic of the Christmas season in festive ways makes the holidays merrier and brighter. Decorating for Christmas each year is always one of my favorite tasks, but if you’re like me, you love having something new to add to your decorations each year. We’ve teamed up with interior designer Ashley Gallion, of Ashley Gallion Interiors, to help identify Christmas decorating ideas most of us often miss.
Pillows have been a part of the human experience for thousands of years. Their earliest uses were more comfort related, but it didn’t take long for them to also be used as interior decorations. Pillows come in a wide variety of styles, shapes, and sizes: from bedding pillows made for comfort, to decorative and designer pillows, and floor pillows. What are standard pillow sizes? While there are standard sizes for bedding pillows, the standard sizes for many other styles of pillows often depend on where and how they are used.