18 Genius Wall Decor Ideas | HGTV’s Decorating & Design Blog

So, you recently moved into a new place, and you finally have your furniture arranged exactly how you want it. You placed your decorative accents and hung the few pieces of art you own. But every time you sit down to relax on the sofa, those big, blank walls taunt you with their unforgivable boringness. “I need decor! I need decor!” they cry. So, you flip on the TV and drown them out with an episode of House Hunters.

We’ve all been there. Blank walls can be a total headache when you don’t have time, funds or ideas —

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The 25 Best Interior Designers in Los AngelesBuildDirect Blog: Life at Home

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Los Angeles

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A Los Angeles home is more than just a home, especially for those involved in the entertainment business. From intimate dinner parties to blowout bashes, a gorgeous and glamorous residence serves as an all-important hub for both business and pleasure. With this in mind, it follows that the interior designers in this star-studded city are often as famous as their celebrity clients. These elite aficionados know how to create a luxurious environment where deals can be sealed and influencers can make their mark. They can easily adapt to the wide range of architecture

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Hatch, the DesignPublic.com blog on modern design, style, fashion, interior design and more.

Well we’ve reached mid-April. Now that the tax returns have (hopefully) been filed, there should be some time to complete some projects around the house. Once the pollen has been cleared, it’s a great time to complete a few projects around the home. If you don’t even know where to start, here are a few little projects that you can complete in a few hours.


1) Cull through the books and magazines. You can take this one shelf at a time, and at the same time, get some much-needed dusting done as you empty each shelf. Donate books you’ll never

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Design Decor & Disha | An Indian Design & Decor Blog

In today’s post on our Indian Art form series, I’m gonna talk about the art of paper cutting or better known as Sanjhi. Like the name itself suggests Sanjhi or paper cutting art is an art of paper cutting. The paper is cut in a way that the paper holds together and yet it shows a beautiful intricate pattern on it. For the complete tutorial on Sanjhi, watch the video below.

Origin:
Sanjhi is practised in Mathura and Vrindavan in Uttar Pradesh in India. Though the paper cutting work is done all across the world, Sanjhi is little different. 

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The Design Files | Australia’s most popular design blog.

Interiors

The right rug, in the right spot, can transform space – even making a room feel bigger than it is. Here, we share our tips for sizing and p…

Architecture

There is poetry in the way this contemporary coastal sanctuary by Planned Living Architects speaks to its blustery surrounds with rare views…

Sasha Gattermayr

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Times Like These

The prominent women’s rights activist talks letting go of expectations, carving out quality time with her kid, and getting creative in the t…

Interiors

Georgina Jeffries delivers an unpretentious, minimalist interior for this coastal retreat in Lorne.

Gardens

A

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18 Predictions for 2020 Exterior Home Design | Blog

We’ve come up with 18 predictions for 2020 exterior home design. That said, as 2020 is quickly approaching it’s important to be aware of what’s coming down the pipeline and how you can achieve the latest look.  Many clients are asking for updates and we want to be sure we make the best decisions for each home exterior. We’ve sent our best brick&batten designers on the hunt to discover what you should be focused on in your 2020 house design.  Fast forward to spring, what will we be noticing in home exteriors?


18 Predictions for 2020 Home Design:

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The Design Confidential – A Lifestyle Blog // DIY, Furniture Plans, Design, Travel, Entertaining, Family + Style Stories

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I Adore the Firefly Art Print by The Design Confidential via @thdesconf


At long last I am super excited to annouce Confidential Print Shop is open for business and printable art is first on the menu. I have actually had the shop set up for months, but I was feeling extremely anxious about hitting the publish button on this post. I’m not entirely sure why, but it most likely stems from a fear of failure. Truth be told, setting up a storefront and selling something that is uniquely yours and not made by someone else, is terrifying. Because what if no one cares? What if

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Interior Design Blog

12 Best Interior Design Finds At IKEA

IKEA. The behemoth discount furniture retailer that we loathe… and love. It’s the one-stop shop for designing a space on a budget.

April 8, 2020

Best LED Desk Lamps Recommended by Interior Designers

At times, people experience eye strain and fatigue. Such issues can be avoided by ensuring that you have acquired a good desk lamp. The desk lamp should illuminate your working area well, and you will not experience eye strain and fatigue while working. A great desk lamp also improves your productivity levels.

April 8, 2020

Best Gifts That Will Wow

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Interior Design History: Decorating Styles Through the AgesBuildDirect Blog: Life at Home

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For as long as humanity has been a species, we’ve decorated.

From the ancient cave-paintings of our hunter-gatherer ancestors, to the fluted columns of early Western civilization, to modernist architecture into the 20th century, and now to 21st Century eclecticism, we’ve taken pride in our homes and in our communities by celebrating the wonders of aesthetics and practical design.

Are there any common threads in the history of interior design and exterior design? What have the Ancient Egyptians got in common with the Art Deco cities of the 1920s jazz age? And what design elements

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Blog | Mid Century Design & Decor Guide

The furniture and decor introduced in the 1950s, ’60s and ’70s were clean, sophisticated, and inclusive. Despite the passage of time, mid century designs have remained a staple in interior architecture. In this guide, we’ll cover the fundamentals of how to realise a mid century modern décor and where to shop for the pieces you desire.

1. Interior Design Inspirations
To kick things off, remember that great interior design draws bits and pieces of influence from different styles, so include some elements that are outside of the mid century boundaries.

2. Pick the Right Colours
Selecting colours is always the

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9 Tips for Arranging Furniture in a Living Room or Family Room – Schneiderman’s {the blog}

Beautiful living room - arranging furniture around stone fireplace and TV.

One of the things that we suggested in our post on Furniture Shopping Tips was to measure your room and try out different furniture placement scenarios – either on paper or using a room planner – prior to shopping.

We still think that’s pretty great advice, but what if arranging furniture isn’t one of your strong points?  Or you’ve never had to do it before?

We’ve got some tips and general guidelines that will help:

ARRANGING FURNITURE:

1. Determine function.

Think about how you want this room to function. What activities will be taking place in the space (TV viewing,

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Design tricks for small living rooms – EZ Living Furniture Blog Page

If your living room is small and you are looking for ideas to maximise your space, take inspiration from our clever design tricks to make the smallest of rooms feel perfectly proportioned and to unlock the potential of your compact living room.

The most important tip to help you get started is to find the most suitable pieces and begin to plan a furniture arrangement that will add to the overall look of your space.

Injection of Colour

One of the easiest ways of giving the illusion of space is to inject soft, pastel shades into your design scheme to

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Singapore Interior Design Ideas: Beautiful living rooms – Vincent Interior Blog

In this post, I am going to show you some living room interior design ideas that are suitable for Singapore homes. I would like to thank PLUS Interior Design for their contribution to this article and the following photos. The following design ideas can be really helpful for those who are first time homeowner and those who have no idea what design or style they can create for their homes. Among pictures, there are some which are real life photos and are 3D drawings. Can you identify them?

Modern Zen

Modern Zen

Modern Zen

Modern Zen

Modern Victorian

Modern Victorian

Modern Spa

Modern Spa

Modern Scandinavian

Modern Scandinavian

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5 Favorite Living Rooms That You’ll Love Too – Schneiderman’s {the blog}

favorite living room - cozy nook by the stone fireplace

We did a round-up in our last post of some top decorating posts from 2016, but today I’m posting some of my favorite rooms from the year.

Since we post about a lot of different topics and rooms throughout the year, narrowing it down was a bit of a dilemma.  So I made it a little easier and focused on favorite living rooms.

There are a lot of those too, of course, so I had to limit myself to 5 :-).   Here they are in no particular order…

1. Charming Chesterfield.

The Chesterfield sofa has it all – a classic

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The 15 Best Interior Designers of Oklahoma CityBuildDirect Blog: Life at Home

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OKC

Who is the best interior designer in Oklahoma City? Vote for your fave and suggest designers in the comments section of this post that we missed on this list of 15.

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The capital state of Oklahoma is home to diverse and fashionable neighborhoods, modern architecture, and historic districts. With the funky creative vibe of the Plaza District and Spanish revival architecture in the Paseo Arts District, Oklahoma City is brimming with culture and design lovers.

The interior designers of Oklahoma City make the interiors as worthy of sight-seeing as the permanent sculptures in the Myriad

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N.Design Studio | Design Blog & Portfolio

Themify Flow: WordPress Theme Builder

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I haven’t updated this blog for the longest time. Today I have something very exciting to present. I’ve been working very hard with the Themify team on a new theme builder for WordPress called Themify Flow. It is a lightweight, fast performance framework, which allows you to build responsive themes. Everything is done within WordPress with an intuitive drag & drop interface. No PHP or CSS coding required. Watch the video below to see how it works. It is a free open source project. Give it a shot!

Free MiniCards

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Westchester NY Decorator Laurel Bern’s inspiring interior design blog


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High-Low Furnishings + Sources and Secrets Revealed

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Contemporary Interiors – Are They Trendy or Timeless?

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Design Matters | Furniture design blog from Design Matters author George Walker

Dividers sketch by David Fisher.

Every woodworker I know wants to get better at design. Yet it’s hard to carve out time to devote to it. Perhaps it’s because most of us go it alone. Design like any skill responds to our time and attention, but progress often comes in fits and starts.

I’ll be teaching a design workshop at Marc Adams School of Woodworking the week of August 27th through the 31st.  It’s a chance to make a significant leap in your design journey. You’ll leave the workshop on a whole different level equipped with tools

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Drapery Styles

 

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INVERTED FRENCH PLEAT Sleek + Modern

Overall width PER PAIR approximately 46″

A sophisticated yet casual drapery heading.

  • 3 Finger Inverted French Pleat
  • Pleat is tacked at the top
  • Fabric is pattern matched
  • 4″ Double Bottom Hem
  • 4″ Double Top with Crinoline
  • Finished Width per pair 46″ including returns
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PINCH PLEAT Tried + True

Overall width PER PAIR approximately 46″

A tried and true design style but

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