Wanting to refresh your home interior design is a popular wish. Maybe the living room feels a little lack-luster or the bedroom is needing a bit of a design umph. Like wardrobes and hairstyles, our interiors need a change now and then.
True, getting interior design help with a professional is ideal. But, for those wanting quick and simpletouches that go a long way, here is our list for every space in your home.
You can never have enough wall decor ideas. Today we’re excited to have our friends at Curioos, content manager, Koun Bae, and resident interior design expert, Mary Rogers, share their insiders’ tips in the blog post below.
Decorating your walls can become an overwhelming task if you don’t know where to start. With the new Curioos Home series, we’re letting you in on expert tips and tricks to help you decorate your space with style. First up: finding two art pieces that are better together.
An art pair that works well can make your home look polished and professionally decorated. It’s way easier than a gallery wall and more impactful than a single piece of art—what’s not to love? Here, a few tips on how to do it right.
Wall coverings have a distinct history, dating as far back as the 1400s with tapestries and panelling evolving into current designer and textured wallpaper.
While it was once considered background rather than foreground decor (with some notable exceptions such as Chinese papers and the early 19th-century French scenic decorations), wallpaper has always played a big role in enhancing interior design.
With today’s tremendous options, the choice of designer wallpaper and the way it’s used influences the overall decorative scheme in a big way. Below are the top ways wallpaper enhances any room design.
Creating useful and comfortable room design is key for family friendly interiors. A family home is specialized; it needs to accommodate high traffic, multi-functionality, and stylistic differences. With such layered criteria, we could all use some interior design help! That’s why Decorilla designer, Jessica S., is sharing her top 5 tips for family friendly room design in this week’s post.
Representing a client’s style is a creative challenge for interior designers. Decorilla designer, Rachel Hinz, meets this challenge with sophistication and attention to detail. Whether traditional, modern, glamorous, or beach, her interior design projects have expressive style elements that not only make a room beautiful but contribute to its functionality as well.
Rachel’s commercial and residential interior design experience has made for happy clients locally in the Tri-Cities and Metro Detroit area of Michigan as well as online Decorilla clients across the U.S. Here, we shine the spotlight on this versatile interior designer, getting a glimpse of her favorite design trends, inspirations, and room in her own home.
We all try to keep things where they belong, but when you have 3 little ones, one family room might just turn into more: playroom, TV room, office.
This home in San Francisco is a great place for kids to grow up. There’s room for everybody! But what do you do when 90% of your family gathering time is in one single room? Evelyn took to the transformation challenge and designed her room online with Decorilla.
A blank canvas seems like the perfect way for new master bedroom ideas to come to life. Yet, the countless options can be overwhelming. What colors to go with? Where is the best place for the dresser? What’s the design style? A recent New York client had these questions plus more and wanted the guidance of Decorilla online interior designers. Check out this incredible before & after project for the results.
A man cave is a retreat, haven, a personal world inside four walls. This space should have everything that makes the user feel alive and relaxed. Anywhere from a small secret room housing favorite paraphenilia to a large hidden basement storing a collection of cars, the possibilities for designing a man cave are endless.
Avoiding decorating mistakes can be just as valuable as following the best design tips out there. It’s true! Taking a trial and error approach to decorating can be tiring, time consuming and costly. So, being mindful of what not to do is a super helpful approach to interior design help.
The following designer don’ts are great to consider when decorating your home:
The kitchen are the heart of a home. It is the place of cooking and convening, and often is the thoroughfare of getting to other areas in the house. As a key room, it’s important to design it with functionality and comfort in mind.