Yes, interiors can be sexy. Beyond functionality and comfort, our spaces have the capacity of exuding irresistibility. How? Just think senses. When being mindful of what is appealing to the sight, touch, or smell, the design of a bedroom, living room, or any room can carry an attractive quality that goes a long way. You can see how color, pattern, lighting, and finishes made a difference in Kim’s online sexy bedroom design.
Need a little a few more tips? Here are a few ways to draw people into your space.
When it comes to home selling, first impressions go a long way. With a growing online market, potential homebuyers rely on quality photos to spark their interest. It is no surprise that beautifully staged properties leave a lasting impact that results in a higher selling price and shorter time on the market. The difficult part usually lies in convincing your client that staging will more than pay for itself.
Luckily, recent advances in technology have created new opportunities that are more effective than traditional staging and cost 95% less. You may have already heard of virtual staging, but in case you haven’t we’ll discuss some of the benefits and introduce you to the next big thing in real estate selling that’s been creating a buzz in New York City.
Twenty thirteen was full of exciting design trends – from bold graphic wallpaper to unabashed use of gold finishes, from fun Suzani prints to interesting botanical accents like modern terrariums used in this design project. With these hot examples, I’m sure you’re wondering how to even start decorating for the new year! Luckily, we have some fun and affordable decorating ideas for you to kick off 2014 with style.
Looking for something unique to give this holiday season? Etsy is the marketplace for handcrafted and artistic products you simply cannot find in shopping malls or large store chains. With growing popularity, this e-design experience offers a rare connection with countless “shops” worldwide.
Here are our top trending Etsy giftables good for this season or any giving occasion.
The holiday season is upon us, which means it’s time for decking the halls.
If you’re like most people, you probably have your traditional holiday decorations; however, if you want to really make spirits bright this year, you may want to add a few new touches to your holiday decor. Wondering what types of holiday decor ideas will really impress your guests?
Here are 7 suggestions that will be sure to WOW more than just your guest, but you, too!
Nothing says winter warmth better than a fireplace. And, the mantel above it is a perfect space to offer a decorative flair that will make it all the more attractive. Year-round, the fireplace mantle shares personalized items such as framed family photos and treasured knick-knacks. This holiday season, change your decor up with one of the following unique styles.
The internet offers great resources when it comes to home decorating ideas. Online retailers, sale sites, inspiration sites, and e-design sites have enhanced interior design by making it more accessible and affordable for you. Here’s how to make the most of it:
Manhattan apartments are known for their narrow compositions, limiting the amount of natural light and making furniture arrangement a daunting task. Debra reached out to Decorilla, a crowdsourced online decorating site for guidance in giving her living room and dining area a needed transformation. There was no risk on her end because Decorilla has a 100% money back guarantee.
Decorilla’s vetted interior decorators are no strangers to designing for small spaces and were glad to help. Here are some highlights from the project!
Everyone wants their home to have a sense of harmony. Much of this desired feeling results in being mindful of creating balance in your space. This does not just pertain to having a level of symmetry in furniture placement and decor; it has to do with much more.
So, you’ve got the keys to your new place; you turn the knob, and voila! There it is, in all it’s…empty glory. What now?
Whether you are decorating an office, living room, or entire home, the excitement of making a space yours can wear off a little with the task of decorating. Making choices for interior design is a pretty big deal. It is important to make decisions that leave lasting feelings of comfort and beauty.
To help you avoid trial-and-error mistakes that end up taking up time, energy, and money, here are some helpful tips that advise you what not to do.