Open floor plan living areas are incredibly beneficial to the flow of a house. They're great for entertaining, they invite conversation, and they allow you to easily transition your decor from one space to the next. They do, however, provide somewhat of a challenge.
The best way to make a open floor plan work is to differentiate the spaces in your home, like a kitchen and living room, so that they're both functional and beautifully cohesive.
We're taking you through everything you need to know to make your open floor plan work for you.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), one in three adults in the U.S. isn’t getting enough sleep, and for some of those people, an old mattress may be the culprit.
Poor sleeping habits affect your health, your mood, and your overall enjoyment of life.
Is there a small room in your home that isn't being used to its full potential? Or, do you live in a small apartment with limited space in general?
We have the simple tips you need to visually expand any room. But first, let's start with the basics.
As always, we’re here to give you the inside scoop on all things home décor and interior design. We believe that the better equipped you are with information, the better choices you’ll make for your home.
And that’s the goal, isn’t it? To love your home. We talked to Georgianna, our Store Manager in Cambridge to discover the 5 things your interior designer won’t tell you.
I think this year, more than ever, is the time to embrace brightness in your home. To bring in the light – figuratively and literally.
New England winters, especially in these early days when it feels like the sun sets three seconds after it rises, can be a dark time. Sure, we all love the snow and those perfect winter days when the sky is shockingly blue. But when it’s cold and blustery outside, you want your home to feel like a warming tonic.
Winter is around the corner, and the colder it gets outside, the cozier you want your home to be. Warm lighting, furry textures, sheepskin throws—all the trappings of a cozy home designed to keep out the cold.
We’re breaking down all the simple tricks you can use to transition your home to winter.
Regardless of how big your design project is, starting from a blank canvas can be intimidating. And, when you’re investing money into anything, you want to be sure you’re making informed decisions.
That’s where we come in. A design consultation is a chance to meet with a trained and educated designer and work with them to craft a unique room plan that works for you.
They’ll ask the right questions, streamline the selection process, work with your budget, and do everything they can to create a space you love to live in.