French rural homes have a distinct allure that captivates homeowners to mimic their designs.
“Less is more.” This is the words of Ludwig Mies Van Der Rohe, one of the major pioneers of modern architecture. It’s said to be the guiding principle in minimalist interior design.
It’s safe to say that anyone interested in the bathroom interiors world has witnessed the Botanical explosion over the last year.
With people living (and also working) longer the instances of chronic conditions, like back pain will only increase.
If you’ve ever done any kind of DIY home décor, you know how much time, effort and resources it takes to make the idea in your head come to life.
Bathroom designs and trends are constantly evolving as consumers opt for more practical and functional spaces that meet the needs of modern living.
We expect to see the popularity of wood increase during the second half of 2019 and into 2020. One reason is the souring public attitude towards plastic.
Do you remember that one episode of Friends where Phoebe doesn’t like Pottery Barn? Of course you do!
Planning to renovate this summer? Looking for a modern, new trend to incorporate into your home?