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  • Colour Trends for 2020

    2020 is here. It is time to start thinking about what you want to do for the next decade, and that can include revamping your home. Many homeowners see the new decade as a chance to incorporate some intriguing décor tips into their abodes, and you need to start looking toward color trends to see what will be popular in the years to come. 

  • How to Create a Home Retreat

    With a busy lifestyle, it can be hard to relax. The stress of the day carries over into the evening when many go from one job to another at home. There must be a space that you feel insulated from all your responsibilities for just a little while, where you can take a deep breath and relax. You need a home retreat.

  • Design Trends for 2020

    A new year is here. The 20s are coming back in a big way, and your house could use a much-needed facelift. Whether your house’s interior just needs a fresh coat of paint or a more serious overhaul, here are some décor tips to follow to help make your house feel unique once again. 

  • Freshen Up Your Home

    As spring approaches, many homeowners get the urge to purge. The fresh air often inspires them to make changes, whether it’s throwing away unneeded household goods or emptying every kitchen drawer for a full wipe-down. Spring cleaning takes on a whole new meaning when it comes to interior design, however. If you’re itching for something new but don’t want to blow your entire budget, consider the following décor tips for freshening up your home space without a lot of effort.

  • Styling a Console Table

    Whether you have an empty hallway that you need to fill or a blank spot in your hallway that is just itching for something new, a console table can fit the bill. But once you have one, do you know how to style it to make it look like an interior designer has been in your home? You don’t have to spend a fortune just to get the designer look you want. These décor tips can guide you as you put together an area that fits the overall design scheme you’re going for.