In search of fresh decor ideas? Bring on bold colors, beautiful patterns and luxe textures with the latest trends in furniture, fabric and more. Whether you’re thinking about a minor refresh or a total renovation, you’ll find inspiration for your interior design update.
Velvet adds a cozy, high-end look to upholstered furniture and home accents, and it’s not going away anytime soon. If you’re worried that velvet is too formal or impractical to clean, don’t fret! Today’s velvet offerings have a high-quality look with modern performance qualities.
Elevate your space with a statement sofa upholstered in jewel-tone velvet, or try trendy throw pillows to quickly add an elegant touch.
2. Caned furniture
Caning is having a moment (again). This decorative technique has been around for centuries, with various surges in popularity throughout history. As with many trends, the timeless weave has circled back around with an updated look
Cozy nights at home have taken on new meaning with the pandemic. Now that summer is coming to an end and life indoors will become the norm, what better time to invest in décor that will elevate your space and have you loving it even more?
Enter Pom Pom at Home, a super chic, family-owned, sustainable home décor brand known for their ‘lived-in elegance’ aesthetic.
“When we started, a textile brand with this ‘lived-in’ elegant look wasn’t readily available, so I had to create it myself. Most other textile companies at the time were very formal,” CEO and Creative Director, Hilde Leiaghat tells me. “Whereas, we curate the designs for our brand with a sense of calm and comfort in mind. Everything has to FEEL good. The touch and hand feel are truly what sell our products.”
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We’re spending more time at home these days, and seeing the same things in the same rooms every single day can get old fast. Fortunately, if you’re looking to change things up, you don’t need to hire expensive contractors or designers to give your space a makeover. Often, all it takes are a few well-placed home décor accents that cost no more than a couple lattes. From greenery to gold and marble to minimalist geometric patterns, the best home décor items you can buy are both stunning and affordable. Below are some of our top picks—and they all cost less than $20.
1. These lush faux vines
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Focus on Function
Before you begin your minimalist design, it’s important to think about how you want your rooms to function. Do you have guests over often? You’ll want to make sure there’s plenty of seating. Planning to work from home? You’ll need to create a distraction-free area away from other living spaces. No matter the layout you choose, the key to a minimalist look is keeping your space open and airy.
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As the seasons change outside, the design of your home should subtly reflect that inside. Transitioning your space for the fall season can be quite challenging. While it can be tempting and fun to consider kitschy autumn decor, more thoughtful decorating choices will take your space to the next level. From unique accessories to sophisticated wallpaper, fall decorating is all about adding warmth and expressing your style. Our favorite designers shared all the fall decorating inspiration you need to make your home cool and cozy for the autumn season.
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Colors Found in Nature
Create a cozy and inviting space by mixing in hues found in nature. Keita Turner of Keita Turner Design added dimension to this living room by layering rich rust furniture and gold art and accessories.
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What did your room look like when you were a kid? We’re guessing not exactly like these colorful, creative, and undeniably cool spaces. The bedrooms of these uber stylish children are lessons in judicious editing, inspired ideas, and damn good taste. Looking for something more specific? Check-out our great ideas for decorating boys rooms, girls rooms, and baby nurseries.
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In the boys’ bedroom of a Canadian lakehouse, a grasscloth wallcovering is by Kravet, bedding is by St. Geneve Linens and Ralph Lauren, and the bedframes and nightstand are by CB2.
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“I bought the poster twin beds [second one not shown] long before I had a son. I knew they’d be perfect for a little boy’s room one day,” says Mandy Reeves of her Tennessee home via Country Living. She painted them a handsome shade
If it wasn’t obvious from all the pastel pink sofas and Danish sideboards lingering on your newsfeeds, midcentury-modern decor is still having a moment. Although sleek and timeless, the style can quickly monopolize a room (or make it appear dated) if it isn’t executed with care. The key to making the aesthetic look decidedly non–Brady Bunch is understanding its history and creating an effortlessly modern mix. New to the style but love the look? Learn all about it and get tips from the experts on how to add a Mad Men vibe to your space with midcentury-modern decor.
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The movement spanned from about 1933 to 1965 and included architecture as well as industrial, interior, and graphic design. Designers such as Charles and Ray Eames, Harry Bertoia, Arne Jacobsen, and George Nelson created iconic furniture and lighting that are still highly coveted. The architectural style, seen