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Winter Decorations – Ideas for After the Holidays

gray sofa with blue throw pillows and a cat as winter decoration

When most people think of winter decorations, the holidays (Christmas, Hanukkah, New Year’s, etc.) come to mind. Once those are over, deciding how to decorate your house afterward can be a bit of a challenge. There’s not much that’s festive about January, and other holidays aren’t coming for a while yet. Still, the house needs… (read more)

Living Room Wall Decor Ideas to Try This Winter

light living room wall decor

Dreary weather is the hallmark of winter. While the initial snowfall can be both beautiful and enjoyable, it does get a bit tiresome after a while. During this time, sprucing up the interior of your home can take the edge off the dull white and gray blowing around outside and make the post-holiday season a… (read more)

How to Use Different Interior Lighting Methods

Interior lighting is a major aspect of your home’s visual design. Aside from its obvious practical purposes, proper lighting enhances the aesthetic appeal of each space in your home. Within your interior design, light serves three separate functions: general illumination, task lighting, and accenting. In this piece, we’ll talk about the ways these different types… (read more)

Designing for Personality Type: Home Decor for Extroverts and Introverts

Decor for Extrovert

Designing your home for your personality may sound difficult, but it’s the most natural way to approach home decor and home furnishing. Most people gravitate toward colors and patterns that are most pleasing to them. Here are a few tips to push your home decor to more closely match your personality type. Nobody is 100%… (read more)

Space-Saving Tips for Smaller Places

Woman in red shirt reading book

While some of us have the luxury of spreading out to our heart’s content, most people need to be conscious of how much space they’re using in their home. It can be tough to decide where your things go and how to arrange them without feeling like you’re living in a shoebox. In space-limited cities,… (read more)