Looking to shake up your home decor? Or love fantasizing about how you would decorate your dream home? If you're looking for some innovative home interior ideas—whether it's a creative children's bedroom or the best pool in the neighborhood—we've got you covered. Over the years, we've seen some incredible design ideas implemented, either by professional designers or DIY enthusiasts. Some make a big impact with just a few elements, while others really go all out.
Inspired by the art of Hokusai and other masters of Japanese woodblock prints?
In the age of digital, it can feel really satisfying to write something down.
Right now crafting is seeing a serious revival, as more and more people return to the idea of using their hands as a creative outlet. Perhaps this makes sense. With a world so entrenched in the digital, people are turning back toward the crafts that allow them to unplug and unwind.
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The art of pyrography has been around for centuries.
Having plants in your home is always in style, but they’ve become even more en vogue over the past few years. Many folks are now looking to maximize the amount of green in their living space, making it just shy of a forest. And who could blame them? Having plants in your home not only helps air quality, but it literally brings a bit of life among your static furniture.
Have you ever wished you could extend the life of a bouquet of flowers?
Since ancient times, mosaics have mesmerized with their dazzling colors and distinctive aesthetic.
Sometimes your space needs a bit of an instant refresh. After staring at the same four walls for days on end (especially during those long winters) every now and then it’s normal to find yourself craving a little pick-me-up for your home. As designer Sarah Wittenbraker put it, “Day after day we can grow numb to what's around us, and it can become hard to gain fresh perspective.
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In the past, the humble graduation hat was merely part of the customary and ceremonial “cap and gown” ensemble.