When I was younger, I remember dreaming about turning my room into the ultimate hangout pad for me and my friends. Granted, my room needed to be exponentially larger to match what I was seeing in movies and it would’ve required having my parents drive me all over the place to shop for stuff, but the idea of having a designated private area away from parents was a dream nonetheless. Luckily, in the age of the internet, designing a lounging arrangement catered to a teen’s tastes is much easier. Here are a few ideas to help get things started.
Spring has sprung, and there really isn’t a better time to brighten up our living spaces with some fresh and vibrant colors. Getting into the spirit of the season doesn’t have to mean redecorating your entire house (or breaking the bank). Adding some colorful, beautiful accessories is where it’s at for a cheerful spring update.
Most people have neither the budget nor the inclination to start with a clean slate and furnish their living space in a single style. More power to the minimalists with their clean lines and elements solely dictated by necessity and function. But many of us have hand-me-downs (oh, excuse me, ‘heirlooms’), pieces we picked up for a steal at a yard sale, a mismatched collection of lamps, and an interest in the best of many interior design styles. This does not mean your space needs to look like a storage room! You can still have a balanced, cohesive interior featuring an eclectic mix of styles. Here are a few tricks to getting it right for your modern living room.
How can it be that Mother’s Day is right around corner? Sunday, May 8 to be exact. Do not get caught without a present for mom; she deserves more than just a bouquet of flowers once a year. Here’s our modern Mother’s Day gift guide to help you pick out the perfect modern accessory for your beloved mother: