Emerging between the middle of the 20th century in America, mid century designs are one of the most popular design styles in the world and even after 70 years, it continues to inspire designers today. Promoting functionally, openness, and being uncluttered. Mid century designs feature unique curves and finishes that when infused in your home’s interior, shines without feeling overdone.
With the new year finally here, many of our homes have received more love, care, and attention than ever before. With the pandemic still upon us, there's nothing more fun for us home editors than to predict the home design trends that we can expect within the months ahead.
For the past 23 years, Pantone’s Color of the Year has influenced product development and purchasing decisions in multiple industries, including fashion, home furnishings, and industrial design, as well as product packaging and graphic design.
Given the high price of housing, designing a layout for a small space can feel like an impossible task. Your goal is to fit in as much as possible without making the room feel cramped and chaotic. Whether you’re starting out in a studio apartment or choosing to live a more minimalist existence, you don’t need to sacrifice style.
Whether your current home office is a space for running a business, your remote workspace or simply a place to pay bills and organizing your schedule, it is absolutely essential that it is comfortable and inviting. This way, you have a clear headspace free from the clutter of everyday tasks, especially if you plan on spending multiple hours a day there. An office that reflects the design and comfort of the rest of your home is a place you'll want to burn the midnight oil. 1. LOCATION With homes now coming in such a vast amount of shapes and sizes, your office can be anywhere within. ...