It’s the most wonderful time of the year and this year’s Christmas decor trends are sure to make your home cozy and chic this holiday season.
Talk about staying power! Hair-on-hide continues to be a high-style way to add drama and texture to a room – and it’s not just for floors.
Mixing modern and mountain styles, interior designer Heather Humphrey elevates a Deer Valley home’s décor.
Celebrity collections offer many ways to add luxury to your rooms, reflect your personal style and create a high-fashion look and feel throughout your home. But, did you know there’s a right way to incorporate them into your home?
The not-so-secret secret of today’s most compelling spaces is, in a word, wood. These days, designers are celebrating wood’s natural beauty with more than floors and furniture.
If you covet a classic, high-style look for your home, here’s a few words to commit to memory: timeless, luxury, and quality. The pros from Thomasville offer some tips to create a timeless yet oh-so-current style in your home.
Featured in our magazine 10 years ago, this spectacular International style glass house is still one of my all-time favorites.
The black-and-white trend is going strong, and this high-contrast design direction is amping up the style of so many of today’s chic rooms. Here are a few simple ways you can incorporate it into your décor.
Pattern play is enjoying a moment, but it is nothing new. In the hands of a talented pro, this approach to design is always in style. Take interior designer Jason Wilde’s interior of a spectacular Heber home (How Swede It Is) we featured in 2013. It is as compelling and as relevant now as it was four years ago. And there’s much to learn from Wilde’s work.
Jo Packham proves that out-of-the-box thinking, a can-do attitude and a willingness to fall and get back up as one moves from venture to venture all contribute to success and joy for one’s work.