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2017’s Most Popular Colors for Interiors (According to Instagram)

Color is having a moment. True, when it comes to our favorite interiors, eye-catching pigments have always been winners, but in 2017, it seems things have been kicked up a notch. To prove our point, we scoured Instagram, one of our favorite sources of decor inspiration, high and low looking for the most loved and shared (and re-shared) rooms and more importantly, what their color palettes seemed to be. After distilling down some of our findings, we found seven colors and combos that reign supreme, according to the ‘gram.

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Posted on Sep 19, 2017

Budget Remodeling Ideas Hiding in the IKEA 2018 Catalog

We all know IKEA is a slam dunk for stylish and affordable furniture and accessories, and their annual catalog is pure eye candy for fans looking to buy and potentially hack their products. But here’s what I didn’t realize until very recently: their styled photos are also a treasure trove of fantastic remodeling ideas that are both design savvy and do-able within a small budget. Get inspired by what I found in the pages of their 2018 book, and then get busy.

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Posted on Sep 17, 2017

How a Decorating Duo Would Spend $200 to Update a Bedroom — Shop Like a Decorator

We’ve heard it time and again: the bedroom is often the last place you tackle decorating because it’s behind closed doors (and it seems more practical to devote your energy and dollars to the more public areas of your home). However, just because you’re not ready to take a deep dive into reimagining your sleeping quarters doesn’t mean there isn’t something you can do to spruce up the place in the meantime…sort of like a pre-makeover.

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Posted on Sep 12, 2017

Our Favorite New Bedroom Trend is Larger Than Life

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Beds have been around for thousands of years , so you’d think that we had pretty much seen everything, design-wise. But that’s where you’d be wrong. After the invention of rolled steel made modern bedframes possible, the design of the bed really took off. On a modern bed, the headboard is not so much a part of the bed’s construction as a statement that introduces the bed to the world. It anchors the bed in the room, gives it prominence, makes it a comforting feature. So it is, perhaps, unsurprising that there’s a recent trend towards making headboards bigger and bigger. I, for one, am all for it. Let’s take a look.

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Posted on Sep 11, 2017

Herringbone Pattern Floors Are Now at Your Fingertips

You’ve probably seen them in photos of stately old European buildings: scene-stealing floors, with the planks arranged in a distinctive ‘V’ shape. Perhaps you have wondered whether it would be possible to recreate the look in your own home. If so, you’ve come to the right place. There are, in fact, manufacturers who make wood flooring specifically designed to be laid in a herringbone or chevron pattern, so you don’t have to cut anything (except at edges and corners, of course). We’ve rounded up some of the best ones out there.

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Posted on Sep 9, 2017

Have We Reached Peak Moroccan?

It’s hard to pinpoint the exact moment everyone became obsessed with all things Moroccan—poufs, lanterns, tagines, tea tables. But when it comes to textiles, the picture is a little bit clearer. A few years ago, interiors with Beni Ourain rugs started popping up in shelter magazines (and on websites like this one!). Then in a watershed design moment, if you will, West Elm released the Souk Rug back in 2012 or so, and it was on.

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Posted on Sep 8, 2017

“Chic Shaker” Is Our Vote for the Next Modern Farmhouse Look

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If the meteoric rise ofFixer Upper” couple Chip and Joanna Gaines has taught us anything, it’s that our collective appetite for modern farmhouse interiors isn’t waning. The style and its hallmarks—anything from ceramic apron sinks and finishes with patina to shiplap walls and reclaimed barnwood floors—is huge in home decor right now. But if you want to be ahead of the design game, our gut’s telling us that “Chic Shaker” is what’s coming down the pipeline.

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Posted on Sep 6, 2017

The New Look For the Kitchen is More Classic Than Ever

Lately, new designs for the kitchen look more and more like old designs for the kitchen. There’s a certain style of British kitchen — vintage-style appliances, Shaker-style cabinets, a bit austere but with very traditional accents — that’s becoming very popular. Looking at these kitchens, I am struck by the fact that they look remarkably similar to some of the 1920s kitchens I came across while researching this series about the history of kitchen design . Everything old is new again — and in this case, what’s particularly old is particularly new.

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Posted on Sep 3, 2017

Shop Like a Decorator: A Designer’s Favorite 5 Things From Target (All Under $30!) — Cheap Thrills

Target fans know how easy it is for a “quick trip” (online or in person) to turn into a long meander looking at, well…everything. It seems the only problem we might run into is figuring out what not to buy. So, who better than a hip designer to help us on our next Target shopping spree?

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Posted on Sep 1, 2017

Rattan Pendants Are the Light of the Moment (& We Love Them!) — Currently Obsessed

Rattan pendants are essentially upside down baskets (without handles) with a light in them, and we love them the same anyway. They add undeniable character due to their texture and handmade quality to a home. We love them in pairs over a kitchen island, on their own as a statement chandelier in a bedroom or living room…basically, wherever they land, they’re fantastic. Whether you’re into the whole boho aesthetic or not, these are worth a look. Consider us obsessed.

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Posted on Aug 29, 2017

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