Did Uncle Sam come through with a generous tax refund this year? Put it to good use by making a splash in your bathroom with one of these quick improvements.
As gratifying as it is to host a houseful of guests, it’s OK to admit that it also brings its share of stress. Prepping for guests means there’s cleaning to do, meals to plan and cook, and entertaining to schedule. It’s no wonder getting the guest bathroom ready can slide down the to-do list.
Leyla Jaworski is more than an award-winning interior designer. She’s a style whisperer able to transform your living space into a jewel box beyond imagination.
Unless you’ve designed your home from the floor plan to the fixtures, there are probably a few things you’d like to update. Perhaps the vivid paint better suits the previous owners, or the bathroom looks like a time capsule from another decade.
Some rules are meant to be broken. Here, Katrina Stumbos, an interior designer in Sacramento, Calif., debunks the top four bathroom decorating commandments (who made these things up, anyway?).
This post is by Nicole Davis, owner of Nicole Davis Interiors in Orange County, California. We thank her for showing off this stunning finished space. See more of the designer’s work at nicoledavisinteriors.com.
Everything you need to know before you shop for a ready-made vanity, with help from Build.com, one of our select online shopping partners that offers solutions for all your
Summer in all its warm, sunlit perfection is a wonderful time to give your kitchen and bathroom a refresh with the best of the season’s trends. Thankfully, these design ideas are strong enough to shine in any season.
The laundry room is a hardworking space where a laundry faucet can really shine.
The kitchen is the hub of the home, so building the perfect kitchen is more than just selecting the chicest countertops or installing the prettiest backsplash.
Whether you’re revamping a powder room or starting a master suite from scratch, you’ll need a bathroom faucet that fits. Here’s how to ensure the one you pick is The One.
This post is by Lauren Daniel. We thank her for sharing her inspiration and beautiful work. See more at theeffortlesschic.com.
You see them every day, and they’re in your line of sight when you’re cooking, doing dishes and cleaning. If you’ve become blind to your boring kitchen cabinet doors or they’re in dire need of a refresh, there are many things you can do that won’t break your budget.
This Delta Faucet-sponsored post is by our friend, lifestyle blogger Alyson Seligman. Many thanks to her for this post and for always sharing inspiration. See more from her at themodernsavvy.com.
When it comes to DIY for beginners, how do you know where to start? What trends are up and coming? To help guide your next project, we spent some time with interior designer Brian Patrick Flynn of HGTV fame.
As a hub of activity in the home, the kitchen should feel open and inviting. In smaller kitchens where space is at a premium, however, establishing an airy atmosphere can be a challenge. Here are our tips for making a cramped kitchen feel more roomy.
If bathroom space in your home is at a premium, your kids’ bathroom may double as the guest washroom. Finding the right balance of playfulness and maturity might seem challenging.
What’s the latest home interior color trend we’re absolutely loving? Sage. This mellow shade of green is back in vogue, and we can’t wait for homeowners and renters to start incorporating the tone into their homes.
This post is by our friend, interior designer and artist Rachel Pereira. We thank Rachel for sharing her inspiration and beautiful work. See more from the designer at shadesofblueinteriors.com.
Although it would be fun to gut and redesign a kitchen from the floor up, you don’t have to spend a mint to give your space a facelift. Instead of making sweeping changes that require contractors and a big chunk of your savings, focus on small changes that create a big impression.
Small spaces are the perfect opportunity to spread your wings and get wild with design. Our favorite tiny areas to reinvent are powder rooms. With square footage already at a premium, you needn’t concern yourself with worrying whether a certain color makes the room look diminutive.
This guest post is from our friend Jennifer Holmes of Dear Lillie. If you like her style, check out her design, decor and lifestyle blog.
They’re chopped and spilled on, do double-duty as food-prep and dining surfaces, and act as homework desks and race-car tracks on the fly. Luckily, the newest countertop materials can stand up to it all—and look good doing it.
Choosing countertops for your kitchen or bathroom used to be that thing you did after you chose the cabinets, the floor and the backsplash—all it took was a trip to the stone yard or home improvement store for a granite slab that pulled the whole look together.
Autumn is the season for cozy sweaters, evenings around the fireplace and pumpkin-spice everything. Are you ready to put summer to rest and welcome the new fall breeze?
Imagine lathering up in an open shower with the feel and look of a luxury spa. Instead of a raised threshold, the entry on a barrier-free shower is flush with the floor, creating a seamless surface that pleases the eye.
This Delta Faucet-sponsored post is by our friend, interior designer and buyer Brooke Christen. Thanks to Brooke for always sharing her inspiration and beautiful work. See more from her at NestingWithGrace.com.
Once upon a time, using concrete in a home as anything beyond a structural material would have been rare. Thankfully, the evolution of home design and the exploration of new and inventive ways to decorate your space have meant the welcoming of concrete as a design element.
Moving into a new home offers a fresh start and opportunity to create a space that serves your family and lifestyle. As the heart and hearth of the home, your kitchen is a top priority for being set up properly.
This guest post is from our friend Carrie Waller of Dream Green DIY. If you like her style, check out her design, crafts and lifestyle blog.