Editors’ Picks

Image via Domino When it comes to design, mom really does know best. Yes, she’s made a few style mistakes over the years (the 1980s was a tricky decade for all of us!) but, for the most part, she’s always had an excellent eye for what works and what doesn’t. So, in honor of Mother’s Day, Laurel & Wolf staffers are sharing the best design lessons learned from their moms. Read on, and then call your mama. “Your home is your personal refuge. Create a space that makes you happy.”

We’ve been invited into the homes of some truly special people this year. As 2017 draws to a close, we’re looking back at some of the amazing clients, memories, and spaces that made 2017 a magical year of design. From a TV star’s new family home to a retro vacation pad in Palm Springs, these are the makeovers that made our year! A special thanks to those that helped along the way, and every other design we did – we love them all! Gray Malin’s Coastal Creative Studio Gray Malin’s

Image via Architectural Digest Miami Beach’s tropical climate and sandy white beaches make it a popular vacation destination all year long. But for one week in December, the exhilarating city also known for its nightlife, and budding art scene devotes itself entirely to the latter. Enter Art Basel. The international fair showcases the finest in contemporary art and draws a crowd of everyone from gallerists and collectors to celebrities, influencers, and party people. If you won’t be among the attendees this year, that’s okay, we’ve done a little research for

Humans may have more in common with bears than we think. When the temperatures drop, most of us like to hide away until the sun returns. But unlike bears, we prefer to hibernate in cozy corners stacked with blankets rather than deep inside dark caves. From reading nooks made for curling up with a gripping novel to window seats with perfect snowfall views, these are the cozy corners we’re dying to hide in this season. Scandinavian Whites Bright, white corners flooded with natural light are perfect for beating the winter blues.

Any good guest knows that the number one rule of attending a holiday party is to never show up empty-handed. A bottle of wine is fine but giving a thoughtful gift that elevates your hostess’s home will show that you appreciate their effort – and guarantee you a return invitation. Read on for our favorite hostess gifts and shop them all in the Laurel & Wolf Holiday Gift Guide. Cutting-Edge Tastes Utility Kitchen Collection, Oil + Vinegar Set, $23.00 / Olive Wood Rustic Cutting Board, $47.00 Help them spice up

Best Lamps Under $150

By: Sarah Beaumont

October 6, 2017

Lighting. Unless the power goes out, it’s one of those things we take for granted in the contemporary world. But truthfully, it’s an essential of every space. And not only that — lamps and chandeliers act as the jewelry of our homes. They create ambiance and can add some serious flair to a side table or ceiling. But as essential as they may be, the pretty ones can be pricey. So we sourced a selection of lamps under $150 to help you illuminate your space, no matter your budget. Marble

Image via Boca Do Lobo You know that feeling when you see something (usually a pricey something) that you just have to have? Your first reaction is to resist temptation. Next, you try to find ways to justify the lofty purchase. Before you know it, the item is following you everywhere, from sidewalk ads to Facebook ads. You think about it when going to bed at night and you might even see it in your dreams. At that point, we usually just cave and buy it. And sometimes, it’s not a terrible idea to go that

You know that feeling when someone compliments a piece of clothing that you’ve had forever? “Oh, this old thing?” you say, secretly pleased with your ability to fool the eye into thinking your clothes are nicer than they are. That’s how we feel when someone mistakenly identifies a piece of our furniture for a way fancier version. To be completely truthful, there are a lot of good lookalikes out there. Of course, nothing compares to a real Eames chair or a beautiful Tom Dixon pendant light, but when an affordable piece looks

Sometimes it’s okay to act on impulse. We do it all the time when we grab happy hour drinks or go to the grocery store, so why not when buying home goods? We get it. Home goods are typically a lot more expensive than your average drink, but they’re also a lot more permanent. Sometimes one little item is all it takes to add major personality to your space. So next time you’re going out to dinner, you might want to consider what 50 bucks will buy you instead. From

If you have a giant walk-in closet with plenty of shelf space and neat rows of racks, then a dresser may not be 100% necessary. But if you’re like the rest of us, then keeping your wardrobe organized is a lot easier when you have a set of drawers to accompany your closet. Though dressers can fall on the pricier side of the furniture market, they’re an essential piece you’ll have for years to come. From luxe mirrored bureaus to classic mid-century ones, we’ve gathered 22 dressers under $1000 that will

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