If you only make one New Year’s resolution, make it a commitment to creating a home you love to come home to. Not sure where to begin? That’s where Laurel & Wolf comes in. We specialize in easy, fun and affordable home transformations. To get your design juices flowing, we partnered with one of our go-to designers, Gwendolyn Gibbish, to show how little details and new statement pieces can refresh your space in a big way.  As you can see, we started with a pretty blank canvas. We knew we

So here’s what happened—you pulled off an elaborate Thanksgiving gathering, and even though your guests left wildly impressed, you were a little spent. A month later, you didn’t learn from your mistake and decided to invite everyone back to ring in the New Year. Expectations are high. Your energy, however, is low. It doesn’t have to be daunting. In fact, with a bit of smart planning—plus a hard-and-fast goal for doing things with as little effort as possible—you might get to kick back and relax the day away. Here’s your

Image via Sony Pictures As far as we’re concerned, the holidays don’t really count until you’ve watched A Christmas Story at least three times. And with the big day just a few weeks away, there’s only so much time to see all the best seasonal flicks. Since we have a tendency to search for design inspo in every movie, we’ve obviously paid special attention to the interiors in our favorite holiday films. And just as expected, they serve up sleigh-loads of decorating ideas. So cue the Christmas playlist and blast

If there’s ever a time to overdo it in the decorating department, it’s the holiday season. But frankly, all those twinkling lights and red and green festooned surfaces can be pretty overwhelming. After all, not everyone wants their living room to look like Santa’s workshop. So if you’re craving less of a Christmas look this year but fear being labeled a Grinch, then you’re in luck, because according to Pinterest’s holiday data report, seasonal simplicity is in. From wreaths and tabletop decor to Christmas trees themselves, these traditional trimmings are

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.

Image via One Kings Lane After years of Cali casual and boho slouchy interiors, Traditionalism is making a graceful comeback, from wingback chairs to chintz to heirloom rugs. The great thing about traditional design is that it’s timeless, sophisticated and perpetually in style. The challenge is making it feel fresh. Whether you live in a prewar apartment that’s begging for an upgrade or simply have a taste for tradition, these neo-trad tricks will set your décor in a fresh direction. Clear the Way for Contemporary Elements Neo-traditional decor feels fresh when contemporary materials

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

Image via Homey Oh My Can you believe it’s almost Thanksgiving? It seems like we leaped from Labor Day to the holiday season in two seconds flat. We are now just days away from the big event, and if you’re like us (total procrastinators), your to-do list is getting longer by the minute. If you’re feeling a little panicky, take a deep breath. We’re here to help! Before you scour Pinterest for ideas, take a look at our four simple tips to planning a stress-free Thanksgiving. Do Away With Themed

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