Living Room

We all know someone who has put our needs before their own. For many of us that person is our parent, who was always there to lift us up or make us feel better when we were ill, or a friend who showed us how to laugh again when we were at our lowest. At Laurel & Wolf, we thought, wouldn’t it be great if we could give back to someone who has been generous with us in a big way? The holidays present the perfect chance to acknowledge the

With Fall comes countless temptations to indulge in pumpkin spice lattes, caramel apples, and not to mention, Thanksgiving dinners. While we typically find ourselves at the gym in anticipation of Summer, colder weather is a great reason to get started on a new workout regimen from home. Similar to the way a new outfit may encourage you to make the trek to the gym, having a well kept workout space may inspire you to stay active year-round. Read on for our stylish tips on organizing and storing your fitness equipment and accessories!  1. Display your yoga mats in

You’ve decided that it’s time to totally transform your living room: whether it’s because you’re moving into your first real home, hosting the family reunion this summer, or because you just feel like it (which we fully support!). The good news is that you can completely change the look of your living room for under $10,000. For a budget of this size, you’ll easily be able to buy: matching armchairs or seating a couch or sectional a coffee table side tables floor lamps and table lamps an area rug accessories and wall

We’ve already explored how you can design your living room for under $1,000, and this week we’re upgrading our budget to something between $4,000 – $6,000. At this price point, you can definitely makeover your entire space with some gorgeous furniture! Expect to be able to buy: a couch or sofa an area rug a coffee table at least one side table armchairs or accent chairs 1 or 2 pieces of wall decor We’ve put together 3 different design looks to give you an idea of what you can get with a medium

You’re ready to design your living room with Laurel & Wolf! Woohoo! You take your free style quiz, you fill out your design brief, and you get to a little box that says, ‘What’s your budget for this room?’…. Uh oh. NO. CLUE. Don’t worry, you’re not alone. Most people aren’t sure exactly where to set their budget when they begin to design their homes. We’re starting a new series to help you get clear on your budget for your space! A typical, complete living room makeover usually ends up

Ah, paint. Whether you need to conceal the mysterious marks left on the wall by the last homeowners or tenants, make your space feel cozier, or you’re just plain old bored with the current look of your living room, there is nothing quite like the effect a fresh coat of paint can have on a room. Best of all, it’s an easy way to transform your living room without breaking the bank. From eclectic to traditional, we’ve got you covered with these 12 brilliant paint techniques. 1. Enlarge your living room with reflective,

Designing a small space can be tricky, especially if you have a living room so tiny your legs practically hit the wall when you’re lounging around. These little hacks will give your living room the illusion of spaciousness while maintaining functionality so you can do everything from throwing a chic cocktail party to cozying up on the couch with your real best friend, Netflix. 1. Let the sun shine. In any interior space natural light is your best friend. If you’re lucky enough to have big windows, leave them uncovered or

The West Elm Antwerp Sofa You’re designing your living room, but have no idea where to set your budget! We hear you, and we’re here to help. When deciding on your budget, it’s best to start with the most expensive piece in your living room… and usually, that’s your couch! If you want to save a lot, consider keeping the couch that you already have in your space. That will leave a big chunk of your budget to other details! If you’re shopping for a new couch, keep your mind open and

If you’re like us, then you’ve been counting down the days to the newest season of Mad Men. Since episode one, we’ve been swooning over the mid-century set design that production designer Dan Bishop and set decorator Amy Wells magnificently created. DON DRAPER’S LIVING ROOM Don Draper’s sprawling, high rise space is truly a time capsule from the world of 1960’s New York. It satisfies all of our mid-century fantasies of cultured, sexy and cosmopolitan with layers of texture and color. The mid-century modern aesthetic is easily achievable with these Mad Men-inspired furnishings. Form and function

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