Master Bedroom

Photo via Decorpad Feeling motivated? Us too. After a brisk jog and a green juice this morning, we meditated, signed up to volunteer more and decided that we were finallllllly going to get around to investing more. Oh and budgeting. And no more impulse shopping. Also, meatless Mondays. Ooh and maybe we’ll clean out the closet. But a few weeks into the new year, our Netflix queue is calling, we’re back to hitting the snooze alarm and who left that pint of Ben & Jerry’s in the fridge?!  Staying motivated

Airbnb and other vacation rental services have completely changed the way we travel, allowing us to live like a local in locales around the world. But what’s often missing in these experiences is a hotel-worthy design. Airbnb owner Lauren Otero knew that her LA bungalow‘s look was far too basic for its funky Silverlake neighborhood. Due to the popularity of the area, she had solid bookings, but was making significantly less than the average nearby hotel’s per-night rates.  Could design be the culprit? She teamed up with designer James Tabb to find out, transforming the one-bedroom

Sleeping isn’t something that Meg Resnikoff does much of. Nearly any mom of three young children can sympathize, particularly one with a career like Meg’s. After graduating from Standford University, she went to work for large corporations in both San Francisco and Los Angeles, until she was struck by an “aha” moment that changed the course of her professional life. “After having my second child and being out of the corporate world for a number of years, I really wanted to do something I was passionate about. And there’s nothing I’m more

You never forget your first love, and that’s exactly what Venice Beach was for consultant, Lisa Finn. She moved to the bohemian beach enclave more than 17 years ago, enamored of the live-and-let-live lifestyle. “There was a real sense of community and acceptance there, and the diversity that existed was very stimulating,” she explains. But as the once laidback locale rapidly gentrified, Lisa began to feel that she had overstayed her welcome. Saying goodbye to the place that she had long called home felt like the end of an era,

With Fall in full swing, now is the perfect time to find a proper place for all your precious lipsticks and hair products — once and for all. Beauty products have a tendency to stack up and easily become a mix of miscellaneous objects you hardly use or can’t seem to find when you need to. Apply these tips and tricks to create a vanity that’s stylish, organized, and adds fuel to your daily beauty regimen.  1. Provide a pretty surface for your beauty products. The first step to an organized vanity table

Whether you’re a city apartment dweller or living the white-picket-fence dream, your bedroom should be the main destination of your home. After all, you spend 25 years of your life in bed (yes, seriously!) so it better be comfy and look good too! We’ve got 3 easy ways to pull your space together with a budget of $3-5k. Scroll down for more design inspiration!  Bedroom From $3-5k: Coastal Modern Style Tip #1: Your bedroom is not just your bed. So many people get stuck in the idea that their bedroom should JUST

We’re huge fans of Crane & Canopy here at L&W. Not only is the quality of Crane & Canopy sheets unmatched for it’s price but they have a variety of colors and patterns that our designers love! We invited Crane & Canopy’s founders Karin and Chris to answer some burning questions we have about bedding, and we learned a ton about the textiles we spend most of our (sleeping) hours in! L&W: What does thread count mean? Should we go for the gold with 800 count or is 350 sufficient?

Never underestimate the importance of a well designed bedroom. Your bedroom should be your happy place; if you’re living with roommates it may be the only space you have to make uniquely yours, and if you live on your own your bedroom should be your personal retreat. It doesn’t cost a fortune to create a beautiful bedroom interior design! Our tips: Pick a beautiful bed frame. There’s nothing more depressing than a naked mattress. Fill out the negative space. Negative space is essentially empty space, and the best way to fill

Spring has sprung, and it’s a great time of the year for a bedroom overhaul! Brighten up your space with some new fabrics, art and furniture. We’ve put together a classic, colorful bedroom to help inspire the makeover you’ve been dreaming about without breaking the bank. OUR RECOMMENDATIONS: This genuine French antique crystal and brass chandelier is a show-stopping fixture that’s sure to add elegance and warmth to any bedroom. A richly upholstered bed is both classic and luxurious. The tufted headboard offers the perfect solution for adding texture to a flat design. Enjoy sipping tea

As a successful television personality and a mother of four, you can imagine that Brooke Burke is a busy woman. With no time to even think about designing her new Malibu condo, Brooke enlisted some much-needed help from Laurel & Wolf. In conjunction with MYHABIT, an expert Laurel & Wolf designer transformed Brooke’s condo from bare bones to a beachside dream space filled with eclectic décor. Renovating the living room, sitting room, and master bedroom was a lot of work but watching the space evolve into a beautiful beach pad

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