If your design style is constantly influx, give Pinterest a break and consider a more unlikely (but spot on) source of inspo: your horoscope. Not only does your sign spill the beans about your personality—like your tendency to get cranky at the flick of an emotional switch, or your ability to face danger without batting an eyelash—it also speaks volumes about your aesthetic. To fuel your next home project, we’ve put together some suggestions, taking our cues from the stars. Aquarius | January 20 – February 18 Don’t be fooled

Let us begin with a disclaimer – you’re allowed to decorate your space however you like, no matter your age. We’re not here to discourage personal style. So, while age is just a number, it does play into the decorating decisions we make. (We probably all look back on those dorm room days and wonder what was going on.) Naturally, our tastes mature as we do. And certain life phases mean different needs when it comes to designing our homes. Think about it – when you’re in your 20s, your

The trends of the past are constantly inspiring the trends of the present. Whether in fashion or interior design, looks from decades gone by are recycled repeatedly. The home, in particular, is a place where antiques and vintage decor can live among new pieces in perfect harmony. But where does our personal style come from? How do the trends of the past define our current tastes? Take the quiz to find out which decade inspires your design style!

Image via Architectural Digest We have a confession — we’re starting to tire of the white-on-white look that’s been dominating our Pinterest feeds. Don’t get us wrong, neutrals are necessary, but when it comes to color, we’re craving the unexpected. Few people think to pair shades of black and yellow or purple and green together when painting walls or choosing decor. But when done right, uncommon color combinations can make a seriously chic statement. From salmon pink and forest green to citrus and cerulean, these unexpected color schemes are bringing spaces together

Image via Studio McGee It’s a little bit country, it’s a little bit industrial. There’s even a touch of minimalism to it, and people just can’t seem to get enough. Modern Farmhouse style is the design look of the moment. So what exactly is it? Well, if you’ve ever caught an episode of HGTV’s Fixer Upper, there’s your answer. A blend of rustic, cottage-like details and modern sensibilities, the farmhouse look strikes the perfect balance between homey and chic. Which is probably why so many people dig it. To get the look

Image via One Kings Lane We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: traditional décor deserves its moment in the spotlight. And as it turns out, it’s getting one. After years of boho minimalism and mid-century modern spaces, designers are returning to their roots. But not in a stuffy or overly formal way like you might think. Classic motifs, plenty of decoration, and a totally cohesive layout are elements that define trad design. And when you put your own spin on it, a little tradition can go a long

Dining rooms. They’re where we host holiday gatherings, have rambling long convos with our friends and fam, and where we throw impromptu dinner parties. They’re the setting for some of our favorite memories. But they can also be one of the priciest rooms to decorate. Thankfully, with a good plan, you can get a space worthy of your favorite dining companions regardless of your budget. So we called upon Laurel & Wolf designer Amy Jacob to design a modern Scandinavian dining room at three different price points. Read on for

Image via C Home, designed and owned by Richard Shapiro Remember the dream house of the early 2000s? All the coolest celebs were living in faux Mediterranean style mansions with gaudy chandeliers, yellowy beige walls, and shiny, sepia-toned tiles. After a while, Mediterranean design started to lose its allure in favor of cool, minimal palettes. But this is a style with staying power. When executed correctly, it’s sophisticated, comfortable, and just plain stunning. So along with the warm, earthy tones and natural textures currently trending in design, we’re revisiting one

Big news! Today we’re launching an exclusive multi-platform partnership with The Home Depot. Now you’ll be able to get professional services both online and in-person for every stage of your home projects, from online interior design to purchasing and home installation. To celebrate, we’ve teamed up to transform a living room with all of our favorite furniture and decor from The Home Depot. Read on for design tips and tricks and shop the look below. Redecorating your living room? It’s harder than it looks. Whether it’s a rug that’s too small for

Image via Architectural Digest A dining room table without chairs is like a car without a steering wheel. It’s simply not functional. But if you want your space to look put together, you can’t pair just any old chair and table. Whether you like an industrial vibe in your home or your tastes are more traditional, we’ve hunted down winning dining table and chair combos to suit every style. Plus, they’re affordable. Read on to find your perfect pair! Scandinavian Simplicity Taking cues from clean-lined Nordic style, this pair fuses classic

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