Inspiration

Image via Architectural Digest It’s that time of year again when spring starts to tease us with its tantalizing rays, only to disappear and leave us with four more weeks of winter. When the weather goes hot and cold on us, it can be hard to believe it will ever just stay sunny. But in some parts of the world, temperate weather is a mainstay. Beat your winter blues by staring longingly at these tropical homes. We promise, playing pretend paradise will make you feel at least ten degrees warmer. Waters

There’s no denying that kids do a lot of adorable things. But the plethora of art projects they bring home from school? Well, those can get a little overwhelming. Are we supposed to display them all or store them in a box somewhere? Don’t get us wrong, we’re in full support of fostering our kid’s creative energy, but not everyone’s child is a natural-born Picasso. So how do you show them you’re proud of their work while maintaining the high-style of your home? We collaborated with the experts at Framebridge

Image via Architectural Digest Whether you’re single or spoken for, there’s no denying that Valentine’s Day can be a little sickeningly sweet. By the time the day arrives, we’ve been worn out by our attempts at making dinner reservations, we’ve seen way too many ads for the “perfect gift,” and we never want to taste another candy heart again. But there is one thing about this hallmark holiday that we can get behind — the colors. Although soothing blues and neutral hues are great, nothing makes us swoon like a

Interior image via C Home It’s that special time of year again when all the world’s It-girls put on their daily best and take their front row seats at Fashion Week. But everyone knows the streets are where the real fashion shows are. From New York to Paris, trendsetters strut their stuff from show to show as if they were walking the runway themselves. These ladies are photographed so frequently that we tend to know their tastes almost as well as we know our own. And some of their looks just so happen to pair

Design by David Jimenez; Photo by Joshua McHugh for Architectural Digest. We all have that little voice in the back of our heads that tells us right from wrong. It reminds us to always say thank you and excuse me, never to chew with our mouths open, and to hold the door for little old ladies. But every now and then, it’s okay to listen to the devil on your shoulder and break a rule or two. Specifically, when it comes to interior design. Forget what you’ve heard about avoiding

Photo via Architectural Digest During football season, America reacquaints themselves with their favorite NFL teams and players. We know their positions and their stats. We might even know how large their salaries are. But what do their lives look like off the field? Pretty freaking gorgeous. We rounded up the best of the best for you scrolling pleasure. If there were a Super Bowl for interior design, these NFL players’ homes would surely be the winners. Hines Ward Considered one of the greatest wide receivers in the history of the Pittsburgh Steelers, this

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

Above image from the Gotham set via The Hollywood Reporter With fall, comes many great things: sweater weather, pumpkin spice-flavored-everything, apple pie. But one of fall’s greatest gifts is the unbeatable assembly of shows that return to TV. Because it’s beginning to get colder and darker, we don’t feel quite as guilty getting totally sucked into our Netflix queues. And since we’re already watching, we may as well gather some design inspiration from our favorite shows. From returning programs to brand new binge-worthy watches, these are the shows that are giving us major design

Image Courtesy of Dior/Wallpaper Clothes are great and all. But when it comes to Fashion Week, sometimes the stage steals the show. A runway is like a canvas that sets the tone of a designer’s entire collection and over the years, we’ve seen some straight up brilliant ones. As Fall Fashion Month rolls on with upcoming shows in London, Milan and Paris, we’re revisiting some of our favorite sets from catwalks past. Coach 1941 Spring 2016 Inspired by the American West, Coach Creative Director Stuart Vevers teamed up with set designer Stefan Beckman

Rebecca Minkoff’s apartment via One Kings Lane Fashion designers — they’re just like us, right? If their homes look anything like the couture collections currently tromping down the New York Fashion Week runway, probably not. Still, we can’t help wondering about the decorating habits of the world’s most celebrated designers. From minimal mansions to maxed-out penthouses, these fashion-forward spaces are as creative and cultivated as the designers who live in them. 1. Ralph Lauren A true pioneer of the fashion world, Ralph Lauren is celebrated for both his couture and his

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