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Self-care–a focus on your mental and physical health–is everything right now but it doesn’t only apply to beauty routines, clean eating and exercise. Self-care starts at home. It’s about waking up every day in a room that makes you happy and promotes positivity. That means finally saying farewell to damaged decor that could be harmful to your health and placing a renewed focus on creating a space that puts your mind at ease. Here are five ways you can instantly spread some love to your space. Incorporate Natural Elements When

Image via Natalie Kraiem Let’s see if you can relate to this all too familiar scene: After a long day at work, you collapse into bed, only to watch your mattress fall into the floor. Your exhaustion is immediately replaced with frustration. But it doesn’t have to be! Skip the pity party and treat yourself to a bedroom makeover that gives you the sanctuary you deserve. From investing in a quality mattress to fostering a soothing atmosphere with soft lighting, here’s how you can upgrade your bedroom into a room

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

With Venice in their backyard, cyber security company, Signal Sciences is making more than waves in the Silicon Beach scene. And, like most flourishing tech start-ups, long hours and late night collaborations often come with the territory. According to Co-Founder and CEO Andrew Peterson, “The team spends so much time in the space that you figure you’d want to invest in making it really amazing. Something that people are excited about spending 40 plus hours a week in.” With the help of Laurel & Wolf and their Designer Stacey Cohen, Signal Sciences has become more than just an