Image via Vogue.com Fashion’s biggest event of the year–the Met Gala–took New York City by storm last night, with Rihanna, Kendall Jenner, Kate Moss, Blake Lively and many more stars, models and designers celebrating the grand opening of the exhibition “Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination,” at the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute. If you like fashion, there is no bigger night to stay home, constantly refresh Instagram and take in all those gorgeous gowns. If home design is more your thing (yes!), the red carpet also happens

Image via Domino When it comes to design, mom really does know best. Yes, she’s made a few style mistakes over the years (the 1980s was a tricky decade for all of us!) but, for the most part, she’s always had an excellent eye for what works and what doesn’t. So, in honor of Mother’s Day, Laurel & Wolf staffers are sharing the best design lessons learned from their moms. Read on, and then call your mama. “Your home is your personal refuge. Create a space that makes you happy.”

At Laurel & Wolf, we’re known for designing beautiful spaces for our clients but starting today, we’re expanding into a brand new category: furniture. The move toward furniture design happened pretty naturally for us; our clients often ask for pieces they can’t find and, after looking more closely at our data, we noticed some clear opportunities where the market simply wasn’t offering the items they wanted. Instead of waiting for someone else to create them, our CEO, Leura Fine, got to work. Lady Wolf, our first foray into this space,

After a long winter of epic snowstorms and wicked downpours, we’re ready to shed the heavy blankets and throws that got us through the season and make some much-needed changes to our home decor. If you’re feeling the same way, check out our easy guide to spring’s hottest trends. The key here: you don’t have to spend a lot to freshen things up! If you love terrazzo, try it on a coaster set. Or, if a statement ceiling piques your interest, pick up a bold can of paint, invite a

Tax season strikes fear into the hearts (and bank accounts) of many. But if you’re lucky, all the pain of pouring over W2s and hunting down deductions will culminate in a nice, big chunk of change. According to IRS filing data, the average American tax return is between $2800-3,000. So what to do with all that cash? No surprise here, we’re planning to spend it on our homes! But instead of splurging on trends that will go out of style, why not invest in improvements that will raise your home’s value over the long

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