We bet you didn’t realize that the models strutting down the catwalk in New York City wouldn’t only be influencing your wardrobe. Thanks to the trickle-down effect we see in the industry, the colors and patterns that show up during New York Fashion Week often end up in your living room too. Here’s a closer look at four trends that can go from runway to real life. Animal prints: Practically a neutral, a good leopard print is just as versatile as basic black. We see animal prints cycle in and

Today, we’re introducing a new series, called Meet our Client. This is the spot where you’ll hear the real stories behind some of our favorite home redesigns! First up, meet Alex Levine, a Kansas City native who has redesigned her entire home using Laurel & Wolf. Take a look at the renovation of her master bedroom! What brought you to Laurel & Wolf? “Google–and trial and error. I tried a couple of competitive sites, but they didn’t deliver what I needed or get my style like L&W designers. I am

There is a certain amount of magic that goes into the design experience at Laurel & Wolf. Our designers are experts at taking your photos, inspiration and room goals and bringing them to life. So, how, exactly, do they do it? We recently recreated the design experience, IRL, on the set of our latest commercial with our founder and CEO Leura Fine, who also happens to be an experienced interior designer. Who better to show how it works? Leura combined unexpected color combos to create a chic and comfy living

Whether you’re single or attached the great thing about Valentine’s Day is that it’s a moment of appreciation for the people you love—not to mention it breaks up the post-Christmas winter monotony. Plus it’s the perfect excuse to get people together. Instead of wasting money on throw-away festive decor (we’re looking at you stuffed gorilla holding a heart) why not choose some decorations with staying power. Here are some of our favorites: Blush place settings: Practically a neutral, the millennial pink you see everywhere looks nice on glassware too. Place

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

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