Image via The Glitter Guide Fringe–the boho-inspired fashion trend beloved by the music festival crowd–is now poised to become one of the hottest home decor trends of the summer. This quirky style has been on the rise ever since it hit the fashion runways in Paris and New York for the Fall 2018 shows. But, here’s the thing: you don’t have to be a slave to fashion or even nostalgic for the design vibes of the 70s to be on board with fringe at home. There are plenty of easy

Photo by Michelle Kenyon At Laurel & Wolf, we believe you’re never too young to get inspired by great design! Creating a functional space for your little one is important but there is also plenty of room during the design process to encourage exploration and create moments that will delight your child’s imagination. The perfect example of this is Valeria Girimonte and Alexis Bernard‘s new space for their daughter, Camille. With the help of one of our designers, Estie Kessler, they wanted to create a romantic, playful and serene room

We love a good before and after story. The more dramatic, the better! Most importantly, we believe every home transformation comes down to creating a space that perfectly reflects your style and makes you happy. Check out a few of the most amazing before and afters we’ve completed; maybe they will inspire you to start your own redesign! Catt Sadler Catt, a former E! News host, loves a glam space and asked us to help create an elevated room that was ready for entertaining. “I think my personal style is warm and

Kitchen makeovers are notoriously pricey and so overwhelming that many skip them altogether. From cabinets to flooring to backsplashes, it can be hard to know where to begin! That’s where Laurel & Wolf comes in. Our interior designers know exactly how to transform a space on a budget. So, when our friends at Good Morning America called us recently, to see if we could quickly remodel the outdated kitchen of one of their viewers, we got to work. See the results here! As you can see, we got a lot

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.”

Does your home feel like your refuge, or is it kind of…generic? It can seem challenging, especially in a rented space, to make your place feel like your own. But you don’t need a big budget to personalize your pad. A designer at Laurel & Wolf can help channel your unique likes, quirks and personality and translate them into different pieces of your decor. Display Your Memories These days, we all have enough personal photos to cover every inch of our walls. While you probably don’t want to turn your

Our friends at What’s Up Moms, (the number one parenting network on YouTube), called us recently with an urgent request. They had an empty new space in the Century City neighborhood of Los Angeles that required design help, but they needed it done in six days, in time for their upcoming shoot. We love a challenge, so our team quickly got to work, taking their color palette and inspiration in mind. We decided not to reveal the completed space to co-founders Meg Resnikoff and Elle Walker until a few hours

While you’ll certainly be seeing more green in the month of March—everything from hair to food is tinted—there are plenty of reasons to consider adding this vibrant shade to your home as well. In addition to being on trend (green marble, we’re looking at you), this energizing hue also provides a nice break from our obsession with neutrals. Here are five shades to consider trying now. Kelly Green Highly saturated with a little more yellow than blue, this shade manages to straddle the line between bright or more dramatic depending

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

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