A traditional handicraft can add warmth and character to a space. A graphic Amish quilt suspended as a headboard, a braided rag rug anchoring the coffee table, Grandma’s crocheted, zig-zag throw draped over the arm of a club chair.
Or colorful, textural crewel embroidery.
As a young girl, I spent many an evening cranking out chain and satin stitches, and flocks of french knots. […] Read more »
So simple, yet effective.
When I found Lexi Adams’ dresser transformation, I pounded my forehead – why didn’t I think to do that? Here’s the Before and After and the scoop on the fresh look this Brooklyn, NY photographer got with a little paint, elbow grease, and good advice from Dad.
HomeWorkshop (HW): Are you a design-diva, big into DIY and decorating, or was this […] Read more »
by Sherri Blum
Here’s the latest decor forecast for the little ones’ rooms, from our Nursery and Kids Room Design Expert and Contributor, Sherri Blum. A pioneer specialist for children’s-room interior design, Sherri designs for celebrities, and for the baby next door.
Happy New Year! Besides recovering from the holiday madness festivities, the beginning of each year usually means I’ll be interviewed by several Web sites, […] Read more »
The New Year is a fantastic time for us all to step back, take a breath, and take stock of where we’ve been and where we’d like to go. After a week under the weather, I am doing just that.
I thought you’d like to re-visit (or perhaps visit for the first time) some wonderful resolution advice from ten design experts. So dive into the […] Read more »
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on January 6th, 2011