This is the biggest bedroom that Diane Mohamed has ever had, and due to the sloped ceiling, the most challenging to decorate. “It looked cavernous, cold, and characterless,” says the founder of MOMO Interior Design. Mohamed knew she’d need to go bold, but was also committed to a predominantly black and white palette. “I wanted to stay neutral for the longer lasting items, then bring in color with accessories so I can swap them out from time to time,” she says. Her choices did the
If you have a gap between your kitchen cabinets and the ceiling, then you might well be wondering how to fill this space. Decorating above kitchen cabinets is a wonderful way to fill the space with an attractive feature, rather than just letting it gather dust.
Whether you prefer a classic look with lots of detailing or something more modern, these decorating above kitchen cabinet ideas will provide you with the inspiration you need to create a scheme that fits your home’s period, your decorating style and the room’s proportions.
If you’re looking for more kitchen cabinet ideas, these clever
Collating your favorite kitchen ideas is a priority – and always the fun bit – when rethinking your new-look kitchen. These ideas – whether kitchen looks you like, surface materials or cabinetry styles – can then be worked into your ideal layout, the practical key to getting your kitchen right. A kitchen can, after all, look fantastic but if it fails to function as a workspace, it can be hugely disappointing.
These kitchen ideas are our very favorites – you can save the images you love, then start the hard work: looking at everything, from where to put your recycling
Each week, Mansion Global tackles a topic with an elite group of designers from around the world who work on luxury properties. This week, we look at how to decorate your primary bedroom with bold wallpaper.
Bold wallpaper—think florals, geometric patterns, tropical prints and intense colors—is having a moment. After years of a clean aesthetic and muted tones dominating modern interior design trends, a bigger is better approach is finding its way in.
Wallpaper that’s anything but subtle can be incorporated into any space in your house where you want to add pop, whether that means a powder room, office
Orange pumpkins have become synonymous with Halloween, but it’s time to ditch tradition for a color and texture upgrade.
Herbes, the owner of House of Hipsters, suggested leaning into more subtle colors like cream, white, and black so the decor can seamlessly transition from Halloween to autumn.
Remember the joy of decorating your room as a child? Getting to take control of what was on the walls and your bed was a form of self-expression and a taste of freedom. And many kids are needing a bit of freedom as the new school year starts — along with a fresh look now that school is out of bedrooms and back in classrooms.
Here are some tips and ideas for kids still living at home and those heading off to college.
Trendy dorm decor
If you want to send your kids off to college with some trendy items,
Whether you’re living in a shared dorm or your childhood bedroom, at Seventeen, we believe you can make any space stylish, all while on a budget. That’s why we polled you, our readers, on the biggest decorating hurdles you face whatever your situation. Then, we partnered with House Beautiful to tap some of their favorite designers to advise. In this installment: The dorm room.
Whoever told you that a dorm room couldn’t be stylish and functional clearly didn’t speak to the right people. That’s right, you heard it here first — your dorm room aesthetic can absolutely be on