The mid-century modern design is a classic trend that originated in the 50’s and 60’s, hence the fitting name. Since then, we’ve seen interior design inspired by this era everywhere, and it’s not set to leave any time soon.
You may have heard about hygge, which is a concept that prioritizes well-being and comfort above all else. Now, thanks to the Swedish culture, we’ve been introduced to lagom (pronounced lah-gum) which is a slightly different approach to life with a philosophy of “not too much, not too little, but just enough.”
Everyone has one: a room in their home that they avoid. There are plenty of reasons why it’s your least favorite space, but all those reasons seem unfixable — that’s why they remain ignored.
We all know that having a dedicated work space in your home is essential in staying productive and organized. But what if you just don’t have the space to create your dream office!?
I just recently moved and it was a big move — one that took me out of my childhood home in the suburbs and into a house in the city with my partner, her brother, and our three dogs.
How do you feel about one-dimensionally decorated spaces? My instant associations are the uniformly painted walls in my elementary school and high school, as well as boring and unappealing walls in hospitals.
The birds are singing, the buds are blooming and spring is officially here. It may be bright and sunny outside (or rainy, for some of us), but how do you add a little spring to your home?