Cookie cutter homes, begone. These days, interior design is all about customizations and over-the-top colour and flair. Bring a point of interest into your space with a painted wall –
I love wandering through vintage and antique stores, looking for one-of-a-kind finds from days gone by. While the search is fun in itself, items like this tend to have a high price tag.
Are you starting to get the holiday itch? I admit it: I like to wait until December 1 to put up my Christmas decorations…but that doesn’t mean I can’t get a little inspiration ahead of time!
Decorating your home is a very personal business, no matter what some might say. There are many tips that show you how to properly match colours and decorating styles, but unfortunately, they’re often aimed at a pretty wide audience, which is why it’s understandable if you find them a bit impersonal.
It’s only natural to get festive as soon as December hits. The Christmas tree is up, presents wrapped and your favourite Christmas songs are on repeat.
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.”