The guest room is often the ugly stepchild in home design. Why spend a lot of time, effort, and money making a room stylish and beautiful when it sits unused much of the time?
Our friends Barry and Jordan, aka the Brownstone Boys, beg to differ. When they decided to renovate the guest bedroom in their 130-year-old Brooklyn brownstone, they went all out to make it one of the prettiest rooms in the house. (more…)
When we launched our new Timber & Ore collection last December, we knew that homeowners, designers, and lighting enthusiasts would love the addition of warm wood to our classic lighting styles. And if our Instagram hashtag, #mybarnlight, is any indication, we were spot on with that prediction! (more…)
Most designers will admit that designing a kid’s bedroom is loads of fun. The trick is creating a space that not only serves the wee one when they’re small but that can be relevant, fun, and easy to upgrade as they mature. (more…)
There are many advantages to buying a spec home from a builder. After all, it’s brand new and there’s no long wait to move in! And while some people love avoiding the countless decisions that come when building a custom home, that factor also lands on the downside of spec homes. (more…)
Transforming a whimsical child’s bedroom into a more elegant and upscale guest room qualifies as a major remodel. Cecilia approached this task recently in her Sharpsburg, Georgia, home with this photograph from a magazine as inspiration.
As an interior designer and the mom of two young children, Maggie Natarelli loves creating spaces that aren’t too fussy and feel accessible yet are beautiful and lasting.
“Young parents deserve good design too!” Maggie says. Based in New York, she recently worked with a family with three-year-old and five-year-old girls. Everything in the home is kid friendly and there are no spaces off limits to the children.