Although the past 11 months have felt more like 11 years, December is finally upon us! If you’ve checked out Instagram lately, you can see how eager people are to get this holiday season started.(more…)
No matter how you usually feel about the biannual changing of the clocks, can we all agree that no one needs an extra hour of 2020? But it’s coming our way this weekend and, with that falling back, darkness will descend earlier each day until the shortest day of the year on December 21st. And that will be something to celebrate!(more…)
College campuses are abuzz this week as students head back to school or make that move into the dorm for the first time. Big life changes are difficult, but dorm décor doesn’t have to be. Outfit your college student with all the necessities for college life and create a living space with plenty of color and style! (more…)
Our love affair with copper is hardly new. According to the Copper Development Association, a copper pendant discovered in present-day Iraq dates back to about 8700 B.C. Copper has long been prized for its versatility and alluring shine. In modern times, copper lighting and other decorative pieces are found throughout both residential and commercial spaces.
Welcoming a new baby into the world—and your home—is one of life’s greatest joys. From deciding on names to picking out teeny tiny clothes, there are so many things to look forward to even before baby makes his or her arrival. One of the most exciting is decorating the nursery .
Hygge, pronounced “hue-gah,” is the Danish concept of coziness, comfort, and simple pleasures. It’s the feeling you get when curling up with a good book next to a crackling fire, or sharing a delicious candlelit meal with loved ones, or slipping into a toasty sweater and socks on a chilly autumn night. And while hygge can be achieved in myriad ways, any Dane will tell you that one of the most important factors for creating a hyggelit environment is the right lighting.