Bathroom sinks come in a dizzying array of styles. Not that we’re complaining. If you’re anything like us, you love that kid-in-a-candy-store feeling. But unlike candy, which is inexpensive and quickly consumed, once you purchase a sink, it’s going to be in your bathroom for a while. So you need to put considerably more thought […]
We’ve been obsessed with wood floors for the last decade, sending wall-to-wall carpet flooring straight to the dumpster. There’s been good reason for the decision, too. Carpets can trap dust and dander that aggravate allergies. Carpet stains easily and can look (and smell) dingy after a while. And many carpets off-gas harmful chemicals into your […]
Sure, it might not be the most Instagrammable location in my house, but I can honestly say it’s one of the most important spaces: the mudroom. With a few kids, a dog and a whole lot of winter boots, the mudroom has become indispensable as a catch-all for everything from homework to flip flops. Over […]
Industrial kitchens are sleek and stylish, although they may not be for everyone. Some people prefer farmhouse or transitional kitchens, and the debate rages on regarding the kitchen work triangle and whether you should use hardwood floors in kitchens. However, we can all agree that the industrial style is perfect for homeowners who want to […]
Arranging furniture can be more difficult than it seems at first glance, as anyone who has ever spent hours rearranging a room knows. However, it is possible to make your arrangement work without a lot of blood, sweat and tears. With that in mind, we’ve brought you four must-know tricks for arranging furniture like a […]
Half walls, also known as pony walls, can create separation and provide a degree of privacy. But for years, whenever you watched a home renovation show, half walls were the first casualty in the demolition process. On the other hand, some designers are using half walls to add architectural interest, storage space and needed separation. […]
We polled our devils-den team to come up with the best, simplest ways to make even the smallest, most poorly lit spaces feel bright. Using these tips can help small spaces feel larger, dim rooms feel more energized and, ultimately, dark rooms feel brighter.
The world knows Rhode Island interior and furniture designer Debra Folz for her surreal, high-concept designs. Her new collab with West Elm features unique details like layered offset glass that creates the look of a prism and light bronze metal hardware so fluid it looks like thread or satin ribbon.