You don't need to be an interior designer to know all the handy little secrets the pros know —just pin and reference these charts to sharpen your decorating skills. Guests won't have a clue that you didn't pay big bucks for your impeccably designed home.
Generally, there's only one thing standing in the way of giving your furniture new life: It can be tricky to know how much fabric you need. Luckily, will ensure that you always buy the correct yardage for any type of furniture.
When it comes to designing your , there are a lot of details to consider. Although the table stands out as a focal point, don't let your chairs be an oversight. Use this to determine which seating option is best for your space.
For as long as we can remember, have been a country staple. Turns out, updating the classic is easier than you might think. Create visual interest by arranging the tiles in one of these nine new ways.
can help guide your color choices to make sure each room in your home serves a different need.
are classic, but any interior designer can tell you that choosing the right shade of white is no easy feat. Take a page from our book and use this guide to help you distinguish silky white from super white.
As small homes and tiny houses gain popularity, it's important to know that decorating rules can change depending on the size of the space. Make a room feel bigger by consulting this helpful chart.
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