5 Ways to Get Comfortable in a Modern Decor

When you think of “modern design” what comes to mind?

Is it a crisp, minimalistic interior overwhelmed with a monochromatic white interior, and clutter free?  If that is the case, then you are in for a treat. A shift has begun in the interior design world to make modern interiors more comfortable.  Today, we’ve uncovered some products and interiors that reflect this “new” sense of style.


Filed Under: Home Building & Contracting | Interior Design |

From Flooring to Forks: Kitchen Design & Planning Tips

There are many design details that go into creating a great kitchen.

It starts with the right cabinets, complimentary wide plank wood floors, and a good color scheme but you also want to give plenty of thought to your “working spaces” and organization to make sure your kitchen doesn’t just look pretty but is functional too.

Today, we’ll look at kitchen design ideas and product recommendations to help you as you design the "hub of your home".


Filed Under: Home Decor | Planning for your New Floors | Residential Spaces | Tips & Trends |

5 Styles for Your Interior Ceiling

When it comes to your home, there are many architectural details that you will need decide on.  One in particular will be your ceiling design. 

Today, we will show you some simple, and elegant design options to help you create the perfect interior ceiling.


Filed Under: Home Building & Contracting | Interior Design | Pine Flooring | Reclaimed Flooring |

Home Decor by the Numbers - The Rule of Three

When it comes to interior design and home decor you may think you have an open palette on which to decorate.

But in truth, the perfect interior design is created by a series of rules that will create a more interesting, memorable and intriguing interior.  One of these design rules is the Rule of Three.

Today, we’ll explore this age old design rule, how to incorporate it into your home, and look at some well executed concepts.

Source: BIrch & Board

Filed Under: Do-It-Yourself | Home Decor | Interior Design |

A Wood Floor For Any Interior Design: Arts & Crafts

The Arts & Crafts movement of the early 20th century, inspired an architectural style that remains popular today, inspiring other sought after designs like Craftsman and Bungalow.

From southern California Bungalow's of the Greene Brothers, to the Chicago suburbs, Arts & Crafts homes highlight hand-made craftsmanship as a form of protest to the Industrial age.

Learn more about the Arts & Crafts home and the wood flooring designs that fit in so well with this iconic architectural style.


Filed Under: Hardwood Flooring | Home Decor | Interior Design | Tips & Trends |

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