You dorm room is a functional space first and foremost. You’ll have to study, relax, eat, and live there for the next few years. Like any functional space, there are certain things every dorm room should have.
Updating your living room curtains may be the last on your budget list especially with the expenses this back to school season. But it would sure be nice to add some vibe of freshness to your space as it can inspire productivity and creativity.
Designing and decorating a home all on your own doesn’t have to be tough. We’d all love the luxury of having a professional take care of the interior design. But that isn’t always a possibility, especially if you’re on a tight budget.
Keeping a room clutter-free is easier said than done for many girls. So if your room is shouting for a much-needed decluttering, read through these clever girls room ideas, and try one or two tricks yourself.
If you have hardwood floors at home, I can show you the right decor concepts to make them stand out. Or if you’re planning to renovate or remodel this season, read on to get inspiration from stunning homes that use hardwood floors.
Trying to fit a huge dining set, bulky chairs and tables and all, into a tiny apartment, isn’t always the best idea. When it comes to a small dining room, you need to think of clever solutions to create a functional space that’s still stylish.
It’s back to school season again, which means it’s time to hit the books. The first step to starting a productive year at school (or work!) is creating a space that actually lets you get things done.
There are times when just flipping through magazines or scrolling through Pinterest for home inspiration just isn’t enough. You know what kind of living room you want, but don’t know how to achieve it. During those times, you need to turn to the pros for living room hacks!