Large living rooms are great for big families and parties. There’s plenty of space for everyone to stretch out, play games, watch movies, and more. But decorating a large living room isn’t always fun, easy, or affordable. That’s where we come in! Check out our best tips for decorating a large living room on a budget.Read Story
Who says you need snow to build a snowman? Instead, you can make an adorable DIY snowman ornament. (And this one won’t melt!) It’s an easy, budget-friendly holiday craft the whole family can enjoy.
When the season changes from summer to fall, your home decor can change along with it, and it doesn’t have to be difficult or costly to make an update. We have the scoop on some of fall’s hottest home design trends — all of which are easy to incorporate into your existing decor and won’t break your piggy bank. Say goodbye to light and airy and get ready for warm and cozy, because winter is coming.
Whether it’s games, toys, homework, or art supplies, your kids’ stuff can quickly overrun your home. (Who hasn’t stepped on a Lego in the living room?) The quest to conquer this clutter can feel like a never-ending Groundhog Day, looping endlessly into oblivion. If you’ve already tried various toy boxes and bins, it’s time to consider some overlooked areas of your home for tidy inspiration.
Ah, summer: It’s the time for pool parties, backyard BBQs, movie nights with family and friends, and pretty much any other excuse you can think of to have people over. It’s also a great time to freshen up your home before said guests arrive.
But the price tag on a quick upgrade doesn’t have to be as high as those summer temperatures. Instead, kick off the season with a new look by trying one of these of-the-moment summer decorating trends that are as easy as they are affordable.
Most of us have outdated or mismatched containers in our kitchen. Instead of tossing them, you can turn them into beautiful hanging planters in just a few easy steps. Using a few simple items — most of which you probably have on-hand — you can upcycle those old bowls and update your home decor to boot.
Whether traditional with a twist or fresh and festive, this year’s holiday décor trends are easier than ever to achieve. We asked professional interior designers for all the newest ways to make your home merry and bright this holiday season. The biggest trend? Keep it casual.
With just a little effort and less than an hour of your time, you can create a beautiful fall wreath for your door that will take you all the way through Thanksgiving. Come December, pull out the flowers and update the wreath with winter and holiday accents. In fact, with a simple update each season, you can keep your door decorated all year long.
A rug may not be at the top of your shopping priority list, but it can be one of the most important accessories in a room. And there is no better way to cozy up a space than with a plush rug.
If you’re hosting guests for the upcoming holidays, a rug is a nice way to spruce up your living space or guest room. But choosing the right one can be tricky. That’s why we’ve put together this list of do’s and don’ts when selecting a rug for your home.