Tag: Home Interior Ideas
Here’s the scenario: It’s 6pm on a Friday in the middle of the holiday season. Your to-do list is enormous, but you’re craving a delicious cocktail, good music, and some quality R&R. Suddenly, you remember that your relatives are arriving THIS weekend. Cue the moment of “Are the guest room sheets clean, do I still own any board games, and is there something… read more »
It’s official: The holiday season is here. And while we still can't quite believe it's happening (wasn't it just summer?), we do love that it means our everyday is injected with a bit of cheer, starting with, of course, our homes. Wreaths, candles, the whole shebang. Before rolling up our sleeves and pulling out those twinkly lights, however, we decided to tap a… read more »
She boasts a knack for finding one-of-a-kind vintage pieces, and gets paid regularly to do just that. Her work's been featured in Vogue. And in Elle. As such, we'll go ahead and assume interior decorator Anna Burke knows a thing or two about embracing fall in one's home. In honor of the first day of autumn (gah!), we asked the New Yorker to share the ways in… read more »
....because let’s be honest, decorating with color is tricky. Does this red go with that blue? Is this totally cool rug going to tie the room together or make everything look wonky? There are just way too many ways the whole scheme can go totally wrong. While Jay Z might be lusting after Picasso, baby, we’re craving this oil reproduction by American master Alfred… read more »
1. Start an inspiration board. Print images you love and post on a bulletin board - if you see it every day on the wall, you won’t forget that cool new idea.
2. Go on a colorful vacation. I grew up close to the Greenbrier Hotel, which is full of color. I always leave with new ideas for my collection or our apartment.
Allison Roberts is the styling director for the MYHABIT home department—and her job is not an easy one. I won’t bore you with the myriad of details why, but I will share that, despite the creative curve balls she fields on a daily basis, Allison continues to beautify the MYHABIT site, tackling challenge upon challenge with patience and a fresh but experienced eye.… read more »
Every day our New York-based editorial team has a long and painful wait between our arrival to work at 9 am and the giddy noon-o’clock launch of our daily events. How’s an editor to cope? Surfing the web for stylish habits, interesting tidbits, cute cat pictures and random words of wisdom, of course.
What we’re digging this week:
The bachelor pad is going through a bit of a rethink: It’s no longer just a place to crash, but also a space in which to luxuriate, relax and entertain. The single guy is enjoying the process of making the home reflect his personality, interests and tastes. And while individuality remains at the core of a man’s design ethos, here are a few must-haves that should… read more »
Few things in life are more fascinating than getting a sneak peek into other people’s homes. And so, we’ve naturally had a blast perusing all the entries for our Starter Home Photo Contest, for which each entrant is asked to submit a photo of a favorite room in their home. To observe the varying aesthetics and unexpected decor touches and clever uses of space has… read more »
Moving into your first home can be such an exciting time, but also completely overwhelming! You’ve got a blank slate, and (most likely) a few old pieces to work with in your brand new space. It’s hard to know where to start! So, here are a few tips for you new home owners to keep in mind.
First off – there’s no real formula for putting together a room, so… read more »
It only seems fitting to share these inspiring photos from Laura’s beautiful apartment renovation in New York City’s West Village on the same day we launch our Starter Home Contest.
Laura was one of the first of our team on the ground here in New York, and I remain in awe of her ability to manage building the business with finding, negotiating, closing and… read more »
...because, in my apartment, I have an old, wooden end table upon which it shall perfectly perch. Because I have been trying to spend my money wisely lately, choosing décor items that are not only beautiful and well made, but that also mean something, that come from somewhere, and this vase fits that bill perfectly. The deep, sultry colors mirror those I imagine… read more »
Knowing how to cook is an invaluable skill that will take you far. It’ll comfort the friend who’s going through a tough time, it’ll bring your loved ones to your dinner table, it’ll make a sick family member feel better, and hit upon the right steak recipe, it’ll garner you more marriage proposals than you know what to do with. (I kid, I kid. But anything’s… read more »