How to Create a Mudroom

What is the function for a mudroom in a house? A mudroom is a small, intermediate room that separates the back door from other areas of the house. Providing a space where guests can take off their shoes, coats & other belongings before entering the house

A mud room’s primary job is to keep the rest of the house clean....

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Styling with Curtain Rods

Curtain rods can be styled in a multitude of ways and can go beyond their primary use as window treatments . They can be used to display works of art, hold towels after a long beach day & even hang lights or lamps for ambience.

As the cooler months come around , it's...

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Styling Beyond-Transitional Hallways

Hallways are transitional spaces, yes, but that doesn't mean they can't tell their own story. Here are my tips for making your hallway a space in its own right.

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Styling with Colour | Create Your Own Palette for Your Home

In my job as a designer, a 10-colour palette has evolved as the best starting point for decorating a space. This palette gives me positive boundaries to work with and, whether I end up using two, four, six, or all of the colours, allows me to play with the mood of a room or house and ensures an effortlessly cohesive end...

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Styling with Hardware | Brass Shelf Brackets

I’ve always loved to use brass brackets to hold shelves full of treasures. This living material starts out its life with loads of charm and only gets more magical over time, as the ever-changing finish tells tales of its adventures.

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Styling With Hardware: How To Use The Wright G-Clamp

Hardware, just as its name implies, is not often chosen as a decorative detail. The pieces are utilitarian and practical, but that's what I love about them and why I think they deserve to be valued beyond their hardworking capabilities and enjoyed for their aesthetic qualities, too.

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