When Dallas-based Kimberly Schlegel Whitman and interior designer Shelley Johnstone Paschke first landed on the idea of creating a book celebrating family traditions, they didn’t know that a pandemic would turn the act of gathering into something rather dear.Read more
Hardware is something that you’ll be looking at and putting your hands on every day, so it needs to be both stylish and comfortable to use.Read more
When it comes to fireplaces, there are many options out there. How do you decide which one is best for your home?Read more
Collections are so important to interior design that I can’t help but be surprised when I meet a client who doesn’t collect anything.Read more
Pantone’s Color of the Year could leave you blue, but in a good way.Read more
Even though backsplashes can make great focal points, many people save picking their backsplash tiles for last.Read more
There are many reasons to love antiques. They bring their decades, or even centuries, of history into your home.Read more
John Phifer Marrs learned the joy of having beautiful things from his grandmother and turned that passion into a career in interior design and, more recently, writing.Read more
One of the reasons choosing tiles for your bathroom can be so tricky is that there are many options, but not all of them will still look current in a few years.Read more
Industry professionals: Even in a busy market, homebuyers want to fall in loveRead more
Designing a teenage bedroom can be an interesting challenge.
Thankfully, there are some general guidelines you can keep in mind that could apply to any teenage bedroom.
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