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If you’re looking to save time, money, and energy on home decor purchases, then you’ll want to follow this simple rule to help you decide what to buy and what not to buy for your home. Decorating is a process, and this rule will help you define your style and let your home evolve with you.
I asked interior designers from all across the country to share their favorite under-the-radar sources for home decor. The pros share some amazing local flea markets in a variety of regions throughout the U.S. and provide other helpful tips for scoring fantastic pieces on the cheap.
Maximalism doesn’t mean living in an excess of stuff; instead, it means surrounding yourself with meaningful objects you care about, and those that are useful to you. So, if minimalism isn’t your path, but you want to be as organized as possible, here’s how to move ahead with pursuing organized maximalism this year, according to experts.
Whether you’re dealing with label adhesive on a glass jar or you have a kid who really likes stickers, figuring out how to remove sticker residue off home surfaces can be challenging. The good news? It doesn't have to be. These cleaning experts share how to get sticker residue off with ingredients you probably already have on hand.
Between anxiety, noisy neighbors, and demanding pets, it can be hard to get a solid eight hours. But sleep gets worse when we invite other distractions in. Here are 3 things sleep experts say to kick out of your room for better sleep, and 4 things to keep on your nightstand to sleep well.
Spring allows for so many fresh decorating possibilities and opportunities to play with new colors, textures, and accessories. It’s all about lightening and brightening up to reflect the renewal taking place around your home in nature. In case you need a little extra inspiration on how to do just that, our editors tapped a handful of design pros and scoured the market for the best ways to make the most of your space.
Although we love decorative blankets from places like Anthropologie and Urban Outfitters, their throws don’t fully cover a queen or even a full-sized bed. Until companies start making bigger decorative blankets, one of these methods on how to style a throw blanket on your bed should come in handy.
What do you do after you have finished eating a yogurt? Throw the pot in the recycling. What should you do after you have finished eating a yogurt? Save the pot and turn it into a handy kitchen storage solution. One TikToker has shared a genius hack that shows how you can repurpose your old Oui yogurt pots and turn them into your go-to containers for everything from spices to candy.