Subway Tile; the most classic choice of all tile materials. To no one’s surprise subway tile was originally designed for subways. Simple, white and keeping spaces light and bright, over the years it has become one of the most desired and cost-effective tiles you can incorporate into your home. We have rounded up 8 of the most popular layout designs to inspire you to break free of standard patterns and create a unique look in your own bathroom or kitchen!Read More»
You just had a beautiful built-in created in your home, now how do you perfectly style your bookcase to capture the great look you want and carry your personality into the corners of your bookcase? To find out, we interview Hannah Lewick and MacKenzie Cain of Habitar Designer. Here are their 6 tips to style beautiful shelves.Read More»
Mid-Century Modern has a lot of grays, whites, and rectilinear shapes, which can create some very clean lines and cool spaces. Succinctly put, less can be boring. (Sorry Meis!)
So what to do?
Now a days, it’s possible to mix in contemporary elements to add more visual interest into your interior design.Read More»
When the D’s moved to Chicago, they wanted their new River North condo to have clean lines and be warm enough to spend days in cozily reading and playing board games. Husband and wife, together since high school, hail from upper New York state on the water just south of Canada, so rustic elements and the color of water on sunny and cloudy days were a natural fit. These colors along with photos of water near their old home tied all those homes together making their new place as contemporary as it was an extension of their stomping ground.Read More»