If you’re anything like me, being at home a lot more than usual this past year has made you rethink a lot of things in your home that you see every day, like the clutter (oh, the clutter), the keepsakes, and the bedspread you’ve had for years. But in addition to just looking at my stuff a lot more closely, I also moved, which made me go through everything with a more critical eye. Your home is meant to be your safe space, a true oasis, and a place that sparks joy, and finally having a new space that I
A trio of Bethlehem business owners already known for their creativity in home design are merging together to help patrons spruce up homes in time for spring.
Plants + Vintage plans to open its doors Friday on the upper floor of the historic Woolworth building, at Suite 205, 551 Main St. in the city’s downtown. The store neighbors the recently-opened Elle’s Contemporary Closet. A ribbon cutting ceremony is planned for noon with snacks and giveaways being handed out to patrons all weekend long, while supplies last.
The 1,600-square-foot space will focus on home decor options created by Steel City
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But aside from the usual deep cleaning and organizational tasks that come with the arrival of spring, it’s also the perfect opportunity to give your home decor a refresh. And thanks to Nordstrom Rack’s current markdowns on Kate Spade New York bedding, you can give the space you spend the most time in the revamp it deserves.
Right now, you can snag discounts of up to 45 percent bedding, duvet covers, decorative pillows, and more from the lifestyle
The pandemic has canceled big St. Patrick’s Day parties on the streets of Dogtown for two years now,
While you, like me, might have once looked to your grandparents’ house as a stuffy (albeit comforting) space that was anything but on-trend, those chintz and needlepoint-filled interiors might well be worth another look. One scroll through the home section of a modern-day design site will show you just how cool your grandparents’ taste actually is.
In 2019, House Beautiful defined the aesthetic of the grandmillenial as a stylish young person with an appreciation for granny chic. Since then, we’ve only seen more evidence to support this, with everything from 80s patterns to 70s color palettes reappearing in
Who doesn’t want to be the hip kid on the block—living in the house with the edgy metal details, stone counters, and distressed everything that screams, “I’m too cool for school”?
But industrial decor looks can quickly veer off the rails; pulling off this design in the home can be tough. Too much steel can make your home feel like the International Space Station, while an overly dark palette just might give you a case of seasonal affective disorder. SAD!… Read More