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    Year End Review: Best of 2017

    2017 was the year of Hygge, Tiny Houses, Farmhouse Style, Metallics and Millennial Pink. We’ve seen talented designers push the boundaries of every design trend and we have watched the spirit of the design community as they give back and enrich the lives of others through the power of design. In this post we look back at our most popular articles. Cozy Contentment of Hygge It is no doubt that Hygge dominated 2017. The power of of finding contentment, enjoyment in the present is a calming juxtaposition to our hectic lifestyles. Warm neutrals, knitted elements, rustic accoutrements and a cozy quiet corner are at the heart of hygge and shaped…

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    Shop The Look: Rustic Farmhouse

    Farmhouse inspired looks, vintage pieces and rustic home touches have played center stage in 2017. We have seen many modern farmhouse room scenes from entryways, to living rooms, to kitchens. The popularity of television shows such has Fixer Upper, easy comfortable lifestyle trends such as hygee and our own hectic daily routine has put the focus on an simplistic, organic easy style to maintain design style. In this shop the look feature, we took design inspiration from a vintage photo shoot and added classic comfortable pieces to create a rustic farmhouse inspired living room. Best of all you can purchase each piece directly through our partnership with Muzeboard! Rustic Enchantment…

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    #Holiday Mantle Decorating for Every Design Style

    The #holidays are upon us! Christmas shopping has begun, lights are on the tree and we are busy getting ourselves holiday ready. Still working on your last minute holiday decor? In today’s post we will focus on Holiday Mantle Decorating for every design style. Traditional Holiday Mantle A timeless holiday classic. Focus on traditional holiday motifs and provide lot of greenery. Stick with one theme, whether its Santa, reindeer, snowman, or presents. This will help keep your design and color scheme focused and not overdone with too many elements. The colors of the holiday season are plentiful. For traditional and transitional inspired decor stick with a neutral desaturated color palette.…