We think moms have the best style! To celebrate Mother’s Day, we asked our team members for their mothers’ best design stories and advice. Keep reading to discover some of the smartest, most memorable or just plain funniest stories and advice about interior design and home décor we’ve gotten from our mothers.
We’re only a few months in to 2017 and we’ve already been treated to so many different versions of modern style. We know mid-century modern isn’t going anywhere just yet and the modern eclectic aesthetic is still incredibly popular. Now there’s a new style trend for you to explore! We’re starting to see a modern reiteration of beautiful Zen style. If you like minimalism, strong form, soothing color and luxe accents, then this contemporary update of a classic Eastern style may be the next design style you need to incorporate into your home.
You love clean lines and deconstructed shapes. Your favorite palette is full of neutrals, with a pop of color when you’re feeling adventurous. On a typical weekend, we might find you perusing a modern art museum or browsing your favorite design blogs (thanks for making us one of them!) You are a contemporary design lover.
It’s been quite a year here at Hm, etc.! From an exciting Pantone Color Series to the introduction of Magnolia Home Furniture by Joanna Gaines to an extensive interior design style guide, we’ve been pretty busy.
But we’re not the only ones!
Our customers have a keen eye for design and we love to see how you style the pieces you find at Homemakers. In fact, we think of our customers as “Insta-stylists” and we’ve pulled some of our favorite photos from Instagram. These users tagged us in pictures showcasing their style and creativity and we’re excited to share them now! You can also read home styling tips, discover why Homemakers is their shopping destination and much more by reading our interview with each stylist.
You love handmade, one-of-a-kind pieces. Your favorite design style is a mixture of all of them. On a typical weekend, we might find you browsing the flea market or polishing your keepsakes. If these statements ring true, you may be an eclectic style guru.