Are you a devoted advocate of Marie Kondo’s method of tossing everything that doesn’t spark joy? Do you toss one thing out whenever you buy something new? Are you just tired of “stuff”? If you answered yes to any of these questions, minimalist design might be the style for you.
Looking for bohemian design ideas? This design best suits someone who enjoys off-the-cuff decisions, bold color combinations, layered rugs, multiple textures, vibrant patterns and leafy houseplants. Check out our style guide and learn how to implement it in your own home!
Looking for industrial design help? Industrial style became common in homes in the late 2000s and remains stylish today. We created a guide to industrial style guide so you can learn how to implement it in your living room, office and bedroom!
Simple. Functional. Yet so cozy and inviting it makes you want to snuggle up and stay forever. Scandinavian design strikes the perfect balance between minimalist style and ho mey warmth. Let’s take a look at where this style came from and how you can bring the coziness of Scandinavian style into your home.