An Easy DIY: Weave This Colorful Placemat Today

We're obsessed with all things weaving, so today (it's almost Spring!), we're weaving a placemat. Here's how to brighten up your table in a snap. By Roxy Taghavian for Brit + Co. What You'll Need: Cardboard Charger plate Yarn Rope Pom poms Ruler or straight edge Scissors Pen Step 1: Trace... read more

9 Bold Wallpaper Prints for Major Impact at Home

We think wallpaper prints need not be for the faint of heart–it’s time to make a statement. With the help of a bold wallpaper print, you can transform a generic room into an otherworldly space. From palm fronds to florals, ink blots and zebra, here are nine finds we think you’ll swoon over.

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Jungle Jewel Fever

Bold '70s-style wallpapers have always made our heart skip a beat and this updated contemporary blue and green palm print is something to inspire. Cole & Son's Palm Jungle comes in a few different shades but we love this jewel-toned print for it will heat up your home with one of this year's hottest hues.


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Home Decor Inspired by the Oscar Noms

The Best Dressed Couples at the 2015 Academy Awards

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Even though it was raining in Hollywood, the city's brightest stars looked their best on their biggest day of the year. Here are our nominees for the Best Dressed Couples... Best Actor winner Eddie Redmayne also won our vote for best dressed man in a handsome Alexander McQueen suit. Redmayne's wife, Hannah Bagshawe,... read more

10 Black and White Kitchens We Love

Sometimes, there's nothing more pleasing to the eye than a classic black and white bistro kitchen. From the industrial to the traditional and modern ones, here are ten kitchens we'd love to cook in. Styled with IKEA's newest kitchen design product SEKTION, we think this traditional-meets-industrial space is to... read more

3 Ways to Locate a Stud Without a Stud Finder locate a stud without using a stud finder video DIY
When hanging or fastening something to your walls, you'll probably need to drill directly into a stud for the most secure placement. While you can invest in a mechanical stud locator, we think it’s a good idea to know how to find them on your own. Here are some low-tech ways for locating a stud without using a stud... read more

Check Out This LA-Style Health Complex

the springs
The Springs in LA is a crunchy adult's playground, where terms like "enzymatic power" and "yoga DJ" get thrown around. Whether that's your vibe or not, we think the decor of the downtown LA hotspot is worth noting. The Springs opened in mid-October as a natural health super center—almost 14,000 square feet... read more

E=mc^Chic: 9 Atomic Era Science-Inspired Decor Finds

atomic furniture
Ready to channel your inner (super-chic) nerd? We are! With Oscar buzz circling The Theory of Everything, we just had to let the Stephen Hawking bio flick inspire our next shopping trip. Perfect for a home office or the design-a-holic who needs more Mid-Century Atomic Era decor in their life, these nine home... read more

Stone Cold: 7 Marble Home Accents You Need Now

marble grinder
Stop being such a stone! Actually, go on... it's super chic! There's a good chance your family had a marble table when you grew up -- we did, like, a huge all-marble dining room table that weighed a thousand pounds. Well, the stone du '80s is back in a major way and causing a cooling in the home.... read more

5 Unconventional Ways to Display Art

When it comes to art, we just love to get as much in our home as possible, but if your home is anything like ours, you’re a little short on space. While traditional art hanging methods, like a single row or even gallery style, can take up all your wall space, so we asked Chrissy and Matt Droessler of framed & matted to find out what our options are. Here are five alternative ways to save on space and display your art:

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1. On or In Bookshelves

“This is a great alternative to filling your bookshelves with books, especially if you have a lot of shelf space and not so many books,” says Droessler. We think it gives a nice airy feeling. So, how can you integrate your frames and shelves? The experts say, “Hang a frame on the face of the bookshelf for an interesting look that breaks up the visual lines. Alternatively, you can hang a frame on the back of the bookshelf (or the wall if the shelf has no back.” The Droesslers also suggest lean your frames on a shelf and display with other objects—almost like a cool area of curiosities!

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5 Things You Need to Know About IKEA’s Newest Kitchen Design System SEKTION

ikea sektionPhoto: IKEA

Building out a new kitchen is a major undertaking: With the average time being two years, from dreaming up the design to actually cooking in it, this is a big decision made of many little decisions. And since we’re all about making a house our home, who better than IKEA? Their newest kitchen...

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