8 Tips To Freshen Up Your Bedroom on a Budget

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Is your bedroom a peaceful sanctuary you retreat to for rest, relaxation and romance or does anxiety and stress take over at the sight of a dingy comforter and a pile of clutter? If you felt your stress levels go up just at the mention of your bedroom then it might be time to switch… Continue Reading

An offshoot of the mid-century movement, Scandinavian design brought a populist, minimalist look to the forefront of today’s modern living. Although most people associate it with IKEA, there’s a lot more to the style. It is centered around warm functionality, clean lines, flawless craftsmanship and understated elegance. The use of light is considered to be… Continue Reading

Christine Vega of Mandala Interior Design, a Florida-native who seizes creativity opportunity in every facet of life from work to home. Read about her trend forecasts for next season, and personal inspiration stories from the city she grew up in to the nature that surrounds her. – See more at: http://blog.roveconcepts.com/2015/11/myrove-winner-interview/#sthash.BKnN9V0N.dpuf Continue Reading

There are so many design terms thrown around these days that it may get intimidating for the person that just wants to update their bedroom or living room.  But understanding your style and what look you gravitate towards will go a long way to understanding what decor you should buy and invest in to make… Continue Reading

This is a look that hearkens back to the turn-of-the-century industrial era. It emphasizes frequent use of raw steel with exposed brick elements. It also relies heavily on rustic wood pieces. The modern variant also uses copper tones. In order to create this style the look of rough surfaces and materials that suggest an industrial past by leaving… Continue Reading

Originating in the ‘50s and ‘60s, this look is reminiscent of the Rat-Pack days in Palm Springs or the “Mad Men” sets we see today and produced some of the most iconic pieces in modern design. It is characterized by simple, elegant lines, natural shapes and chic minimalism, with frequent use of molded plastic, natural… Continue Reading

Contemporary and transitional are distinct, but related design styles that share many commonalities. The main focus is on balance: not too cold, not too formal. It often has clean, sleek lines and is marked by solid colors, mainly muted neutrals with some bold punches of color in furniture and accessories. Furniture is sleek, lower to… Continue Reading

Why hire a stager? Your home is your biggest investment and you want to ensure you get the most out of that investment when it comes time to sell! Watch this video to give you the top ten reasons why you should hire a professional. Continue Reading

This Ft Lauderdale Beach condo was recently updated to reflect the owners desire for a more sophisticated palate while featuring the sea views and comfort that coastal living imbues. Light “white washed” french oak engineered floors were added as the backdrop for the bright whites, natural woods and brass and chrome metals to make the… Continue Reading

Should I buy the full matching furniture set or mix it up? I get this question all the time and the answer is MIX IT UP! It’s a simple matter of form vs function. You can have a room full of the same set and style and it will make the room very functional, you… Continue Reading