You don't have to have people cake toppers. Use a phrase that sums up the whole day or even a quote about love that you and your spouse like. Tiny banners with twine are a great choice for rustic weddings.
This view shows the light-filled library with large single hung vinyl windows and solar powered skylights that sits right off the kitchen, a space with an inviting seating area and stylish storage. This attractive spot in the home offers a place for more quiet conservation or reading, while still enjoying a close proximity to the main action in the kitchen and great room.
With inspirations as disparate as an English club chair and an American baseball mitt, the Eames Lounge Chair and Ottoman, designed in 1956 by Charles and Ray Eames, has nonetheless become a design classic. The duo creates instant Midcentury Modern cred in any setting, but looks particularly right when paired with other period-appropriate elements like the vertical wood paneling architect Mary Ann Schicketanz specified in the renovation of this Carmel, California home
How do you crush a semester’s worth of textbooks, your winter wardrobe and a case of non-perishable food under a single bed? Add bed risers. One of the risers has a killer feature: Two extra power outlets and two spare USB ports.
The inviting queen bed includes a custom bed frame made with whitewashed planks of wood that create a look similar to a classic white fence. An industrial-style chest with metal frame and engineered wood finish on one side has three drawers for handy storage of bedroom essentials, with a clear glass table lamp with cotton shade on top for nighttime reading.
The master bedroom's upholstered queen size bed has elegantly proportioned taupe and gray plaid wings and accented with leafy green and hot pink colors. A board and batten wall detail adds architectural interest to the back wall.
The inviting king-sized smart bed features the latest technology that adjusts and maintains sleep settings by monitoring the air pressure in the bed. The adjustable base also includes endless head positions and foot warming to help you fall asleep faster.
Dress up four poster beds with bed curtains and tassels, suggests Susan Sully, author of “Past Present: Living with Heirlooms and Antiques." “I thought this idea of putting a framed print on top of the curtains was really elegant,” Sully says. She suggests keeping all the decor in one color tone, but varying the patterns.
As seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper, the beautiful island and breakfast bar are made out of reclaimed wood. The kitchen is a wonderful combination of old and new elements that give the space it's unique style.
A good night's sleep goes a long way to making you feel like a brand new person. Not only does rest rejuvenate and repair your body, it does the same for your mind. There's a reason you hear, "sleep on it," whenever you're trying to solve a problem. To ensure you get your best night's sleep, start by setting your thermostat around 67 degrees. You want your space to be cool, but not cold. And then, create a bedroom haven that sends you straight to your dreams by combining the comfiest bedding, soothing hues and soft, ambient lighting.
The author of Styled: Secrets for Arranging Rooms, From Tabletops to Bookshelves, designer Emily Henderson worked with single-family home rental company Invitation Homes, to share some practical advice for making a rental home into a cozy, on-trend and functional space. Better still, you can take these tips with you each time you move to make every space beautifully suited to your unique style.