An Asian statue is placed between two doors in this eclectic New York City apartment. Hardwood floors and crisp white walls set a stage for interesting art, colorful rugs and stylish, mismatched furniture.
This New York City apartment makes the most of space with a sweet kitchen, funky dining room and overall eclectic vibe. The open plan keeps the space feeling larger, while different colored walls help to differentiate each space.
Designers wanted the bedroom to feel like a calm oasis, so they kept the colors cool and airy, with some unexpected pops of bold color. Layering patterns and textures creates an inviting space, and removable wallpaper was the perfect way to create commitment-free interest to the walls.
With white roses and sprigs of eucalyptus, this bridal bouquet feels romantic and fresh -- a thoughtful combination for a New Year's Eve wedding. As a nod to the theme, the bride will wear glittering gold heels in addition to her brand-new sparkler.
The bride and groom are all smiles after saying "I Do." String lights, gilded chairs and large mercury hurricanes add a touch of shimmer to their ceremony space and complement the wedding's New Year's Eve theme.
Gold script sets the perfect tone for this New Year's Eve wedding, instantly evoking thoughts of confetti and champagne. On one invitation insert, guests will find the Order of Events, and on the other, a list of the evening's VIPs.
Don’t leave little ones out of the fun! Instagram photos make a sweet and simple mobile for a nursery. Use a flat wreath form and spray paint it for a pop of color. Hang your photos using twine, and suspend the mobile from the ceiling!
This lovely bedroom in a Chelsea apartment in New York City demonstrates how a natural color palette, pretty greenery and simple textiles combine with a glamorous vanity station for a delicate feminine statement.
For this arrangement you'll need crepe paper in green, white and gray (I used crepe paper streamers), green floral stem wire, green floral tape, paper bind wire, plastic gold coins, moss and a block of dry floral foam. Follow the easy step-by-step instructions on the previous slide to make your own paper flowers. Place dry floral foam in a vase and arrange paper florals into a full, asymetrical bouquet, trailing vines above and below for a whimsical look. Add St. Patrick's Day flair by hot-gluing plastic gold coins to floral stem wire and distributing throughout the arrangement. Finish the bouquet with natural moss and curly willow branches.
A brass rod and some twine are all you need to make a modern display for a few of your prized Instagram images. Hang the photos at different lengths from the rod, and use twine to create a simple hanger for the top.