When you live in a small space – whether it’s an apartment, a dorm room, or just a petite house – you’ve got design challenges aplenty. But not all small spaces are created equal. While many are blessed with natural light or tall ceilings, more often than not, when it comes to their architecture, small spaces don’t do themselves any favors. Be it puny windows or a wonky shaped room, there are certain features that can make your small room feel even tinier than it is.
If you’re someone who has a relaxed, eclectic design sensibility, our latest trend obsession might be just the thing for you. Meet tropical boho! A style that’s full of life and mixes together different design styles and cultural influences to create a look that’s vibrant and totally unique.
Summer is a time when a lot of us get the itch for something new around our house. A lot of people use this time of year to dive into big remodels, redecorating projects, and even moving to a whole new home completely. But if a major style update isn’t in your summer forecast, you can still make a mini one.
Whether it’s the beaches of California or the rocky coast of Maine, there’s no denying coastal living has its draws. There’s something about the simplicity of the lifestyle and the salty breeze that draws us in. And while we can’t all upend our lives and move to a small coastal fishing village, we can all achieve the laid-back, natural look of coastal style in our homes.
In 2009, Joy McBrien flew down to Peru, determined to learn more about violence against women and understand why Peru had the highest rate of domestic violence of any country. It was part of her quest to discover the pain women around the world have experienced — not only to hear their stories, but to see their resilience.
With the rise in popularity of the capsule wardrobe and Marie Kondo-inspired minimalism, women are paring back their wardrobes in an attempt to simplify their lives. They're crafting uniforms for themselves with pieces they return to over and over again-helping eliminate the dread of putting together an outfit each morning because there are fewer pieces from which to choose and one's entire closet is more cohesive.
But no matter how often we give winter the cold shoulder in the hope that our disregard will eventually cause it to get the hint and stop dropping by, it continues to visit, year after year. So, you know what? I think it’s time for a new approach.
It’s time for a shift in mindset—to teach ourselves to stop slogging along and find the joy in this season. It’s time to embrace an attitude of hygge.
I am not a producer, a video editor, or a cinematographer, but I’ve been on enough sets to appreciate the amount of time, money, and manpower it takes to make even the smallest of video projects come to fruition. You miss one step in the production process and you’re left with an incomplete project—something that can pass but that will probably be memorable for the wrong reasons. But memorable for the right reasons? If you ask me, it’s in the emotion and the editing—the flesh and bones of a piece.
While many hair product choices very much depend upon your hair type and cut, there are certain issues every woman faces—frizz, greasy hair, fly-aways—and with the proper arsenal of products always on hand, you can be prepared to have a good hair day, every day.
While many hair product choices very much depend upon your hair type and cut, there are certain issues every man faces, and with the proper arsenal of products always on hand, you can be prepared to have a good hair day, every day.
Not all hairsprays are created equal. Some offer light hold and touchable style, while others were created to help you withstand heat, wind, days of adventuring, and nights of dancing.
Sometimes hair just needs a refresh. But between clarifying, moisturizing, damage remedies, and color-extend, it can be difficult to know where to start when it comes to hair repair and long-term care. Enter: DESIGNLINE Weightless.