Name: Stephanie and my cat, MinaLocation: West Village — New York, New YorkType of home: ApartmentSize: 350ish square feetYears lived in: 2 years, renting Describe your home’s style in 5 words or less: Elegant, classic, warm, witty.What is your favorite room and why? The “living room”—I love the fireplace, the built-in bookcases, and the perfect nook for my couch, and the fact that it fits my massive marble coffee table (which I found for $50 on Craigslist!).
Mirrored furniture, those gorgeous pieces that are all-too attractive to fingerprints and smudges, is coming back… and these pieces could be just what your home needs, especially if you live in a small space. Originally made popular in the 1920s and 1930s during the Art Deco movement, mirrored surfaces reared their reflective heads again in the ‘80s, and then had a resurgence about nine or 10 years ago, too.
The more time you spend indoors, the more you begin to notice all the tiny details that really bug you about your home. Whether it’s the random items that should’ve been organized an embarrassingly long time ago or the color palette that suddenly feels outdated, one thing’s become glaringly obvious: it’s time to bless your home with a much-needed spring refresh.Online interior design service Modsy wants to help you develop a signature look based on your Enneagram type.
Instagram is a one-stop shop for all your home design inspiration. You can easily hop from style to style, designer to designer, and trend to trend, simply by tapping a hashtag. Angie’s List wanted to see what was the most popular design style in each state, and by using those much-loved hashtags, they were able to surmise that North Americans definitely have a thing for “coastal living.