We love how many of the rooms in this apartment have bright colors on the ceiling — it’s a really nice way to combine styles if you can’t decide between the airiness of white walls and the impact of rich colors.
This look isn’t for everyone, but we’re absolutely loving that the tile is both a color gradation and installed in an unexpected, non-backsplash way.
Following Cheap Old Houses on Instagram is one of our favorite things — pocket doors, wavy glass, vintage interior design. We just found out they have a shop full of cute shirts, totes, and pennants to show off your allegiance to fixer uppers and grandma houses, and let’s just say we’re already at the ‘check the tracking status’ stage.
We’re not gonna lie, this home tour is very much what you would expect from home tours right now — an abundance of plants, lots of white walls and furniture, earthy textures. But we cannot stop thinking about this mint green bathroom sink against subway tile which is the perfect blend of modern and vintage.
Are you planning a bathroom renovation? This blog post from Em Henderson features renovation regrets from her readers from tile and grout selection to layout — let their mistakes be your cautionary tale.
If you love patterns and wallpaper, the tour of this boutique mountain hotel is going to bring you an awful lot of joy.
Check out how this homeowner turned two ugly utility closets into a stunning feature.
Not sure how where to put your tv in relation to your fireplace? This post from Em Henderson gives you four formulas for positioning your tv so you can enjoy your shows and hanging by the fire equally.
We’re in love with the simplicity of this Fire Island cottage tour.