Decorating your home can be pricey. But that’s not to say that beautiful spaces have to break the bank! Here’s our advice for where you should splurge and where you can get away with saving when it comes to home decor.
A question that I’m constantly getting asked is how I got started in interior design and how I shifted careers to become a designer. I think that this is a very popular question because everyone thinks that interior design is this fun, dream career that they want to get into – and don’t get me wrong, it definitely is! But, it’s a lot of work and isn’t just picking out what throw pillows look best for a living room.
Over the past year, there has been a definite buzz around the term “Mid-Century Modern.” Don’t get me wrong, I love this style, but I also feel like the term “Mid-Century Modern” is attached to every furniture description these days. So I’m sure you’re asking yourself, what is Mid-Century Modern? Where did it come from?
It’s that time of the year, y’all – Spring cleaning! I always kind of look forward to this time of the year to purge some of the unused items around my house and give those neglected areas a good, detailed deep clean. But I know that cleaning isn’t always everyone’s cup of tea, so I wanted to break it down for you by room and task so that you can tackle it one space at a time. Trust me, in the end it will be so worth it when you get to live in a home that looks, feels, and smells brand new!
Here at BANDD, we love a good open floor plan! Less walls allows for more natural light and a better overall flow. Although, having this much real estate to fill is sometimes a challenge, we have the solution: rugs! Area rugs are the perfect addition to every room to tie the look together. They take up a large portion of the eye, and allow you to bring balance, color, and texture into a place. Here are some tips and tricks on how mix rugs: