New and upcoming products and must-have furnishings, accessories and decor for your home.

    From the experts: This is a general guideline for tea steeping temperatures and times. Some teas will differ. For example, we recommend steeping Darjeeling tea at 195 degrees for three minutes as...

    These days, range hoods don’t just serve the purpose of ventilating your kitchen when cooking. Custom created hoods give the heart of the home a signature look.

    1. Floral Fresh

    By Summer Thornton Design. A quintessential classic kitchen that's both bright and airy while also having lots of character, this kitchen is traditional but still fresh. By...

    Hygge: A defining characteristic of Danish culture, “hygge” describes a quality of coziness and comfort that promotes a feeling of contentment or well-being. When designing with hygge in mind, you...

     

    Classic

    When your kitchen is the gathering place of your home, the aesthetics of it are essential, which includes the color of your appliances. The 1950s brought us pink,...

    Gather the family this holiday season for a competitive game night. Game tables are a fun, family addition to the home. From pool tables to tic tac toe boards, the games have just begun!

    ...

    Whether for your Christmas tree, banister or fireplace mantel, these interesting garland options will add a kick to your holiday decor.

    Bright silver poinsettias with sparkling leaves line this sophisticated staircase, connected and accented by a dainty silver garland. Small evergreen trees with white flowers pair well with...

    Full and green, pine garland is the perfect accent for any banister. Oversized holiday ornaments are fastened to the railing with red, black and white handmade bows to give the design color and...

     Simple and elegant, this staircase design mixes natural elements like wood and pine with hints of silver for a bit of sparkle. Tall glass and metal lanterns house faux snow and twinkle lights to...

        Centuries of evolution preceded what we think of today as “Italian-style” architecture. In reality, it’s a hybrid of designs rooted in ancient Rome, redefined during the Renaissance and...

    Pages