When you’re short on space, double up on your rooms! Katie Meyers of Meyers Style shows you how to turn your bedroom into a home office-bedroom combo chanelling seaside serenity and complete with easy, breezy Hayneedle pieces.
Category: Trend Watch
Watch how easy it is to incorporate the mid-century modern trend into your living room. This retro-inspired look is totally current, charming, and looks great in large and small spaces alike.
From warm gold, brass, and copper tones to cooler, but equally eye-catching, silver, nickel, and mercury glass, metallics are making a comeback — and it looks like they’re here to stay! Read on to see how easily you can add a little extra shine to your space …
Mercury glass may not be exactly what it used to be, but everything that it was, and everything it has become is—and always will be—utterly fabulous. Read on to learn more about the artful history behind this coveted collectible …
A new life requires a fresh start and forward-looking style. The trends for 2014 nurseries reflect an amazing mix of color, style, and pattern – giving you plenty of choices to create the perfect sanctuary for your expected bundle of joy.
Stay on trend in 2014 by picking up some pieces in Pantone’s Color of the Year, Radiant Orchid. Discover so many ways you can bring this breathtaking shade into your life.
Spice up your table with a standout salt and pepper set. From modern grinders for discerning gourmands to themed ceramic figures, a specialty set is a novel way to add interest to any meal. Celebrate the season with the world’s most popular spices!
Mahalo Alfred Shaheen! We’re enchanted by the vibrant, hand-printed patterns made famous by the Hawaiian textile mogul in the ‘50s and ‘60s. Read on for a little history on the Aloha wear legacy.
From tried-and-true navy to fashion’s current darling, cobalt, saturated shades of blue aren’t simply a passing seasonal trend, they’re coveted classics. Read on to learn about how these must-have hues can bring more than just beauty to your home …
We’re still inspired by Domino’s “The Book of Decorating,” and pay homage to the special gift of combining two different aesthetics into one personalized setting. Blogger and interior stylist Elle Lien Lynch struck our fancy with her combination of vintage mid-century modern and rustic lodge styles. Check out her excellent, eclectic mix at the Trap Room.