7 ways to add stylish storage to your space

The best bathroom shelving ideas add both style and function to your space Whether you’re working with a tiny powder room or an expansive master bath, shelving is a great way to add storage, corral beauty products, and display décor. Sure, a plain old shelf above the toilet is a great start, but we’re loving these ultra-stylish, yet still oh-so-handy, bathroom shelf ideas. Time to get organized.

Looking for more bathroom ideas? Check out our dedicated page for more tips and inspiration. 

1. Utilize vertical space

For even the tiniest bathrooms, hang high shelving for a smart storage solution. Since it may be out of everyday reach, we love how this design uses the extra wall space to display décor (how cool is the antique train sign?), plants, and extra toiletries. Even a few rolled up towels add to the spa-atmosphere.

Meanwhile, Little Savage Life’s Vikki puts more accessible items

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Bedroom Ideas For A Relaxing And Tranquil Space – Bedroom Decor Ideas

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No matter what you do in between, your bedroom is where you begin and end every single day. It’s your sanctuary — or it should be, anyway — and that’s why it’s so important to make it yours. Luckily, there are countless stylish bedroom design ideas that’ll help you do just that. Before you start tossing out furniture and knocking down walls, however, you might want to figure out which design plans are realistic for your particular space, budget, and abilities. 

Ultimately, when you’re redoing a room, you can break down your design plans into three categories: decorative, aesthetic, and structural. All of them have the potential to transform a room, but some are more dramatic (and more expensive) than others. 

We’ll start with decorative, since it’s typically the most accessible category. These are the changes that you can tackle in a single day, since

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‘Create a space in your home that makes you happy’

a person sitting at a table in front of a window: Known for his style skills, Queer Eye’s Tan France is expanding his repertoire.

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Known for his style skills, Queer Eye’s Tan France is expanding his repertoire.

Creating a serene, mood-boosting home has never been more important than in 2020 when we were all forced to stay inside for months on end during lockdown. The idea of our living spaces as havens away from the unpredictable and uneasy world outside was not lost on Queer Eye’s Tan France, who used lockdown as a chance to focus on his long-term, yet little-known love – interior décor.

Best known as Queer Eye’s fashion expert, Tan has spent the last few months working on a homeware collaboration with Etsy, co-designing with 13 of the platform’s talented sellers to create a collection of elevated must-haves. Each piece is designed as a perfect gift (like or not, Christmas is less than 100 days away), from beautiful ceramic mugs to scented candles and high-quality bath robes.

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Bring New Life to That Tired Quarantine Space: Wallauer’s Design Centers Can Help

Aesop once famously said, “familiarity breeds contempt.” Thanks to the pandemic, which has resulted in people being stuck in their homes for the past six months, there has been a little too much familiarity of late.

People are yearning for a change of scenery. No problem. Wallauer Paint & Design can help.

“People have been stuck at home staring at the walls,” said Laura Nally, Wallauer’s design manager. “But you have to be in a place where you feel good. Now, people are carving out home offices and they don’t want to be staring at white or gray walls. They want more vibrant or soothing environments.”

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“Because of that, we have been busier than we have been in years,” she added. “It’s been phenomenal. People

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an expert guide to creating your dream space

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If you are trying to find a place to start with your bathroom design, might we suggest right here? We get that designing a bathroom isn’t the easiest of tasks so we talk you through all you need to know, from the very very early planning stage to the (admittedly more exciting) decorating stage.

Whether you’re looking to overhaul your current setup, or simply looking to update a few existing elements in your space, knowing the basics so that you can get it right the first time is a must. So keep scrolling for everything you need to know, and be sure to visit our (truly fabulous) roundup of bathroom ideas when you’re in need of looks to copy and endless inspiration.

How much does a new bathroom cost?

Budget from around £4,000 for a bath, basin and loo combination, and around £4,500 for

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How to Make the Space Above Kitchen Cabinets Actually Look Good

Unless you live in a brand-new home or have recently renovated your kitchen, you’re likely familiar with the dead space above kitchen cabinets and beneath the ceiling. Some people are content with leaving it empty, while others are compelled by horror vacui to decorate it with “live, laugh, love” signs, ceramic roosters, or Tuscan villa–themed tchotchkes.

Some of us (like me) are denied the luxury of that choice and simply need that space for storage. But what is the best way to deal with the gap between cabinet and ceiling—or just “the gap” for purposes of this article—so that it looks like an intentional part of your kitchen space and not a cluttered dumping ground for your rice cooker and Instant Pot? I spoke with three interior designers, Karen Asprea, Megan Hopp, and Jae Joo, and put together a comprehensive guide to dealing with the gap.

Some general rules to

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Why Outdoor Space Matters When Buying a Home

For apartment owners around the world, the experience of having to stay at home for months during the current global pandemic has emphasized the desirability, importance and value of having private outdoor space. In March, amid orders for people to stay at home worldwide, people stood on their balconies across Italy singing melodies together to pass the time, which brought joy during an otherwise unprecedented time.

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Picture of beauty garden with modern gazebo

In New York City, the nightly 7 p.m. ritual of residents joining their neighbors in saluting first responders included many who joined from their balconies or terraces and helped to unite the city in one of its most challenging moments.


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While outdoor space has always been considered an appealing feature to homeowners, most of us have emerged from quarantine with a new appreciation for access to the great outdoors. We all need

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24 decor pieces under $50 to upgrade your outdoor space

24 decor pieces under $50 to upgrade your outdoor space

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24 decor pieces under $50 to upgrade your outdoor space

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It’s nearly fall, which means it’s time for the leaves to turn and bonfires to burn, but… some of us are still stuck at home. Those of us who are lucky enough to have some outdoor space have got to be counting our blessings right now—but not all outdoor spaces are equal. There’s a huge gulf between an empty patch of yard, and a fully functional space for relaxing, entertaining, and gardening, or working outside.

The good news is that pretty much any space can rise to the occasion with some time and investment. Don’t worry—that investment doesn’t have to be huge. A few pieces of comfortable patio furniture, some attractive lighting, or the beginning of

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To make room in a crowded kitchen, a sitting room becomes a space for dining

By reassigning a dark, seldom used sitting room as a dining room and removing the wall between it and the kitchen, interior designer Tracy Parkinson and architect Caitlin Struble solved multiple issues in their clients’ Abington home. “They only had a big table in the kitchen, but the wife didn’t like having everyone crowded in while she was cooking,” says Parkinson, founder of Norwood-based Nest + Company. Opening the new dining area connects it physically to the kitchen and family room and lets natural light stream in. The wide opening lets the family extend the table for holiday meals. “It’s also a beautiful place for the eye to land when coming down the stairs,” says Struble, principal of Medfield-based Winslow Design.

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1. The traditional white oak chairs that anchor the table at either end are upholstered with performance linen, making them practical for dining.

2. Tree-patterned wallpaper

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13 Yellow Home Accessories To Buy To Enhance Your Space

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Yellow is both uplifting and positive, making it the perfect colour to bring cheer to your home. Whether it’s ochre, mustard or mellow yellow, these cheery, sunshine shades can suit all decorating schemes.

But as we’ve always said, yellow isn’t just for summer. In fact, autumn is often coloured with the golden glow of yellow so, even though it might seem like a bold colour, we really encourage you to decorate with yellow accents in your home all year-round.

On that note, we’ve rounded up the best yellow home accessories for a stylish and colourful abode.

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Yellow Cushion – Yellow Home Accessories

Velvet Bee Cushion



Whether it’s for your bed or sofa, this velvet cushion should have a place in your home. We love the pretty bee motifs. You could pair it with grey cushions for a stylish and contemporary

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