Your home is your safe space, your retreat from the outside world and one of your happy places. Or at least it should be. If you don’t feel this way when you’re thinking about your home, it’s time to implement hygge.
We’re back discussing our interior design predictions for 2018. We previously went into detail on how to add color to your decor (click here to read). This week, we are talking about how you should mix patterns in your homes. Now we have all heard the rule of thumb “Don’t mix patterns!” However, fashionistas across the globe lately have been breaking it, and you should do the same with your interior decor. The rule is there for a reason, patterns look awful together if paired incorrectly. Finding the right balance is key to keep your decor looking tasteful. Though tricky to accomplish, we’re here to help you nail this design trend in your homes.
We recently shared our top 3 interior design predictions for 2018 in our January, 17th blog post. Our first design prediction suggested adding some color to your home decor. Today, we want to discuss this trend in more detail. If you’re reading this, chances are you want to make some big changes in your home because lately it’s been looking tired. Adding color is a fantastic, and most importantly, an easy, way to add energy to your home!
2018 is now upon us, and we are extremely excited for the new year! With a new year comes new interior design trends, and our designers worked extra hard this past December visiting various showrooms, SDC vendors, and national design stores and discussing their new ideas for 2018 together. We came up with this list of our top 3 interior design predictions for 2018 for all of you out there who are looking to revamp your homes. For more details on each trend, we will be launching a series of blog posts targeting each one—so stay tuned!
As the new year approaches, color companies are releasing their shades for the upcoming year. In our previous blog, we wrote about Pantone’s shade of the year, Ultra Violet. Now, Sherwin Williams has announced Oceansideastheir color of the year for 2018.
We, at Seattle Staged to Sell, know the importance of designing rooms that will create emotional connections not just for the grown ups, but their kids as well. When you are selling a home, you are not just selling it to the parents but to the whole family.
While location is key, it does not contribute to the interior’s appeal. This condo is located in Seattle’s hip neighborhood, Capitol Hill. Despite the condo’s prime locale, the condo itself was bland and uninspiring. We made it our mission to stage the condo and make a statement. To do so, we used bold colors in an eclectic design to bring an energy that matched the neighborhood’s spirit.
Thanksgiving has now passed, and for those who celebrate Christmas, it is time to put up a Christmas tree. Christmas trees are a beautiful way to bring the holiday spirit into your home; however they may not be the best fit for everybody. They take up a lot of space, are bad for the environment, and they may be more hassle than what they worth especially for those who travel for the holidays. For those of you who have limited room and time or simply want eco-friendly options, we have put together a list of our 5 favorite ideas to replace a Christmas tree and still deck the halls.
Thanksgiving is a stressful time for many. Hosting people is often a daunting task, and the holiday season is no exception. In addition to the ambitious task of cooking Thanksgiving dinner, prepping your house for friends and family can be overwhelming.
We put together a list of five of our favorite last minute and budget-friendly Thanksgiving DIY decor ideas so you can easier achieve a festive look and focus most of your energy on the turkey.