Throughout history, people have often adopted a “more is more” mindset when it comes to interior design.
Imagine: it’s five-thirty on a wintry Friday evening. You just got off work and you’re heading to a friend’s apartment where she’s invited you over for a drink before a dinner party.
The year is 1976. You’ve been invited to a bicentennial Fourth of July party outside the city.
Most of the time, being an apartment-dweller means you have limited space.
Feng Shui, an ancient Chinese practice of selecting and organizing land and property, has been around for more than 3,000 years.
Author, artist, designer, and full-time plant mom Justina Blakeney coined the term, “jungalow,” by blending the words “jungle” and “bungalow” to describe her wild interior design style, and the trend is spreading like wildfire.
A spark of joy ignited within me.
A bathroom can be a place of hasty showers, towels strewn about and the type of frustration that can only be felt when searching for a hairbrush in the midst of a mid morning running-late-panic.