Winter looms around the corner for New York, but founder of The Webster Laure Hériard Dubreuil is bringing a little Miami warmth to the Big Apple, opening a new location of the luxury boutique in a stunning SoHo location.
The shop has rebuilt an entire building at 29 Greene Street, creating six floors from scratch with 98 designer labels for men and women. Custom furnishings and décor—including wallpapers from the 1920s and ‘30s—help accentuate the charm of the site, which was constructed in 1878 until it burnt down years ago. The result is incredibly opulent—the intricate patterns and lush textures throughout the new store are accentuated by the moody lighting and bright open windows.
When you think “outdoor kitchen,” think beyond a massive grill. By placing well-appointed accessories within arm’s reach, you can prepare meals out in the open without having to run back inside. This week’s edition of Decor Resolutions will show you everything you need to take your backyard kitchen way beyond the usual BBQ setup. Scroll on to see how we’d stock the space for a boho-chic, minimalist, and preppy home.
DENY Designs Emanuela Carratoni Pale Pink Agate Print Cutting Board ($35), H&M Wooden Bowl ($25), Target Gold Titanium Coated Pairing and Utility Knife Set ($4), H&M Textured Pitcher ($15), American Atelier Jane Stemless Wine Glasses ($40, set of four)
One of the top Pinterest trends of 2017 is a coffee bar command center — and it’s prob because no one wants to face their to-do list without a massive mug of coffee in hand. If you’re looking for ways to save a few bucks on your daily lattes, or just need to corral your mug collection, building a fab coffee bar can be a real lifesaver. This week’s edition of Decor Resolutions will show you everything you need to make your morning cuppa joe look as yummy as it tastes. So mix yourself up a minty Topo Chico iced coffee and scroll down to see how we’d style a coffee cart for a boho-chic, minimalist, and preppy home.
If you’re looking to upgrade your home with flashy new prints and sleek accents, the Apartment Therapy + Cloth & Company Capsule Collection is here to help. By using search data from Apartment Therapy, the team was able to create pieces that reflect *exactly* what current trends their readers are obsessing over. Floral accent chairs, neutral daybeds, and patterned folding screens are all included in this must-have collection. Amazon has been #slaying lately, so it’s no surprise that they’re the platform exclusively selling the line for the next three months. Scroll through to see some of the best looks from this ultra-chic collab and be sure to shop your fave items before time is up!
After swooning over the bedrooms on Pretty Little Liars and trying to copy the quirky apartments on Girls, it’s time to steal the luxe vibes of our latest obsession: Big Little Lies. When you weren’t gasping over each new secret revealed by the moms, you were most likely drooling over their stunning homes. From Madeline’s coastal-chic kitchen or Bonnie’s boho abode, these cliffside beauties are straight-up stunning. The decor inspo below will help you nail Madeline’s, Celeste’s, Bonnie’s, and Renata’s design and decor — without the million dollar price tag.
If you’re looking for a way to update your home, the modern farmhouse decor trend has a totally relaxing and inviting vibe. And since the style borrows all the best trends from the past years by blending touches of rustic chic, a bit of minimalism, and even a dash of cozy hyggegoodness, the end result is one fresh, sophisticated look. This week’s edition of Decor Resolutions will show you how to give the modern farmhouse trend a twist, whether you’re more of a boho-chic gal, crave a more modern minimalist space, or are all about those rustic textures. Best of all? No actual farm work required.
Following their buzzy collaboration on high-fashion refrigerators last Spring, D&G and Italian home appliance company SMEG are teaming up again on a line of chic kitchen appliances. Coming in October, the "Sicily Is My Love" collection includes toasters, citrus juicers, coffee machines, kettles, blenders, stand mixers, and slow juicers.
Each product pays homage to Southern Italy and features designs inspired by Sicilian folklore. Symbolic motifs include Mount Etna, ornamental friezes, decorative acanthus leaves, lemons, prickly pears, and bright red cherries. (Told you fruit was so in.) There are also floral patterns that call to mind D&G's runway designs.
Your vanity is a sacred space. It’s the place you go to every morning to wake up, prep yourself for the day, and put that HBIC face on. If it’s looking a little more drab than fab (or you want to add a vanity in your home), we’ve got you covered with this week’s edition of Decor Resolutions. We’ll show you how to decorate the area, no matter how much (or little) space you have to play with. So grab your makeup brushes and scroll down to see how we’d style a vanity for the boho home, the minimalist abode, and the preppy space.
If you’re living in a small space, finding furniture that fits can be the worst. And when it comes to moving, forget it! But what if we told you there was a product that could change all of that? We’re talking lightweight furniture that can breeze through any door and be assembled in 10 minutes or less. Burrow — the latest and greatest in small space furniture design — just launched a line on April 4 that is here to solve all our tiny apartment woes. Read on for the deets!