Every year an animal becomes the focal point for accessories and accents, and this year we’ve gone a little mystical. Unicorns are fun for a child’s bedroom, but they can also be sophisticated and chic, popping up in living rooms, master suites and home offices. Let them do some magic in your home. Here are three pieces of unicorn art that will make you feel out of this world.
A soft color palette makes a sophisticated statement in the master suite, helping you drift to sleep.
Dress up a living room and declare your love for the magical animal with framed unicorn art.
Graphic black and white unicorn art is whimsical and chic for a home office.
A rug sets the tone for a room, whether it’s through pattern, material or style, and the Magnolia Home Rugs collection offers the exquisite taste of Joanna Gaines to the mix with a rug for every décor. Here are three of her designs we think you’ll love.
Striking Black and White Rug
The Lotus Black Silver Rug is a perfect complement to modern design, with its striking use of contrast and its symmetrical use of pattern. Imagine it with a sleek white leather sofa, glass table and pair of ghost chairs.
A New Traditional Rug
Give a traditional room an updated twist with the Kivi Sand Sky Rug. The distressed finish gives the classic heirloom style an urban feel as well as a sense of dimension. It’s the perfect pairing to an industrial-inspired dining room table.
Finally, add some color and pattern to your family room with the Brushstroke Rug. The casual design offers a Southwest-inspired touch, and it would beautifully pair with an oversized leather sectional.
Color trends come and go, but turquoise home decor is here to stay. The beautiful shade of blue is calming, with a touch of the ocean breeze, but it also adds a pop of fun, waking up neutrals and taking center stage. If you’re color crushing, too, here are four turquoise home decor products that you’ll love to bring home:
Set a lovely table with swirls of floral and damask. The deep turquoise finish of this dinnerware set will make your food taste better.
When Millennials buy a home, their first priority is to design and equip the kitchen, according to the Chicago Tribune. “We hear that the kitchen is the heart of the home. So many people think that dinner is a thing of the past, but Millennials recognize that the kitchen and dinner table are where family bonds and memories are made,” said housewares expert Marsha Everton. While at the 2018 International Housewares Show in Chicago, the Chicago Tribune found three big Millennial kitchen trends. Take a look:
The Natural Look
Earthy, natural materials including bamboo were one big trend at the show. Marble cutting boards, wooden trivets and leather accents provide a chic touch in the Millennial kitchen.
A Touch of Fun
Millennials love whimsical details, and playful products were a strong trend in the kitchen. From unicorn pancake molds to quirky wine charms, the idea is add some fun during mealtime.
The final Millennial kitchen trend centers around clean eating and sustainability. Because of that, look for eco-friendly, recycled, reclaimed and repurposed products that focus on the environment.
Which Millennial kitchen trend is your favorite? Let us know in the comments below.
When your alarm goes off for your early morning class, you’ll want your feet to land on a nice warm rug and not a cold floor. While some of the newer dorms are carpeted, many still have tile floors so consider bringing a dorm rug. It will also add pattern and interest to your room. Dorm rugs also do a great job at camouflaging spills and dirt. Here are five rugs that would be great for your dorm room or college apartment.
It’s smart to choose a bright color or fun pattern for your dorm rug, so you don’t have to worry about friends spilling. Patterns help hide stains.
The soft feeling of a plush rug can make a cold dorm room feel warm. Choose a dorm rug that’s shag or has high pile.
Consider a polypropylene rug, which is the easiest to clean as well as the most stain resistant.
Use a rug to create a theme for your room. It can be modern or traditional, a color palette or design that inspires the rest of your décor. A dorm rug is an opportunity to add a statement to your room.
A dark color will help hide the fact that you haven’t vacuumed … since last semester. It will also ground your room, and provide a great sense of contrast.
Like these rugs? They all ship to your dorm room for free.