Interior Design, Pet

A Dog’s Life

Hold Everything!

Plush toys…tennis balls…frisbees…rubber Kongs.  In my home, dog toys of all varieties are very often strewn around the house.  For this reason, I am obsessed with decorative containers – fabric, woven, wire – you name it…I have one. Plain and simple, that is how I keep the dog toy collection at bay. Decorative containers can range in price from $10 to $100 depending on what they are made from. Typically, the more natural the material, the more expensive they are.  And if you dog is a chewer, I advise that you don’t buy the expensive basket made from seagrass…Target is the way to go.  Here are few container options that work well in most décors:

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  1. White & Grey Large Round Woven Plastic Storage Basket Room Essentials™,
  2. Heavy Metal Large Basket,
  3. Bins in Blue,
  4. Nantucket Woven Seagrass Rectangular Bin on Wheels,
  5. Gray & White Round Fabric Bin Pillowfort™,
  6. Harvest Wire Storage Baskets with Handles,


Interior Design

Trends from the Nest

Embrace the Curves

Say goodbye to boxy, straight lines and hello to curves.  One of the top design trends for 2018 is curved lines and we are seeing it show up in furnishing, accessories and archways.  With a nod to the 1970’s, curved furnishing create a look of luxury, softness and comfort.  These natural and organic shapes really bring out the glamour in your home.  Designers see it as a replacement for the minimalist Mid-Century Modern and Industrial Reclaimed looks that have dominated the scene in the past couple of years.

There are many ways to add this look to home whether it’s a complete curved design or just accent pieces.  Either way it is the perfect way to glam up your home.

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  1. Scoop Stool,
  2. Luther Swivel Chair,
  3. Cedar & Moss Globe,
  4. Robey Snow Curved Sofa,
  5. Nicholas Marble Round Coffee Table,
  6. Layne Round Wall Mirror, http://www.pottery
  7. Fine Fixture Pedestal Sink,

Grayson Chair,