Whether your home office takes up a large room or is neatly tucked away in a quiet corner, designing your workspace takes careful planning.
Imagine your perfect morning routine: everything you need is exactly in its place.
Bookcases are organization solutions, but they just don't work with every space.
Choosing the right lighting for your home office is an essential - but often overlooked - task. Offices commonly need to multitask as a spot to work, read, catch up on emails, and even relax.
Sometimes it's easy to overlook your home office when you're designing and decorating your home.
The entryway to your home gives guests their first impression of your interior space.
There are a few things to consider when choosing a rug, and your own personal style preference is arguably at the top of the list.
The entryway tends to accumulate items faster than any other spot in the home, but it is also the first area guests see, which is why it is important to keep it tidy.
If you work from home, you know that the setup of a home office space can directly influence how productive you are.
A media cabinet or armoire provides hidden storage for the television, stereo, DVD player, game console and more, plus at-hand organization for movies, games and music.
The everyday life of a busy family demands a family calendar - big, bold and impossible to overlook. Put it where everyone in your home is sure to see it, and make it a showstopper.
Baskets are a simple way to add beauty and organization to your home.
Find office storage solutions to get you organized and keep you focused.
The entryway is the first impression friends and family will have of your home.
Your coffee table is often the focal point of your living room, and it is not uncommon for this surface to become the landing pad for all sorts of small items that find their way into the space while you sit on the sofa enjoying them.
During summer months, outdoor spaces become home to everything from afternoons by the pool to dinner parties with friends and family.
A beautiful entrance to your home is about reconciling its two different uses: one as a well-trafficked area for daily comings and goings, the other as a decorative statement.
Let your creative goals shape the home office and inform the different work zones throughout the room.
Design your own daily time and calendar management system using our easy to use tool.
Design your own Gabrielle system using our easy to use tool.
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The kitchen is where meals are prepared, and recipes are perfected, so it is important to infuse the room with functional and inviting accents.
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