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Inspired by different places and what truly makes a home luxurious and authentic (the people inside of it), Jaclyn Peters Design brings a sense of natural magic to every space in this interior design world.
An unfinished basement is a great way to let your design ideas flow and go wild because you’re working with a blank slate. You will get the joy forming a brand new space to perfectly fit your lifestyle and design aesthetic.
It’s our favorite time of year here at Project Remodel and we’d like to spread Christmas cheer by featuring some of our favorite holiday decor ideas currently making appearances across the internet. We’ll walk through each image and share with you why we are wild about the designs and feel compelled to showcase them on the blog.
While enjoying a holiday dinner and dining out may be “easier,” the atmosphere in a restaurant most likely won’t match the coziness of your home, where wine keeps flowing and belly laughs won’t disturb other diners. Including top tips to make your table shine.
We decorate with a personal twist, even if we don’t notice we’re doing so. Kirsten Grove, created and curator of Simply Grove and designer for We Three Design, believes this home heart-work wholeheartedly.
As the mother of two active kids, a blogger and a full-time business owner, Kate knows how hard it is to find time for yourself. Take a deep dive into this feature to see her mom hacks and her ability to navigate life each day.
715 Hudson is a local shop located downtown Hudson, Wisconsin. Owner, Kendra Wiesmeyer, has been running the home decor retail gem for over 5 years. From artwork to pillows, this store has you covered.
Meet the Founder of #HandmadeModernHome. Erin Francois describes her interior design style as Handmade Modern Home and it’s at the core of her content strategy on her blog, Francois et Moi.
Kate Arends of Wit and Delight leads a team of writers, photographers, graphic designers and other creatives who work and create in a space called Studio125, located at the historic Frisk building in Northeast Minneapolis.
A foundational element of a mood board is often the type of stone for projects ranging from kitchens, bathrooms, backsplash, tub surrounds and more. No matter what project you’re working on, quartz stone is always our stone choice for several reasons.