Interior Designer Shares Best Target Home Decor for April

Upgrade your space with this border-striped cotton throw blanket.

The blanket is cotton with a backing to make it cozier.

Target


If you’re looking to update your space with very little effort, consider adding a new throw blanket to it like this border-striped cotton one.

“Don’t underestimate the power of a good throw,” Berk told Insider. “It can add that extra layer of texture that will instantly warm up a room.”

This throw blanket is available in several colors to go with a variety of color palettes: neutral, bronze, and blue. It’s 100% cotton fabric, and measures 60 inches

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Top 7 Kitchen Interior Design Ideas in 2021

Kitchens have evolved a lot over the years. Once found only in the rear of the house, today’s kitchen design takes the kitchen out the background. The challenge for kitchen design is in creating a more open-faced kitchen, that is part of a dining area, a family room or a great room.

In deciding on how to design your kitchen, you must take into consideration such things as: will your kitchen have an island? Will it be of a modern or traditional design? What kinds of appliances will you need for your new kitchen design? What kind of lighting design?

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Interior Designers And Experts Share The Worst Kitchen Design Mistakes

Renovating a kitchen is a major undertaking because this space should ideally achieve a perfect balance of form and function. While storage and layout are practical elements, aesthetics are highly personal. But, the function of finishes such as flooring, countertops, hardware, and cabinetry is just as important. With so many decisions, it is easy to make the wrong choice. The consequences of these mistakes can be minor like a refrigerator door that hits the wall or far worse, a kitchen so poorly designed it negatively

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Why does The Wall Street Journal care about interior design?

Something I’ve come to understand: When industry insiders gossip about what’s right or wrong with the state of shelter media, they’re often reacting to the most recent celebrity on the cover of Architectural Digest. (Here’s a cheat sheet: A Kardashian—it’s bad. Anyone else—it’s getting better.) Point being, we tend to take the temperature of design publishing based on a handful of well-known magazines, or the digital disruptors threatening to dethrone them.

Lost in that conversation are newspapers. It’s too bad, because the big, national papers are quietly doing some of the best design coverage around. Though The New York

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Best of Design: Renovated Home (Interior)

PHOTOS BY ANTHONY MUSMANNO

The property in Fox Chapel had a lot going for it: an open-concept living area, enough windows to brighten a gray Pittsburgh day, a collection of mature trees and a relaxed, cozy ambiance — but there was one problem.

The house had a single functional bedroom and the client needed three.

So the team at mossArchitects—principal Andrew Moss, associate principal Darren Lloyd, project manager Anna Foster and associate and senior interior designer Gina Konopack—embarked on what was basically two jobs in one, fully renovating the existing structure and building two new bedroom wings.

“There was

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Theory Design completing interior for Seagate’s Bal Harbour model at Hill Tide Estates

Theory Design’s Senior Interior Designer Paula Myette is completing the interior for Seagate Development Group’s furnished Bal Harbour model that is under construction at Hill Tide Estates, a 9.98-acre gated enclave located on the southern tip of Boca Grande being developed by Seagate.  A second Seagate model, the Beacon, is poised to begin construction and will also feature an interior by Theory Design.  Seagate’s furnished Captiva model at Hill Tide Estates has sold.  The model showcases an award-winning interior created by Theory Design’s Vice President of Design Ruta Menaghlazi.  Theory Design was named recipient of a 2019 Aurora Award for

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