Being stuck indoors for an extended period can put strain on the relationship with your home. Like all other relationships sometimes you just need time apart, however, in a pandemic that is a little harder to accommodate. The best way to approach this problem is to reevaluate what you’re getting from your home, what do you expect from your home, and are your emotional needs being meet? Here are some tips to spruce up your home so you can fall back in love with it…
Coming off a year to forget , this new year arrives with hope and optimism. Most are screaming, ‘out with the old and in with the new!’ We have spent so much time indoors we are craving a change of scenery or even dreaming up remodels we might not be able to afford (just yet). Here are 5 ways you can freshen your home in the new year with little to no budget (so you don’t go insane during this home stretch of the pandemic) …
We are in the thick of the holiday season and I would like to share one of my favorite local stores in hopes of spreading the word on utterly amazing shops. Modern Nomad is a retail store which brought together a collection of local artisans from across Denver.
The Black Interior Design Network is a network with the mission statement: to promote diversity and inclusion within the interior design industry by highlighting designers of color and supporting black designers with business development opportunities.
We’re the dynamic duo behind House Meraki. We help individuals, like you, untangle the messiness that a renovation brings with it, to help the team create a beautiful and functional home that can be enjoyed for many years to come.
Most designers will recommend you start a collection of inspiration images for your project, but what exactly should you collect?
One of the largest growing trends for a while now is wallpaper. That’s right, I said wallpaper! Now I’m not talking about that stale, highly feminine, and sepia stained paper you remembered from your great grandmothers’ home. I’m talking about fun, fresh, and modern wallpaper. Paper that looks like artwork and murals. The kind of paper you see in trendy restaurants and hotels.
Ever wonder how designers go from concept to the final design of a room? Advice from real life designers at House Meraki explains, "the design process is a complicated journey between the designer, the client, and the home. With the right approach and part surrender of control the home can lead you to the environment it was meant to be for the homeowner."