Decor

Looking To Refresh Your Space? R29’s New Home Decor Collection Is Here To Help

In the era B.C. (before COVID), “home” had its designated purposes. It was where you slept, got dressed, sometimes cooked. You’d come and go. On whims. You’d vacuum only when absolutely necessary.

Now, several months deep in quarantine, “home” is: an office, a restaurant, a workout studio, a bar, a spa, a beach, a library, a movie theater, et al. Which means it’s the perfect time to give your space a makeover.

For over a year now, Refinery29 has been working hard to create a creative line of home goods that’ll help make the interior of your home feel just as inspiring as the outdoors once did.

Designed in partnership with VCNY New York, the full collection is curated by women, and it might include just the home-office-spa-gym accent your prolonged quarantine has been waiting for. With a line-up of bright statement pillows, textiles, and sheet sets, the

Read More

14 Target-worthy pieces of farmhouse decor you can get from Home Depot

Home Depot is chock-full of rustic farmhouse decor.
Home Depot is chock-full of rustic farmhouse decor.

— Recommendations are independently chosen by Reviewed’s editors. Purchases you make through our links may earn us a commission.

I grew up on a farm. Or, let me amend that: I grew up with chickens. That counts, right? Okay, maybe not. At the very least I can say that to this day, farmhouse decor makes me feel like I’m back home. I know I’m not alone here, either. Whether you wake up early to milk the cows or to catch the commuter line into the city, bringing in pieces of rustic decor can make your home feel a little warmer, cozier, and more lived-in. (Not sure if it’s right for you? We have a guide for that!). I can’t take my grandma with me everywhere I go, but I can at least make her proud with a decor style that centers

Read More

8 Creative Kitchen Decor Ideas (That Involve Zero Renovating)

They often say the kitchen is the heart of the home: You use it for lounging, socializing, cooking and everything in between. However, if you can’t stand the way it looks, you’re probably prone to avoiding it altogether—and what a waste of square footage that can be.

This versatile space can encompass so much, incorporating a number of different styles depending on what you’re looking for. No matter whether you want a family-friendly space to gather or simply an area in the home where you can get your sous vide on in peace, there’s always a way to create a kitchen that’s stylish and functional. Even if you’re limited on space. And even if you can’t undertake a massive reno. To help you out, we asked interior designers for their top kitchen decor ideas, along with no-effort purchases to make those concepts a reality.

RELATED: Is Brown Furniture Back? Yes!

Read More