As various states begin to ease restrictions as they see the number of coronavirus cases decrease, you might find yourself asking: am I ready to have company over again?  A lot of us probably got a touch of cabin fever during quarantine, and with the weather warming up, you’ve likely given a bit of […]

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  Even if you’ve been trying to stay a little more active and healthier during quarantine, take a second and look down – are you wearing slippers right now? It’s okay, we all are. The various shutdowns and quarantines during the COVID-19 pandemic, while necessary to protect everyone’s health and safety, have really put a […]

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  The entryway is a room that can get cluttered pretty easily even during the best of times, so dealing with a dirty entryway during quarantine can be a whole other issue. While it might not be anyone’s highest priority right now, there’s actually a lot of ways that a well-organized entryway can help prevent […]

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  For a traditional decorative practice dating to ancient China, feng shui has a way of appearing in modern homes all over America! One of the Five Arts of Chinese Metaphysics dating back thousands of years, feng shui is the art of arranging the objects in an area (typically a home or other living space) […]

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  We know what you’re thinking – “wait, don’t all homes have an entryway?” If you’re defining an entryway as simply “the place where your front door opens up to”, then you would be right on a technicality. But an entryway in terms of interior design is a distinct area all unto itself, one that […]

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  In a lot of homes, the breezeway (or foyer, or mudroom, depending on where you live and what you call it) can go overlooked and underutilized. Most families just think of it as the place where winter boots, jackets, and backpacks go before you need them again, but there’s actually a lot of opportunities […]

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  Sometimes it seems like no matter how nicely organized your entryway is, there’s always something you’re stuck scrambling to find in the morning before you leave the house. Keys, phones, sunglasses, wallets—no matter what you need to be able to leave the house and get on with your day, it always goes much more […]

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