home design

Revolutionizing Home Design: Advanced Software Features Explored

In the digital age, we’re spoilt for choice regarding home design software. These programs aren’t just for professionals anymore; they’re for us, the everyday homeowners who want to transform our spaces into something spectacular.

But what sets the top software apart are its advanced features. These tools let us take our designs to the next level, giving us the power to create our homes truly. These features, from 3D modeling to virtual walkthroughs, are game-changers in home design.

So, let’s explore these advanced features and how they’re

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Celebrity designer and Minnesota native Nate Berkus shares tips on making home spaces work for you

Home design, just like people, evolves through the years. Minnesota native and celebrity interior designer Nate Berkus is an expert at reimagining space for changing needs, whether that’s downsizing, moving or reimagining extra rooms as an empty nester.

“The story of what a successful interior communicates is who you are, who you’ve been, and who you aspire to be,” said Berkus, whose recent design partnerships include Amazon and PetSmart. We caught up with him on the phone from his home in New York, which he shares with husband and fellow interior design star Jeremiah Brent and their two young children.

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Phoenix Interior Design & Home Improvement, Custom Fabrications Announced

Kristen Ketterson, the certified professional interior designer behind Interior Motifs (602-515-8894) in Phoenix, Arizona, is pleased to now be offering custom fabrications as a part of her full-service interior design work.

Kristen Ketterson is pleased to announce that Interior Motifs’ services now include custom fabrications. She hopes that this new offering will allow her design firm to create truly unique and personalized interiors for their clients and to bring their vision to life in a way that goes beyond standard or conventional ‘off the rack’ pieces and style selections.

More information is

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Creative home design ideas for the new year

Q: With a new year, we’ve been rethinking our home’s layout and style. Can you offer any design ideas for inspiration?

A: Home design is always evolving, and staying attuned to what’s both new and reflective of your personality is no small feat. Your home should be creatively and uniquely yours so that you’re as comfortable as possible when you’re there. 

And odds are, you’re there a lot! Now that working remotely is commonplace, the average American spends 18 hours and 43 minutes per day at home. That’s more than 75% of the time. Don’t waste it behind four

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7 Home Decor Upgrades That Look More Expensive Than They Are

Swap out that builder grade lighting.

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Most of us have a long list of home upgrades we’d make if money was no issue. But home improvements don’t have to be all or nothing. There are plenty of small changes, simple refreshes, and decor swaps that can be done in a weekend or even just an afternoon—and they won’t drain your bank account. Here are seven home upgrades you can do that will look way more expensive than they are.

Replace Your Builder Grade Lighting

It’s time to replace your boob lights. The flush mount lights are standard in many homes,

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Global Design Company Is First Specialty Home Retailer To Premiere On Popular Platform

BROOKLYN, N.Y., October 04, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Global design company, West Elm, a member of Williams-Sonoma, Inc. (NYSE: WSM), the world’s largest digital-first, design-led and sustainable home retailer, announces the launch of its own virtual world, West Elm Home Design, on Roblox, a global platform bringing 52 million daily users together through shared experiences. The first major specialty home retailer to premiere on Roblox, West Elm’s debut into the metaverse offers a best-in-class virtual experience with high-fidelity design and unprecedented photorealism that will appeal to

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2022 Houzz emerging home design trends: Ready for a red door, cloffice or barndo living?

Midcentury modern continues to be a popular home design style based on the high number of searches on the online resource Houzz.

Materials and lines reflective of the swank, “Mad Men”-era midcentury modern style — such as small, slim rectangular kit kat tile (also known as finger mosaic tiles), nubby bouclé rugs and ottomans, and curved sofas — are also common search terms, according to Houzz’s 2022 emerging home design trend report.

Houzz, a home renovation and design site, offers information and photos from more than 2.7 million participating home remodeling and design professionals, including kitchen and bathroom

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