New and upcoming products and must-have furnishings, accessories and decor for your home.

    This year, feeling blue is a good thing. Adding Classic Blue to any room will give it a calming pop of color. 

    When adding color to a room, why not start on the floor with a colorful area rug and work your way up. Bold and bright or serene and simple, area rugs come in a variety of styles to suit your...

    Long before the Roman Empire, the central portion of Italy was occupied by the Etruscans, an ancient but remarkably sophisticated civilization. Known today as Tuscany, this stunningly beautiful...

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    As glamorous and striking a wall mural can be for a space, a mural is are also a more personalized touch to a room. It can enhance a small space and turn a drab room bolder...

    The kitchen is the heart of the home, and, when entertaining, the place everyone wants to be. Counter stools around the island allow for a comfortable place to be when spending time in the kitchen...

    Whether entertaining a group or relaxing alone with a bottle of wine, a bit of tasteful barware will elevate any evening.

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    The Edison bulb has become a staple for an elegant look to warm up any room with its warm glow. It emulates the warmth of a candle and can be very flattering, making a warm and...

    Calacatta gold, by Silestone, available at Alspaugh, Anne Marie Design Studio, Archway Cabinetry and Design, BaumHouse, Beck Allen, brooksBerry Kitchens and Baths, Callier & Thompson,...

    1. Somerset medium pendant in heritage brass, by Hinkley Lighting, available at Metro Lighting. 2. Electric percolator in copper, by Euro Cuisine. 3. Traditional two-handle kitchen faucet pot...

    Bring a pop of color, a daring design or a classic finish to your kitchen remodel with these inspiring backsplashes!

    1. Weston kitchen pendant, by Crystorama, available at Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery. 2. Lola glass pendant, available at Anthropologie. 3. 5-light chandelier in Windsor gold,...

    One of history’s most distinctive architectural styles, Tudor homes have been in and out of fashion since the early 1500s. The design made its initial appearance in England during the reign of the...

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