Dec 10, 2020 | Carpet One Floor & Home
At Beautiful Design Made Simple, our goal is to not only inspire beautiful spaces in our readers' homes, but to inform—and the Winter 2021 issue delivers in a big way. With a focus on all-things-renovation, we're delivering advice and insight from award-winning interior designers that can easily transcend the pages into your home. Today, we're giving you a sneak peek at the upcoming issue that hits screens and Carpet One Floor & Home stores next week.
In the interest of all-things-renovation, we’re bringing you three styles we’re loving for three different spaces in the home. So whether it’s a bathroom, kitchen, or living room reno that you’ve set your sights on this year, we hope this compilation of our favorite pieces will help you curate the room(s) you’ve always dreamed of.
Chances are, you have at least one little nook, awkward area, or overlooked corner in your home that you’ve never put any creative energy into when it comes to décor. In this issue, we’re bringing you our regular 10-page interior inspiration spread, but with an unexpected twist. We’re focusing on the forgotten spaces---the nooks, crannies, and corners that aren’t currently in use and are quietly begging for attention. These curated spaces will bring you inspiration and ideas for bringing beauty and function to the overlooked areas of your home.
Design: LINDA MAZUR Photo: JASON HARTOG
Written by EUGENIA TRIANDOS + KORINA KHAMIS Design by HIBOU DESIGN & CO. Photography by DREW HADLEY
It’s 2020 and you’ve spent more time at home this year than ever before. In turn, you’ve experienced an increasingly intense itch to renovate that’s about to carry through to the New Year. Are we spot on? If so, you’re in luck. Eugenia Triandos and Korina Khamis of Hibou Design & Co. are here to offer resolve. The design duo is unveiling their insider secrets to navigating a smooth renovation process. From creating a plan and developing a budget to establishing a timeline and check-ins during construction, you’re not going to want to miss the ins and outs of their tried-and-true system.
Written by TRISH BONNEY Digital renderings by TAB INTERIOR DESIGNS
Step into the world of E-design, an increasingly popular way to enlist the talent of professional interior designers without them ever needing to step foot in your home. Thanks to ever-evolving technology, virtual design renderings can be nearly life-like featuring an expansive assortment of design elements from flooring and furniture to intricate décor details. E-design expert, Trish Bonney of TAB Interior Designs dives into the virtual design realm sharing all the benefits of this visual tool and why this avenue might just be for you.
Written by CHRISTA PIRL Design by CHRISTA PIRL INTERIORS Photography by LUCY CALL
With the Wasatch Mountains as its backdrop, a 1955 ranch-style home in Salt Lake City receives an extensive and mindful renovation that honors its mountainous setting and architectural roots. Christa Pirl, the talent behind the design, delivers an insightful and inspiring look at the one-of-a-kind home, sharing her vision and process room by room. And do you happen to recognize the kitchen? That’s right. We love this home so much we put it on the cover!
Admittedly, there’s a lot of to consider when shopping for new floors. What type? Style? Color? What complements your home’s interior style and, more importantly, what best suits your lifestyle? Fortunately, flooring experts (like our own) are well equipped to guide you through such questions and help find the perfect flooring. But before stepping foot in a showroom, it never hurts to be armed with the knowledge of what to expect. In this Tips from the Expert feature, we’re delivering just that---a basic guide to purchasing floors that will ensure you’re approaching the process informed and confident.
Written by TENILLE WOOD Design by BEAUTIFUL HABITAT INTERIOR DESIGN Photography by LIBBIE MARTIN
Step back in time and into an 1890s home with Tennille Woods of Beautiful Habitat Interior Design. Armed with a delicate touch and meticulous mindset, the talented designer transformed the 17th century adobe into a 21st century-functional, modern oasis. The before and after story is sure to evoke a new love for old homes.
The Winter 2021 issue of Beautiful Design Made Simple magazine hits screens and Carpet One Floor & Home stores next week. Don't forget to check back for your FREE copy.