Sep 15, 2022 | Carpet One Floor & Home
Although it’s always sad to say goodbye to the bright days of summer, fall brings with it a crisp, clear air that paves the way for new beginnings. And what better time to refresh your home than during this cooler season, forgoing the rainy days and summer heat!
The housing market is hot right now, which is why so many people are choosing to stay in their homes and remodel. Whether you’ve just bought a new home or you’re investing in renovating your current house, let this issue of Beautiful Design Made Simple guide you through the journey!
There’s no doubt that renovating your home can be an exciting process. But, as with any major project, there are many ways that things can go wrong. With our list of renovation mistakes to avoid, you can be on your way to the home renovation of your dreams without any unwelcome surprises along the way.
Design by LAURA HAY Photography by STEPHANI BUCHMAN
Whether celebrating a special event or simply socializing with friends, an at-home bar allows you to drink in the comfort of your own home. With a home bar, there are endless ways to customize your bar space for the coffee fanatics, tea snobs and wine drinkers alike. Find out how to personalize your wet bar to make it the perfect happy hour spot in your humble abode.
Design by LISA KOOISTRA Photography by BLYNDA DACOSTA
In this exclusive interview with Lisa Kooistra, we find out how she took an older, run-down bungalow and transformed it into a brand new contemporary space. Get a sneak peek behind the design of this unique home renovation and discover how to turn your home into an elevated, cozy design with warm textures and neutral color palettes.
This issue’s styles we love section features three trending interior design styles that are sure to make a statement within your home this season. Biophilic Design features nature-inspired details that allow you to connect with the outdoors without ever having to leave your home. The French Riviera design showcases an upscale style that’s complemented by neoclassical elements that resemble the aesthetic of the French Mediterranean. Lastly, there’s Art Deco which is perfect for those who want to make their space stand out with bold colors and striking details.
Our four-legged friends are the best companions. But while Fido has the cutest little paws, it isn’t so cute when those same paws are dragging mud throughout the living room. No matter how adorable our furry friends are, it’s the ugly truth that they tend to chew, claw, and shed all over the place. Luckily, there are ways to pet-proof your home without sacrificing style for function. Find out how in this exclusive article from the latest issue of Beautiful Design Made Simple.
Design by MARGARTIA BRAVO Photography by TAHVORY BUNTING
It’s no secret that the world moves fast when it comes to trends. What might’ve been in style yesterday, could be out of style today, which is why we’re keeping you in the loop with what’s trending in interior design for 2023. We got the inside scoop from several design experts to stay ahead of the trends for next year.
Different areas of your home have different needs. While your bathrooms, kitchens, and laundry rooms might need waterproof and durable flooring, your bedroom and living room might be better off with a comfortable, warm surface underfoot. Delve into designing a seamless floor transition and choose the best floors for your space.
Written by Patti Wilson
Design by PATTI WILSON Photography by JAMES LEE PHOTOS
Renovating your kitchen can be a hefty project to take on. After all, you have to learn to live without a kitchen during the process. Once all is said and done, you’ll be left with the kitchen of your dreams, but how do you get through the renovation stage without living in utter chaos? Expert Patti Wilson shares her tips for surviving a renovation so you can fast-track your way to the perfect end result with ease.
Written by Kate O'Hara
Last but not least, Kate O’Hara takes us behind the scenes of her downtown loft renovation for a city-dwelling family of four. O’Hara shares her tips on how she transformed the space for the family’s unique needs and made it their own through style hacks that you won’t want to miss.
Read the full versions of these articles when the Fall/Winter magazine goes live here.