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It’s time to put to bed those thoughts of adjustable foundations only being useful for the elderly (pun intended). Comfort and restful sleep are important at every age! So go ahead, indulge in breakfast in bed. Simple pleasures like that just got a whole lot easier… For Comfort || Having the power to control your sleeping position beyond the usual side, back, and stomach movement is a pretty amazing feature that will positively impact the quality of your sleep. Enjoy the luxury of reading a book or watching television in bed at the touch of a button. No more pillow forts to support your back & head! Hit the gym a little too hard? Adjust the bed to a position that relieves the strain on your lower back. For Health || Aside from improving the overall quality of sleep, adjustable bases also have been long-time recommended for those suffering from health issues such as respiratory and circulation conditions, fibromyalgia, and heart problems. Do you get frequent acid reflux? At the touch of a button you can elevate your back in an effort to aid the symptoms. The best part about power bases? You’re not limited to one type of mattress to pair with it. There are many different mattress options from foam to innerspring that will work well with an adjustable foundation.
Man Cave, meet the Haute Haven. Transform your walk-in closet into a style savvy sanctuary where you can sip libations and discuss the latest trends with your fellow fashionistas… The Layout || Maximize the space you have by utilizing your wall space from top to bottom. Line your walls with a mix of angled shelving for shoes, rods for hanging garments, and cubbies for your folded wardrobe. You can even utilize the wall space surrounding your doorway by adding shelving above the door; this is a great spot to store your handbags! The Furniture || Keep your lingerie and jewelry organized by adding a small armoire into the mix. This little organizational gem will fit snug beside your doorway leaving the middle of the room open for seating. Make a statement with a pair of brightly colored accent chairs, a luxe velvet settee, or even just a fun printed bench depending on what your space allows. You’ll appreciate having a place to sit while you sip your morning coffee and decide what to wear. Don’t forget a little side table! The Accents || No walk-in closet is complete without a mirror. Whether you choose a free-standing looking glass or carve out wall space to design your own three-way mirror, this is a must-have for any closet! Cozy up the space by adding a plush area rug and finish it off with a chic chandelier.
Blue & White || From nautical navy and white to chinoiserie patterns, this combo always looks fresh Certain color combinations have truly stood the test of time, none more so than blue and white. When it comes to interiors – outdoors, too – blue and white always looks fresh, cool, crisp and sophisticated. From bold, poolside cabana striped draperies to richly-patterned chinoiserie vases and ginger jars, this timeless pairing works equally well in solid blocks of color or intricate patterns. It's particularly strong in cooling down summer outside settings, but for warmth and zing, add orange, pink or yellow. And, you can use blue and white in any room – think of a guest bedroom covered in French toile de jouy (twal-duh-zhwee) fabric, the aforementioned chinoiserie vases scattered around a living room, or a serene bedroom with muted versions of blue with white for comforters, pillows, and window treatments. However you incorporate it, blue and white just feels right. However you incorporate it, blue and white just feels right. Sky-View Seats || It's not surprising…according to many surveys, America's favorite color is blue. It's almost never jarring, but calm and cool, though it does feel more energetic in saturated versions of navy, royal blue, and turquoise. And, it's readily available on upholstered furniture, from dining and accent chairs to upholstered beds, sofas and ottomans, as well as every kind of accessory. Metal or wicker outdoor furniture is often painted white, with classic navy blue cushions for an inviting summer look.   Coastal Connotations || There's nothing better than relaxing by the ocean, lake or pool. Blue sky, blue water, white sand – we're intrinsically drawn to these coastal hues because they are so prevalent in nature. And even though grey is an enduring color go-to, we don't long for a grey sky the way we do blue. You can create coastal vibes in any room using blue and white, especially if you mix in variations like cornflower, periwinkle or powder blue. Sometimes you can find many variations in one area rug that can act as a springboard for creating an oasis of calm.   Cool Accents || If you have a neutral-hued room, add some color with blue patterned pillows, and for porch, deck or patio, get them in Sunbrella weather-resistant fabrics. For dining, set a table with blue and white patterned dinnerware mixed with cobalt water goblets, plus blue and white floral table linens for a fresh look. Typically, bathrooms are white, so towels and rugs with blue in them beautifully complement white tile and porcelain. Or, try painting a light blue ceiling in a white room for a tranquil feeling every time you look up. This technique is often used to great effect on porches, where Southern tradition says a "haint blue" ceiling will ward off evil spirits.
Dining spaces. We all have them whether it's an entire room or just a nook carved out of a larger room, but it's a space that is traditionally driven more by functionality than fashion. Get creative by styling a dining space that is as thoughtfully curated as your living room or bedroom. Dine in style with these tips… Deconstructed Dining || Forgo uniform dining sets and opt for buying dining separates. Even the most modern dining sets can feel stuffy because they are just so… perfect. Think of your dining set like your family – while you all share similar qualities, you're not all exactly the same. Piece together your dining set starting with the dining table. Thoughtful Texture || Cozy up the space by adding unexpected texture that encourages your guest to stay around the table and enjoy good conversation and laughter. Soften seating by adding cushions, throws, or even a small sheepskin pelt! Go green while adding a pop of color or pattern to your look by using cloth napkins. Finish off the look with fresh flowers, not fake ones! This will keep your look constantly evolving so you never get tired of looking at the same centerpiece – plus they smell great! Mixed-Matched Chairs || Your dining table is the neutral piece of the design giving you the flexibility to get really creative with your chair selection! As with any other décor, be mindful of the styles, colors, or patterns you mix. There should still be at least one common thread that keeps the overall look cohesive while still being perfectly imperfect. For example; if you have four different silhouettes paint them the same color or vice versa. Another great contrast is mixing modern with vintage!
Whether your goal is to make a style statement, give your feet a cozy treat, or hide a floor blemish, area rugs don’t get enough credit for all they can do to transform a space…. Make a Statement || With all the options out there from traditional oriental, to modern geometric, to bold splashes of color, choosing the rug that is right for your space can be overwhelming! Even if the rug is meant to be the ornamental piece in the room, it still needs to flow with the rest of your design. If you are introducing a new pattern, it should be within the same color scheme of the existing patterns in the room. This will ensure that your contrasting elements complement, as opposed to compete against each other. If you are introducing a bold color, it should share the same undertones as the existing palette in the room (i.e. warm vs. cool hues) whether those colors are neutral or not to keep the look cohesive. Warm the Space || If this décor for your floor is meant to be a plush treat for your feet be sure to pick the pile that best suits your style. A high pile (taller than ¼) will add texture to your space and feel warm and cozy underfoot, however this style is prone to more wear and tear. High pile rugs are great in low traffic areas like the bedroom or living room. A low pile rug (shorter than ¼) is fantastic for higher traffic areas since they are easy to clean and prevent allergens from getting stuck in the fibers. Though not as soft underfoot, a low pile rug will still soften the look of a space and add depth to the overall look. Hide a Flaw || Whether the flaw on your floor exists on tile, hardwood, or even a carpet, an area rug can be a fashionable fix! Contrary to popular belief, layering an area rug over wall-to-wall carpeting is not a faux pas when it's done right. Most wall-to-wall carpeting is fairly neutral so this is your chance to make a statement while hiding whatever blemish exists below! Keep pile in mind – anything too thick will cause a tripping hazard, but don't be afraid to play with different shapes or patterns. This will make the look more like a purposeful design rather than a quick fix to a bigger problem. Don't worry – your secret is safe with us.
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