When we asked award-winning interior designer, William Peace, ASID, of Peace Design, to create two unique rooms using our product, we knew we’d love the results. Using a raw industrial space, Bill shows us just how easy it is to create livable luxury in any environment.
This week, we’re excited to feature bedrooms from some of our favorite design bloggers, all featuring some of our newest bedding items. Anita of Cedar Hill Farmhouse is a writer, photographer, and lover of all things French. On Cedar Hill Farmhouse, she blogs about French style on a budget.
This week, we’re excited to feature bedrooms from some of our favorite design bloggers, all featuring some of our newest bedding items. Jennifer of Dear Lillie blog is an interior and graphic designer slowly updating her home. You can follow her decorating adventures by visiting her blog, Dear Lillie. Or to shop Jennifer’s style, visit her shop!
Our nesting instincts have kicked into high gear and not a moment too soon. We’re introducing 10 new bedding collections in our favorite colors and fabrics of the season, all designed to mix together for an effortless look. That means it’s now easier than ever to turn your winter den into the coziest, softest and most stylish spot around.
Is your bedroom décor stuck in a rut? Are you suffering from major boredom in the bedroom, style-wise? Then it’s time to spice things up a bit. Here are seven ways to revitalize your bedroom decor—and make your escape from the rest of the world an enjoyable one.
An upholstered headboard is the ultimate accessory, transforming any bedroom from blah to beautiful. An instant focal point, it adds major style points and dreamy softness to any bedroom. And then there’s the comfort factor: leaning against a cushy headboard to read a book or watch a movie is one of life’s little luxuries.
In her book, “Be Your Own Decorator,” Susanna Salk emboldens her readers to find inspiration in the masterfully decorated rooms of top designers featured in her book. Her design philosophy is practical: find what you love about these rooms and repeat it in your own home. But is it easy? We challenged Susanna Salk to recreate the essence of four rooms from her book using key pieces from Ballard Designs.