Obsessing Over Decor
Two globe-trotters found their next adventure in the renovation of a 150-year-old farmhouse. Yes, they hung shiplap. But they also hung vibrant contemporary art and made room for passed-down family treasures. The look feels familiar and somehow new. Let's call it modern heirloom style.
Contractor: BuildSense; http://buildsense.com
Architect: BuildSense; http://buildsense.com
Landscape Architect: Trent Lloyd Design; http://trentlloyddesign.com
This month, the BHGLiveBetter Influencer Network created cozy fall entryways with Better Homes & Gardens at Walmart products. Whether they spruced up their outdoor decks with autumn embellishments or transformed their indoor entry spaces with seasonal decor and fragrances, each influencer settled warmly into fall. Check out the creative projects below!
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Crisp autumn air is here. Embrace the fall weather this weekend and tackle a few last home to-dos. As days get colder and nights grow longer, you'll want to savor every bit of fire and light that you can get. Prepare the hearth, arrange candles strategically and simplify decor before you cozy up in your favorite chair and enjoy the comforts of a warm living room.
This month, the BHGLiveBetter Influencer Network got their homes ready for fall with Better Homes & Gardens at Walmart products. Whether they added fresh fall fragrance, reorganized a walk-in pantry, or styled a rustic home office, each influencer creatively made her space as beautiful as the autumn leaves. Take a look at the completed projects below!
This month the BHGLiveBetter Influencer Network was tasked to use Better Homes & Gardens at Walmart products to refurnish or freshen up a "family" room, whether in their own or a family member's home. Each influencer told a family-focused story while showing her refresh project. Take a look at the completed designs below!
Where to start with a gut renovation on a three-month timeline? Take cues from the world outside and bring in natural materials, colors, and textures.
Interior Designer & Decorator: Elizabeth Morgan Albert/EMA Design; Sebastopol, CA
Contractor: LBL Construction; Healdsburg, CA; firstname.lastname@example.org
Woodworker/Contractor: Viktor Andriuskavi Duraline Construction; email@example.com
Landscape Design: EMA Design & Maile Arnold in Sebastopol.
Cabinetmaker: Rick Redus; Sebastopol, CA; rjredusdesign.com