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Downton Abbey Interior Colors

Downton Abbey Interior Colors

A complete paint color palette of Downton Abbey interiors that you can create in your own home.

Kohler Design Center Photo Gallery

Kohler Design Center Photo Gallery

The Kohler Design Center is a showcase of all Kohler products including kitchen and bath, engines, generators and home furnishings. We’ve got more than 100 photos!

Ram Cave Garage Design Ideas

Ram Cave Garage Design Ideas

Let your imagination soar when designing your own Ram Cave garage

Stylish and Removable Wallpaper

Stylish and Removable Wallpaper

Take this wallpaper with you and use it on any flat surface to enhance the decor of your home

designjunction in London goes Industrial

designjunction in London goes Industrial

Next week designjunction in London opens. This show has become one of the finest showcases of international design brands in the world and this year they are featuring Tramshed which will have a huge impact on the show which will be held at the Sorting House which is a 1960s […]

What’s New In Garage Door Designs and Materials

What’s New In Garage Door Designs and Materials

Earlier this month we discovered that a garage door replacement can net on average a 71% cost return on resale and is one of the top 5 home exterior improvements that give you the most bang for your buck. If you’ve decided to take the plunge and replace your aging/ugly […]

Save Space With The Stepcase

Save Space With The Stepcase

One of the biggest challenges many small space dwellers face is storage. Whether your abode has a bevy of closets and cabinets or is as bare as a bone, when every square inch counts, you need storage solutions that optimize every possible angle. Danny Kuo of Danny Kuo Design has […]

Small Space Tips: College Dorm Room Design

Small Space Tips: College Dorm Room Design

Our intern this year, Lauren, is a design student at Iowa State University and she’s done a tremendous job working with us to improve and grow all facets of Charles & Hudson. Lauren lives in student housing (dorms) like thousands of other college students across the country. We asked her […]

Ohio’s First Passive House: The Decor & Take-Home Tips

Ohio’s First Passive House: The Decor & Take-Home Tips

While walking the Passive House in February, we couldn’t help but notice the decor choices made for the ultimate eco-friendly home. From the flooring choices to furniture, accessories, color schemes, and textures, we were taken with how incredibly discerning the owners were in furnishing their new home. We’d like to […]

Simple Fireplace Redesign For Less

Simple Fireplace Redesign For Less

A fireplace is the focal point of a living room, so it’s important to have something that doesn’t make you recoil every time it catches your eye. My friends Heather and Neil had this unfortunate reaction when they moved into their 1940s traditional house in Santa Monica. The living room […]

Home Office Design Makeover

Home Office Design Makeover

There’s no reason your home office has to reflect the drudgery of bill paying, document filing, and to-do lists. Like any other room, it presents an opportunity to make a statement. And, if you work from home, your business will benefit from surrounding yourself with sources of inspiration and stimulation. […]

Compact Kitchen For Small Spaces

Compact Kitchen For Small Spaces

The alternative post for this was going to be “why design students never cease to amaze me”. Designed by Kristin Laass and Norman Ebelt from Germany, this clever project (spotted on freshome) is called “Small Type” and it has the wonderful and extremely practical ability of fitting in almost any […]

Matching Kitchen Countertops and Cabinets from Viola Park

Matching Kitchen Countertops and Cabinets from Viola Park

We’ve got news from Viola Park which is now offering countertop packages designed to work in tandem with its base units, that they hope helps simplify the process of buying a kitchen. This eliminates the need for templating or waiting for a third party to manufacture countertops after the rest […]

Unique Wallpaper Honors Space Travel

Unique Wallpaper Honors Space Travel

After designer Elizabeth Kelly of Studio Print Works bought an old farmhouse, she became enamored with the crumbling wallpaper left behind in a boy’s room. She saved several pieces and approached Studio Print Works to recreate the images, resulting in a new wallpaper collection called “Blast Off.” Part of the […]

Giveaway: Tools and More from Crestview Doors

Giveaway: Tools and More from Crestview Doors

This is our biggest Giveaway to date and we’re running it through labor day so you’ve got plenty of time to enter as well as tell all your friends and family (we’ll tell you why later). Crestview Doors is an amazing family-owned and operated business located in Austin, TX. They […]

Giveaway: Design in a Bag

Giveaway: Design in a Bag

We’ll be celebrating kitchen remodels all this month and we’re excited to kick-off this week with a Giveaway from recently profiled, Design in a Bag. Regardless of your design experience or style preference, Design in a Bag offers a wide selection of kits that provide you with a color palette […]

Luxury Treehouse Designs

Luxury Treehouse Designs

Treehouses have come a long way since the days of Little Rascals. There are now firms that specialize in designing luxury treehouses, many of which are built using sustainable materials and are of minimal impact to the environment. The best treehouse designs start with the tree which will provide the […]

Dwell on Design 2010: Contemporary and Sustainable

Dwell on Design 2010: Contemporary and Sustainable

This was our first time visiting Dwell on Design which was held at the Los Angeles convention center. It’s billed as the largest design show on the West coast. There were over 200 exhibitors and a ton of discussion panels that focused on design and sustainability. HP also sponsored a […]

Kitchen Trends To Avoid

Kitchen Trends To Avoid

There’s a reason why white kitchens are so popular – they’re classic and never seem to go out of style. ShelterPop pulled together five red-flag trends to avoid in your kitchen. “Good Enough” Trend – According to Paul Anater, kitchen-bath designer and the editor of Kitchen and Residential Design, a […]

Kitchen of Many Colors

Kitchen of Many Colors

When it comes to appliances, how colorful would you go? I grew up in a kitchen that had a mustard yellow stove before it was chucked in lieu of something a bit more modern. You might regret this decision down the line, but it looks like the colorful appliance trend […]

Best Cities For Design & Architecture

Best Cities For Design & Architecture

The folks at opentravel have created a list of the top destinations in the world for modern architecture and great design. I wasn’t surprised by their top picks. Their choices were based on urban landscape, planning and a blend of appearance and functionality. Only two cities in the U.S. made […]