Living Room Ideas & Inspiration
Explore inspiring living room ideas that will drastically make your home more efficient & appealing.
Not sure where to put your money when it comes to your home’s finishes and furnishings? Design pro and Clare founder Nicole Gibbons has some answers.
Great design doesn’t have to bust the budget. The proof: these cash-conscious ideas from designers’ own homes.
Here are 11 home decor ideas from the pros that don’t break the bank.
Area rugs set the precedent for both the zone and tone within a space, meaning, these mats define design boundaries and aesthetic. When deciding on rug sizes, there are two options to consider: either a rug large enough to contain all the furniture on it or a rug that furniture is partially on. Read on to learn more about choosing a rug size for each room.
Prepare your place to attract the most prospective buyers—and land the best purchase price. Read our guide for professional tips on how to DIY your home’s staging.
Why add on when you can add under or over? Give your home bonus rooms without drastically changing its footprint.
Optimal furniture placement and the creative use of design elements can help create a more open concept. Read this guide for ideas on how to make your home feel more "open."
Bring more flexibility and functionality home with these cool, creative ways to separate spaces.
A pony wall is nothing more than a short wall, and the term is often used interchangeably with "knee wall" or "cripple wall." Read this guide to learn what pony walls are and how to build one yourself.
An interior nearly untouched since 1944 is our top living area pick—and recipient of a $1,000 Delta prize—in our 2016 Reader Remodel Contest
Resourceful TOH readers show how they stretched their home-improvement dollars with sweat equity in these six standout projects
Don't be shy about turning up the color volume in your home's common areas. Take inspiration from these well hued rooms
This bedside perch now boasts one-of-a-kind style, thanks to strips of decorative molding
Blending rustic wood with industrial metal, this coffee table has a high-end look—but costs less than $70 to make.
From our Hammer It Out series: Show off your collectibles with an acrylic-topped case that does double duty as a living room table