I’ve seen beautiful homes situated near oceans, lakes and rivers – those kinds of locations lend themselves to the affluent. So it’s no surprise when you see a well designed home with a water view. But when I think of houseboats, I have always tended to picture more egalitarian abodes. These examples leave behind any preconceptions about what’s possible when it comes to homes that actually float on water.– See the whole post at The Interior Collective.
Just about every house or apartment has them—those weird places that are difficult to decorate. Sometimes it’s just an odd nook, other times it’s that whole dead area where nothing seems to really work. Fortunately, there are a few tried and true laws of interior design that can help you make sense of and successfully decorate those unusual areas.– See the whole post at The Interior Collective.
I don’t know a man who doesn’t need his own space. Be it a home office, a workbench in the garage, or something a bit more social—like the kitchen. No matter the location, the point is for it to be the place where he can put his stamp and show his personality. For the past decade or more, these spaces have been known, both affectionately and exasperatingly, as “man caves.” Well, the man cave has grown up and become something just about any guy would be happy to show off.– See the whole post at The Interior Collective.