Marygrace isn't a homeowner (like many millennials, she's renting while whittling away at her student loans) but thanks to her ongoing education-by-osmosis at the Money Pit, she can tell you how to prevent a wet basement, fix a squeaky floor or even properly ventilate an attic! She's grateful for the opportunity to vicariously learn from the mistakes of Money Pit listeners across America, and looks forward to the day she can put those lessons into practice — and make some mistakes of her own.
Tufted sofas, arm chairs, comforters and headboards add a trendy, yet regal touch to any room.
Earth tones in furnishings make a bold statement. Often matching better than their black, white or wood counterparts, earth tones work well with a variety of colors and styles, while still making a strong impression. Try shades of grey, brown and burgundy.
Oak furniture always adds a classy touch to any room. This year, we will see a resurgence of oak furnishings as people look for ways to add some richness to their room décor.
Metal, Glass and Wood Combination
Metal, glass and wood combination furniture is a great way to bring together many popular furniture styles. These pieces work great in rooms that need wood, glass and metal pieces pulled together to complete a look.
Curved legs on wardrobes, sofas, tables and more make a clean statement. While providing a unique touch to a room’s décor, curved legs help furnishings flow and blend better in their setting.
Reclaimed furniture offers a unique touch that modern pieces cannot. With their DIY feel, reclaimed furnishings can look very upscale while still adding a cozy and livable feel to any room.
Mirrored tables, bed frames and other furnishings create an elegant impression while working well with a variety of furnishings and home designs.