Chicago Hotel Design

Named “The Hottest Hotel in City” by Vanity Fair, the Chicago Athletic Association Hotel opened on Michigan Avenue in May. For over 120 years, the Athletic Association was a men-only club staffed by Chicago’s elite. The elegant 1893 Venetian Gothic-style building had been closed since 2007 and was uncertain until it was bought by Geolo Capital (Commune Hotels & Resorts) …

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Small Kitchen Renovation Ideas

Often times, when looking for inspiration for small kitchen renovation ideas, there is a lot more to consider than you probably originally justified. Due to limited space, it can sometimes be difficult to do a small kitchen renovation without smart planning and research. However, having a small kitchen also has its own advantages. One of them is, of course, lower …

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Natural Elements To Your Urban Abode

Being in nature has the ability to calm the mind and refresh the body. However, if you live in a metropolis, chances are you are not spending enough time in the woods or on the beach. For a life in a lack of natural landscapes, follow our guide to adding natural elements to your urban residence. Image via Anne Li …

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Fall Colors Home Decor

Usually the colors of home decor don’t change as quickly as they do in fashion. After all, changing the color of an entire room is a lot more complicated than changing the color of your jacket. While we don’t entirely agree with Elle Decor’s premise that the color of the home changes seasonally, we agree with the overall concept that …

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Summer Interior Design Trends

Since summer seems to be starting later and later every year, let’s take a moment to highlight the summer interior design trends of 2018 so you can bring the sun into your home this season. Contrasting colors If your home is a pale, neutral hue year round, then consider how to add energetic and expressive color shots to add value …

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South Beach Home Redesign

When a family in London bought a vacation home in South Beach, they turned to Decor Aid and were commissioned to convert their waterfront apartment into a space worthy of their primary residence. In front After this When we got to the recently acquired space, we knew that the entire apartment undoubtedly needed renovation. Outdated fittings and dull wall paint …

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Small Living Room Furniture Ideas

When it comes to decorating your living room, one of the most common spaces in any home, there are sure to be challenges in finding the right look. Especially when you work in the smallest of spaces. To make your endeavors as easy as possible, we asked Décor Aid interior designers how they are embracing proven ideas for small living …

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Wall Decoration Ideas

Tired of staring at blank, uninspiring walls? Or are you planning to freshen up a room in your home but only have a small budget to work with? According to the interior designers at Décor Aid, stylish wall decor ideas can instantly update any room in a home. Here’s why and how you can use them to your advantage. And …

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Ditched Design Trends

There are a ton of things we’d like to leave behind in 2016, including some design trends. Though faded, pure white rooms with shiny, faux-antique pieces have dominated the design in recent years, we’re ready for some changes. In particular, we’re hoping for lighter bursts of color that emphasize high-contrast neutral palettes, as opposed to pure white schemes. Here is …

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Printed Sheets For Your Bedroom

The change of the seasons has made us change our sheets. However, if you’re not ready to undertake a complete overhaul of bedroom decor, consider swapping out your bedding with a sunny set of printed sheets. If you’ve never dared dress up your bed with anything other than solid white sheets, challenge yourself to a little pattern game. It’s a …

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