If your home needs a little pick-me-up, we're here to help. Get inspired by some of our favorite styles from midcentury modern to transitional. Plus, local pros share their secrets on where to snag similar looks and how to avoid a #designfail. It's everything you need to create a space you'll be excited to come home to every day.
Halftime Show: With traditional and modern influences, a Shaker Heights dining room puts on a stunning performance.
In Between: If endless hours spent on Pinterest for design ideas has you bleary-eyed instead of clear-headed about how to implement this style in your own home, take these easy cues from Kathy Alexander of Alexander Interiors in Westlake.
Material Thrill: Filled with industrial elements and modern materials, this kitchen is a recipe for contemporary style.
Current Mood: To work contemporary style into your home, think about how to add warmth in some areas while streamlining others. Colleen Primm, owner of Colleen Primm Design in Strongsville, breaks down three ways to update your space.
No Fuss: With a minimalistic approach, this living room reaches its full potential with modest, well-intentioned pieces and decor.
Piece Keepers: Midcentury modern furniture can add a sleek, polished style to your home. Whether you search for vintage or opt for brand-new, we have three local spots to start your shopping journey.
Dream Revival: A throwback to cozy comforts makes dreams come true for this elegant master bedroom.
Finish Line: Crown molding is the icing on the cake for many traditional rooms. But before you select a one-size-fits-all trim, Rebecca Pantuso, architect and partner at Clemens Pantuso Architects in Chagrin Falls, recommends three crown moldings that best show off your artistic side.
Tiny Force: It may be small, but with bold hues and whimsical details, this modern powder room proves it's a mighty space.
Utility Players: To put a modern touch on your bathroom, look for fixtures with strong lines and an uncomplicated presentation. Sean Carter, president of the Ohio North Chapter of the American Society of Interior Designers, offers a few of this all-stars.
Bold Statement: The drama heats up in this eclectic sunroom with fun, funky and whimsical details.
Diverse Audience: Mixing styles, eras and trends can result in clutter, clashes and incoherence. But it's possible to get great pieces to harmonize by using simple rules. Patty Flauto, owner of Houseworks Design in Rocky River, offers tips.