Target Is Selling Mid-Century Modern Furniture for a Steal

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Target has been hinting about the release of its new budget mid-century modern furniture line all summer. The suspense probably killed a few design fanatics. For the survivors, Project 62, the retailer’s Scandinavian mod/mid-century modern collection of furniture and home accents, is finally available online.

According to Target, “1962 was a big year. Modernist design hit its peak and moved into homes across the country. And in Minnesota, Target was born — with the revolutionary idea to celebrate design for all. Project 62 embodies this legacy with a collection of modern pieces made for everyday living.”

Have you been wanting to have a hip and modern home without the hit to your wallet? Check out these stunning pieces (and the price tag!) from their collection of nearly a thousand. Don’t wait too long to get yours, availability and color options change daily.

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32 White Bedrooms That Exude Calmness

Your bedroom, whether you share it with a partner or sleep peacefully alone, should be a reflection of your personality and your values. Most importantly, a bedroom should be a place where it is easy to relax. Some people may prefer to splash colors on the walls and bring in large tropical plants to create their own jungle getaway, but others will tend towards something a bit simpler and more zen. The bedrooms featured here are unafraid of dirt, dust, or red wine. The white palettes are soothing, bright, and welcome relaxation while beautiful furnishings, art, and accessories add just enough personality that each room feels like home.

10 Gifts for the Bedroom

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Easy Ways to Refresh Your Bedroom for Spring

Out with heavy blankets and chunky knits and in with lightweight sheets and pillow covers.
Most of us welcome the warm weather with a swift change in wardrobe and forget all about our homes. But when high temperatures finally arrive, you really should refresh not just your shoe collection, but your home and specifically, bedroom, as well. Because while that faux fur throw kept you cozy all winter long, it won’t do you any favors come spring. We chatted with Ariel Kaye, CEO and founder of Parachute, to get her expertise on refreshing your bedroom for the season.
Swap out your sheets.

Bye flannel. Toss those heavy sheets for a linen or cotton percale that’ll keep you cool all spring and summer long, Kaye explains. “We often compare our percale to the perfect button down shirt—cool and crisp to the touch. This is a great fabric for those who want a fresh, cool feel during spring and summer.” Linen is also a great option as it’s breathable and durable.

Store those heavy blankets.

Again, there’s really no need for a heavy down comforter. If you’re not wearing a jacket outside, why wear one inside? This box pattern quilt from Parachute is a great replacement. “In the warmer months, I often shed my duvet comforter and use my quilt as a cover,” Kaye says.

Change window coverings.

It’s time to let the sunshine in. If you insist on keeping those light-blocking curtains, consider investing in sheer curtains to layer underneath that still give you privacy but let natural light into your space.

Replace anything that’s worn out.

“The change of seasons is a great time to evaluate the condition of your bedding, repair worn items and discard any pieces that may be underused or outdated,” Kaye says. And think beyond the sheets too. Consider replacing your pillows with all natural down or hypo-allergenic down filling.

Wraparound Headboards: The Sexy, Unusual Bedroom Detail We Love

There’s something I really love about an upholstered headboard. It’s like a headboard that wants to be a pillow. Come, it says. Sit here. Lean on me. So of course I was delighted to find this photo of a bed from Dublin’s Dean hotel, which has an upholstered headboard that wraps all the way around the bed, to encase you in coziness while you sleep, or when you wake up.

The padded beds appear in the hotel’s Mod Pod rooms, which at 136 square feet, are quite small. The wraparound headboard is, in fact, a great setup for a small space, giving the bed a couch-like quality that encourages multiple uses.

You may have already noted that a headboard like the one above, which wraps around three sides of the bed, is really only possible if your bed is tucked into a little nook like the one above. But you can also create a headboard that wraps two sides of a bed placed in a corner, for much the same effect. Want to get the look? This project is actually a DIY, from Ann Sandy of Med et Lekent Sinn.

 

This daybed, in the living room of a New York apartment from Elle Decor, does double duty as both couch and guest bed. (I’m guessing this is probably a custom job, but the way the headboard matches the upholstery of the bedframe gives it a nice cohesiveness.)

In this photo from Glamour Nest, the wraparound headboard actually serves a very practical function: keeping the pint-sized occupant of this pint-sized bedroom from whacking himself on the wall.

 

And now for something a little bit different: a bedroom from House & Garden with a wraparound headboard that wraps not just the bed, but the nightstand too. Talk about an embrace! You still get the same cozy effect, but with the advantage that it’s much easier to make the bed.

In this California home spotted on 1st Dibs, a bed fits neatly into a little nook thanks to a wraparound headboard in the most beautiful blush pink suede. The tiny shelf that serves as the nightstand looks to be built into the headboard. It’s both incredibly stylish and incredibly cozy—exactly what you would want in a bedroom.

6 AMAZING BEDROOM IDEAS TO COPY FROM MARIE CLAIRE MAISON

The new seasons arrived, and it’s time to renew your home decor. If you are looking for decoration ideas to create a new modern interior design, so don’t stop reading this! Looking for the best design inspiration, we elected Marie Claire Maison to give you amazing bedroom ideas so you can welcome better the next seasons to come.

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Are you tired of your white and lifeless walls? Bet on wallpaper tendency to give vitality to your home. In your bedroom, line a whole section of the wall with a revitalizing wallpaper and blend with most refined decorative accessories. This will make an impressive decoration, without any effort!

A cozy rug, an animal skin, soft and refined colors and that’s it: a perfect bedroom with a super comfortable and clean decor. The head of natural wood with oil blue buttons brings depth and originality to the room.

This is the perfect example of the Keep it simple! rule creates amazing spaces! This blue bedroom with simple elements turned  is a deep but soft space.

Decorate with gray shades don’t have necessarily to make the bedroom a cool place!

Mix simple pieces with bold and neutral colors. This will give a great personality to your space.

Create a different and functional bedroom with simple ideas like this! Separate your space with a shelf and place with minimalist lamps.