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Top Design Trends 2017: Decor and Home

  We’ve done our research, scrolled through countless resources and crunched the numbers: 2017, What’s in. What’s out.  Patterns: Go bold or go home. Don’t be afraid to mix patterns. But don’t go overboard. There is an art to the craft of mixing patterns into a room. We find patterns more crucial than ever, especially with… Continue Reading

Movements: Japanese Interior Design and the Art of Feng Shui

When I think of Japanese design, I think sleek, modern lines. Soft woods, plants galore. Beams of sunlight drifting through open windows, across pine floors with straw mats and low tables. Floor pillows and steaming cups of tea. Lanterns and water features. Peace and tranquility. There’s something inspiring about Japan’s tendency towards serenity — especially in this modern age,… Continue Reading

On Trend: Pencil Reed Bamboo

Recalling the work of famed Italian designer Gabriella Crespi, pencil reed bamboo decor adds just the right amount of organic glamour to almost anywhere in your home. While the material was a staple of 1970s and ’80s  design, it is being re-discovered and utilized in every kind of interior and aesthetic, from streamlined midcentury, to… Continue Reading

Restore & Refresh

Finn Juhl “FD136” lounge chairs for France & Son, in the designer’s residence. Perhaps there’s a chic but scruffy family heirloom in your basement. Maybe you’re on the hunt for the perfect vintage accent but wish to renew a less-than-prime piece. Or maybe you are an ardent vintage buyer who always needs a project. Regardless… Continue Reading

Design and Cocktails in Cuba : Movements Blog

Beyond the Mambo, guitar strumming streets of Communism, Cuba hides one of the richest fields of design and interior inspiration. Earth tones merge naturally into bright pastels and woods and metals collide in a look that can only be called organic industrial. Design elements throughout Cuba infuse native island culture, African sentiments and Spanish colonialism. All this and with… Continue Reading

Stay Gold with Coveted Home

It’s autumn! In Kansas City, the trees are still green, but soon, they will turn red, brown, and gold. It’s a magical time of year! The changing colors, falling leaves, sweater weather, fires, and pumpkin spice; it’s easy to see why fall is America’s favorite season. Each new season is an opportunity to reevaluate our… Continue Reading

Measuring Up

Bigger isn’t Always Better : How to maximize your space with style At Coveted Home we offer many pieces that will help make your living space more efficient, comfortable, and stylish. Unfortunately, downsizing or rightsizing (e.g., choosing to live in a smaller home that suits your needs) isn’t as easy as moving all of your… Continue Reading

An Early Spring For New Arrivals

The official arrival of spring isn’t until late March, but Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams’ new collection is helping us get through last of the cold days. Warm tones, comfortable elegance with a little edge. We are really enjoying their latest addition of artwork, lighting, upholstery, and case goods. And their new accessories are so… Continue Reading

How We Do Pull Ups

January brings resolution, rejuvenation, and rock hard abs? Not sure about the third one. Most people use this time of year to make goals pertaining to fitness, weight loss, eating right, etc. Most of these goals would involve working out; maybe doing a pull up or two. Instead of pretending to know anything about eating… Continue Reading

Bea-utility: Tasteful Organization

Small spaces make for large organizational challenges. Utilizing every square inch of your floor plan is vital. Not sacrificing taste, so crucial. I am currently moving from a house to an apartment and I can’t stop thinking about how all of my prized possessions are going to fit in my beautiful but small one bedroom… Continue Reading

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