Need a change of scenery? Here’s how to do it without ever leaving your home
The advertiser paid a fee to promote this sponsored article and may have influenced or authored the content. The views expressed in this article are those of the advertiser and do not necessarily reflect those of this site or affiliated companies. “Live in the D” host Jason Carr chatted with Jackie Schwartz, owner of Home Interior Warehouse, about how best to give your home a new feel. You may need a sofa, lamp or just a nice piece of eye-catching artwork. Schwartz said the current trend is contemporary, but Home Interior Warehouse has more mid-century modern pieces and updated traditional style that can freshen up a room, too.
How to prepare your outdoor space for entertaining this spring, without blowing your budget
As we head into spring, it’s the perfect time to start looking at turning your backyard into a dream entertainment space. Admittedly, it can be hard to find outdoor furniture that isn’t insanely expensive or too cheap to withstand the outdoor weather. When he realized no one was offering high-quality, affordable outdoor furniture, he did a lot of research, convinced his girlfriend to move closer to factories to source direct and started Yardbird. He said now is a great time to take advantage of the huge comeback in outdoor dining. Even though we have to remain distant, having a good outdoor space makes seeing friends and family a little more doable during the pandemic.
Break up your living space with these creative room dividers
Local 4 Style Editor Jon Jordan is back with some tips on how you can break up your space with some simple stylish hacks. Jordan said that room dividers were particularly popular in the 1950s and 60s, so go classic with a mid-century modern look. Rethink room dividers with something like a rolling table with tall décor on it. If you’d prefer a more solid solution to breaking up a room, Jordan says you can just Velcro a foam core board to the same rack. For more style and décor tips from Jordan, watch the video above.