CafeMom is excited to welcome Lancy Boyd of Macy's mBlog to The Lounge! He'll be taking your interior design and decorating questions until October 17th.
Lance is an Interior Designer and Decorator with over twenty years of experience, Lance Boyd brings a glamorous sense of style and a hint of wit to all of his projects. His popular web log, TheStyleHound.com, chronicles his search around the globe for the latest home innovations and style solutions. Among his many clients are House Beautiful, O magazine and Martha Stewart just to name a few.
Want a little help sprucing up your home? Ask your questions here! We'll post Lance's answers on 10/29. One mom who asks a question will win a $20 gift card to Macy's!
The Interior Design Expert giveaway starts 9/30/12 at 11pm (ET) and ends 10/17//2012 at noon (ET) (the "Giveaway Period").
Enter by replying to this post with an appropriate comment during the Giveaway Period.
Multiple entries are permitted and encouraged, as it increases your chances of winning.
One winner will be selected in a random drawing of all eligible entries to receive a $20 gift card to Macy's.
The random drawing shall occur on or about 10/19/12.
No Purchase Necessary.
Open to US, DC, and PR residents 16 years and older.
basicaly, I live in a dump. I hate it here but it is the only place that I can afford to rent. It has ugly brown comercial wall to wall carpeting and cream colored wall (some are that horrible stucco) that I am not allowed to paint any other color.
What can I do to make it look warmer and more inviting?
I am doing a medium gray in my living room, a warm yellow in my dining room, and a bright teal color behind my washer and dryer which is off my kitchen. What color should I paint my kitchen to tie in with the other colors? I have white cabinets and floor, and will be installing a dark gray/black countertop.
I have a lot of beautifully colored poultry feathers from our very own flock. Think peacocks, ducks, chickens and guineas. I'd love to incorporate the feathers into my decor but have no idea how. Right now they're just piled up in a vase.