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A living room remodeled by Jayne Morrison Interiors, featuring a tan sofa with purple and tan throw pillows, a purple chair, a glass top coffee table and many accent pieces.

Designer Jayne Morrison shares a few of-the-moment trends she’s hearing a lot about right now—and ways to bring them home without breaking the bank.

Coral, pantone color of the year, pantone, living coral

Pantone's 2019 Color of the Year is Living Coral. Here are some ways to weave the color into your home's palette.

soaker tub, tub, bathroom remodel, bathroom

More and more, home and boutique hotel bathrooms are welcoming soaker tubs, some of which offer jets and other options.

home and garden, gardening, home remodeling, home design, home and garden resources

Whether you’re building a home from the blueprints of your dreams or remodeling a house to suit your family’s needs and wants, we want to help you relax.

Velvet, velvet decor, velvet furniture, interior design, interior decorating

Velvet has been around for ages, and while its use on furniture took a backseat for a time, it's now popular again.

If you’re looking to update your living quarters, repainting the walls or updating your window fixtures might be the solution. A new coat of paint or set of blinds can bring a fresh new look and feel to your entire house.

The issue of climate change feels daunting to most, something too big for any given individual to have an impact upon.

Jayne Morrison has been seeing gray in interior trends recently, but spring is about to bring a new crop of colorful features. Morrison recently completed a Plymouth bathroom and fireplace remodel — work that refreshed the space for a brighter feel.

Whether you’re making the move from renter to homeowner or just into a new place, the expertise of an agent can make for a smoother and informed process. Family and friends can give well-intentioned advice, but the details can get complex.

As an interior designer, Jolynn Johnson has made a career out of remodeling other people’s houses, but a recent project gave her the opportunity to work on her own. Earlier this year, Johnson moved from St.

Plymouth home design firm Mingle has you covered with this season’s trends in colors, patterns and textures. “Oak is actually back, believe it or not,” says kitchen and bath designer Megan Dent.

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