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Mother’s Day is just around the corner, and given that most of us are finding ourselves at home more often than usual right now, it’s a great time to give your mom a gift that will enhance her interior and make quarantine a little more comfortable. And thanks to the internet, you can find the perfect last-minute gift without ever leaving home.

From pre-planted windowsill gardens to custom pet portraits, these gifts are sure to make your mom’s home happier this Mother’s Day. 

 

Floral Press Candle, $15+

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With their beautiful, pressed-flower tops and soothing scents, like Garden Tangerine and Palo Santo Rosewood, these candles will uplift any home they live in. 

 

Self-Care Gift Set, $85

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Self-care is more

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There are a lot of advantages to working from home, like pants-free meetings, no hectic commutes, and our pets as coworkers, to name a few. But if you’ve ever found yourself scrambling to style or clean up your home before a Zoom meeting to ensure your colleagues don’t see you in your full quarantine state, then you know that not every aspect of working from home is easy. 

Fortunately, many home decor and interior design brands have come to the rescue, creating chic interior backgrounds that make it look like you’re living in a pristine, high-style home, even if you’re actually surrounded by laundry, plates, and other quarantine debris. And if you’re one of the few people who have somehow managed to maintain a

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If you like the effortlessly cool look of Madewell’s clothes, then you’ll love the brand’s new home decor collaboration with Parachute. Focused on cozy, stay-at-home essentials, like high-style bedding, denim-inspired lumbar pillows, and even a dog bed for your furry loved one, the collab couldn’t come at a better time. 

The casual-chic collection is equal parts breezy and timeless, full of neutral hues, comfortable fabrics, and classic patterns that will look fresh for years to come. According to Madewell’s head of design, Joyce Lee, “For this collection, we expanded into new categories and were inspired by vintage pieces you’d find at a flea market. With hints of breezy chambray and natural indigo throughout, each piece

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As you probably already know, the pandemic, and more specifically, shelter-in-place regulations, have hit small businesses really hard. Being forced to close their doors for an indefinite period of time is an unprecedented and unexpected challenge that few businesses are prepared to handle. 

If you’re someone who's fortunate enough to still have work and the means to financially support these businesses, then now is definitely the perfect time to do it. Etsy is making it easy to do so with their new #StandWithSmall campaign, which promotes awesome independent makers on their platform while giving sellers extra time to pay their bills. 

And among those makers are a ton of home decor and furnishing shops that will take your support in exchange for

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If you’re like many of us who are at least a week or two into quarantine, then chances are you’re starting to feel more than a little restless. The first few days of staying at home can be great as we spend more time with family and finally get to those shows we’ve been meaning to watch. But as the days go on, it feels increasingly tough to find energy and motivation, which is why exercise during this time is more important than ever.  

Whether you’re a seasoned gym rat or you haven’t exercised since the ‘90s, finding ways to move your body at home can work wonders for physical and mental health. Studies suggest that exercise can do everything from improving your memory, focus, and energy to reducing symptoms of depression and

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As you might have heard (every second of every day), we’re currently experiencing a global pandemic that’s requiring a whole lot of us to leave the office and create our own little workspace at home. And as much as we love the idea of doing work in our PJs on the couch, creating a stylish and inviting work-from-home area can do wonders for our daily motivation and productivity, especially during such uncertain times. 

But if you’ve never had to think about designing a home office before, then it can feel a little overwhelming, particularly if you don’t have much space to work with. To make it way easier, we rounded up some of our favorite home offices on Instagram, which prove that you don’t need much square footage or time to create a work-from-home

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With spring just around the corner, many of us are looking to refresh our abodes for a new season. One of the primary obstacles that we often face when tasked with seasonal interior updates is a lack of storage. After all, few things cramp an interior style more than the clutter and chaos that can result from inadequate storage space.

Well, high-end furniture design company, Henrybuilt, wants to help you with all of your storage woes with its new line of furniture, featuring sneaky, high-design storage solutions. 

Dubbed Primary Objects, the collection comprises more than 50 pieces of elevated furniture that combine sleek, minimal design with abundant storage opportunities. The line offers everything from gorgeous kitchen islands to armoires to

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Nestled in the Hollywood Hills, Outpost Estates is a Los Angeles neighborhood bordered by Mulholland Dr., Franklin Canyon, Runyon Canyon Park, and Cahuenga Boulevard.

In 1853, Don Tomas Urquidez built a three-room adobe house on the site where the neighborhood is now located. Soon after, General Harrison Grey Otis, founder of the Los Angeles Times and veteran of the Spanish-American War, purchased the property from Urquidez. Otis built a clubhouse on his newly acquired property that he designed for entertaining and dubbed “The Outpost.” 

Charles E. Toberman acquired the property in 1924 and spent the next 20 years developing it as a luxury residential neighborhood. Toberman required that all residences on the property be built

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You don’t need us to tell you that the world can feel pretty stressful, especially at the moment. With many of us quarantining ourselves, either by choice or requirement, during the COVID-19 outbreak, it’s the perfect opportunity to work on cultivating an interior that promotes a sense of peace and well-being. And it’s much easier to do that than you might think. 

From clearing your clutter to creating a peaceful reading nook, the following tips will transform your home into the calming, wellness retreat you deserve. 

 

Clear the Clutter

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Followers of Marie Kondo are already aware of the life-changing magic of tidying up, and so is science. Studies have found a direct link between the stress hormone, cortisol, and

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Calvin Chester Straub was an American architect who helped shape Southern California’s postwar, modernist architectural style. Born in 1920, Straub graduated with a bachelor’s degree in architecture from the University of Southern California (USC) in 1944. Upon graduation, Straub served in the Navy during the remainder of WWII before returning to Pasadena to resume his architecture career. 

In 1946, Straub took a teaching position at USC, later becoming dean of the university's College of Architecture. During his time at USC, Straub focused on architectural responses to social issues, including low-income housing needs. This focus helped shape his architectural style, which emphasized function,

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