At the same time, some people are realizing they'll be working from home for the long haul and require new furniture.
Nearly six months later, many interior designers are helping clients make more considered decorating changes, big and small, to serve the whole family during the new school year.
As work from home becomes the new routine in the wake of COVID-19 pandemic, here are some tips to keep in mind to create the perfect home office.
Ice cream has been described as ``happiness condensed,'' so what better way to boost your mood during this pandemic summer than to bring the hues and patterns of this frozen treat into your living space?
Christmas is coming early to a Canadian Tire in New Brunswick. A store in Moncton has packed its aisles with Yuletide holiday products at the height of summer, replacing wicker sofas and parasols with ornaments and artificial trees after a run on outdoor furniture during the COVID-19 pandemic.
If your actual travel plans are on hold, you can soothe your wanderlust with a few home décor change-ups or additions.Whether you’re wishing you were at a wilderness cabin, the beach or an exotic passport destination, designers and retailers are offering clever ways to bring the world into your quarantined home space.