Embrace the energizing independence of city life with our Jane Birkin-inspired design for a studio apartment straight out of Le Marais. This bohemian-chic space combines vintage-feeling textiles with sharp decor and accessories for a contrast that only the coolest of French girls can pull off. Interesting art and mid-century modern elements meld with soft woven accents and pops of handmade wooden furniture for a lived-in look that exudes sophisticated, pared-down elegance.
Our kid-friendly dining room is comfortable, cheerful, and colorful. With non-upholstered seating (AKA: easy to clean!) and a rug that can withstand the wear and tear of toys and shoes alike, our dining room picks are perfect for both children and adults. Sophisticated yet durable, this dining room has you covered for family meals. Click below to check out our selections and get started!
Home to Jack White, Karen Elson, and Kim Carnes, Nashville isn’t just a spot for cool musicians and celebrities — it’s also one of the fastest-growing metro areas in the US. Inspired by the off-beat, broken-in look of an artist’s home, our Nashville Living Room is equal parts irreverent and transitional. Our hand-selected furniture and decor options just might make you consider moving south!
Every home needs a cool vignette “moment” — a pretty sitting nook that beckons you to sit down, read a book, or check your Instagram. Among our picks for a sitting nook under $700, you’ll find all the necessary items — chair, rug, lamps, art, side table, accessories, and more. Whether it lives in your bedroom, living room, or home office, this eye-catching corner will most certainly be your favorite spot in the house.
If you’ve ever walked into the Balenciaga flagship in New York, you’ve witnessed the magic that is Ryan Korban. With sculptural silhouettes, a monochrome color palette, and some pastels thrown in for good measure, Ryan has an aesthetic all his own. Get the look for your bedroom with our picks inspired by the designer’s signature style: luxe furniture in a graphic black-and-white color scheme with glam, gilded decor to add character and grit.
Running a business from home can be both stressful and relaxing – working chez toi is a luxury in some senses, but it can also be distracting. Creating a dedicated space for all work, no play will keep you calm, cool and collected – not to mention an organized area will help you cross off all those items on your to-do list.With our gorgeous home office furniture picks, you’ll actually be excited to come to work every day!
Hutch CEO and Founder Bea Fischel-Bock sat down with holistic chef and writer Laura Lea to talk about recipes, design, and home renovation. As a holistic chef and writer, Laura’s tips for staying at the top of your creative game are both inspiring and practical. Read more below, and click through to see our picks for a rustic, cozy dining room inspired by Laura’s home!
What is the first thing you do or make in the morning?
My bed! But THEN, the first thing I do is grab my “morning drink” out of the fridge and sip away! It’s 1/3 packet of Go Every sugar-free Strawberry Lemonade (natural) drink mix, the juice from 1 lemon, and 1 tablespoon apple cider vinegar… in water, of course! It always helps me start the day right!
What three words best describe your personal style?
Casual, consistent, and, um, blush pink whenever possible!
How do you come up with new recipes?
My recipes are inspired by what I’m craving! Or what my husband is craving! Then I just use the tricks and techniques I’ve learned over the years to create a healthy version of our favorite comfort food inspired dishes.
What’s your favorite recipe?
Ohhh that’s like picking a favorite child! I have to say, my Blueberry Peanut Butter Crumble Bars are up there, on the sweet front. For a savory dish (yes, I’m taking some license with this question, I LOVE the wild rice lentil veggie burgers from my Cookbook. They are so satisfying loaded up on a bun with all the fixins!
What’s the best advice you ever received?
Don’t treat your blessings like burdens. It’s so easy to get tunnel vision and find ourselves complaining about things that are, in fact, incredible gifts and luxuries. Repeating this as a mantra helps me find daily gratitude.
How has your business grown over the years, and how do you see it growing in the future?
Hmmm….slowwwwllllyyyy. Ha! I’ve been building my business for four-plus years, and it is just now really showing some of the fruits of my labor. I think the only thing I’ve consistently done is be consistent! My business has gone in multiple directions, as is often the case with entrepreneurial ventures, but I have always given 110% to it and maintained the same fundamental goals and values.
As for the future, I plan to continue to write cookbooks, teach classes, and, fingers crossed, get more opportunities for a national cooking stage.
How did you design your home?
Much like my business— slow and steady! We worked with Landy Gardner Interiors to renovate our 1929 home and bring it up to modern, sleek speed. Then, we’ve just accumulated pieces and moved things around as we’ve learned how we like to live in the space.
What was the renovation process like?
Do I have to recall?! It was laborious and a little stressful, to be sure, but isn’t it always? It took about 6 months, but it was worth the wait. We never planned on renovating an older home, but we fell in love with the incredible light, the high ceilings, and the Mediterranean vibe. So we went for it!
Would you recommend renovation to newlyweds?
NOPE! When it rains, it pours, and we were knee-deep in work commitments, wedding planning, and renovating at the same time, and I wouldn’t recommend it! However, it was nice to move into a mostly-finished home after returning from the wedding. I would suggest tackling one big project at a time.
What’s your favorite piece of furniture in your home?
Probably our antique dining table. It is simple, handsome, and weathered just the right amount. It has been used as a desk, a photography base, a side table, and now a dining table! It has been in my family for decades, and I enjoy working there daily, with the light streaming behind me.
Which item in your kitchen could you not live without?
My Vitamix. It is everything! Aside from smoothies, I use it for soups, pesto, foamy lattes, salad dressing, flour, and more.
What’s more important to you— style or functionality?
Functionality. Style is important, but I don’t enjoy even the most gorgeous pieces if they’re not functional, sturdy, and livable.
Do you have a favorite room in your house? If so, which?
My kitchen, hands down! Her name is Felicity, and I love her with all of my heart! I spend most of my time in the kitchen, but it’s also the center of my greatest passion. Plus, it always smells fantastic!
Do your pets have a favorite room?
The bedroom—specifically, nestled at the foot of the bed, passed out in bliss. But if we’re not in there, they reluctantly sit wherever we are.
Hosting a Halloween fête but not sure how to up the ante on your decor? Our picks for the prettiest macabre entryway features statement-making brass skulls, funky faux taxidermy, and curiosities galore. With tons of candlelight, moody and broody dark colors, and black and white framed illustrations worthy of The Mütter Museum, this style will survive way past October 31st. Click below to see our picks for an eccentric, gothic-inspired entryway (candy not included).
The centerpiece of any living room, a sofa can also be one of the most expensive investments to make in your abode. But fret not — with our picks for the best sofas under $1500, you’ll be sitting in style without spending a fortune. From mid-century to transitional, traditional to modern, and more, there’s something for everyone in this sofa round up. Add some pillows and throws, and you’ll be in business. Click below to see our picks, and start shopping!
With a successful line at Target, an amazing show on HGTV, and countless celebrity clients, Nate Berkus is certainly an interior designer to look up to. With our living room picks — pieces from Berkus’ collection and decor, rugs, and art sourced by Hutch’s own talented designers — you can get the Berkus look for less. Click below to get started, and live like Nate!