Kim Nguyen

About Kim Nguyen

As a GoHaus Content Contributor, Kim’s goal is to create articles that help anyone in the midst of a flooring project (or general housing remodel) feel comfortable and confident in the task. She’s always on the hunt for new ideas that bring home design and remodel to life for readers. A few of Kim’s favorite things: working out, French bulldogs, and her next art project.

Tools Every DIYer Should Have

By |October 11th, 2016|

Whether it’s hanging up artwork or updating kitchen hardware or sprucing up an old table, a do-it-yourselfer will need a well-equipped toolbox to complete the job. If you’re not quite sure where to start, but don’t want to buy all of the bells and whistles, here are the tools that every beginner DIYer will need […]

The Future of Retirement: Sustainable Villages

By |September 14th, 2016|

Tucked away in the outskirts of Atlanta sits a revolutionary village, Serenbe. What’s so different about this sustainable community? It’s aimed to accommodate the growing population of retirees in a spacious, thoughtful and soulful way.

Designed by renowned real estate developer, Steve Nygren, Serenbe (A name coined by Steve’s wife, which joins the words “serenity” and […]

5 Overdone Interior Design Trends

By |July 14th, 2016|

Thinking of redecorating? Stay ahead of the curve by avoiding these overdone interior design trends. Design trends come and go, and these 5 trends have had their time to shine.


Chalkboard Walls
Although a small chalkboard is a fun element to incorporate in your kitchen or in a child’s bedroom, full-blown chalkboard walls not only dark a […]

How To Decorate With Macramé

By |April 14th, 2016|

The beauty of weaved macramé has taken the interior décor scene by storm. The best part about it: this art of knotting cords and rope together is completely DIY friendly. With a combination of twist, turns and knots, you could easily create beautiful macramé projects to feed your inner bohemian-chic counterpart.

Not sure how you can […]

How to Light a Room Properly

By |April 12th, 2016|

The lighting in a space can set the entirety of the room. Without the right lighting, details, textures, and other focal points can be completely overlooked. There is a tricky science behind developing the right lighting balance. So before you update your furniture or remodel, consider whether your current lighting story works. Ask yourself the […]

This Week at GoHaus: April 8

By |April 8th, 2016|

ICYMI: Below are a few links we shared on our social channels, as well as a few we shared around the office. Enjoy!

Smartest Nightstand Ever. Curvilux has created the first smart nightstand. It has two USB outlets, a wireless charging area, can connect to all of your other smart home items (Like Nest!), and plenty […]

The Constant Hostess: How to Host a Backyard BBQ Bash

By |April 5th, 2016|

You know what my favorite part of spring is? It’s the beginning of barbecue season. As the weather gets hotter, especially in Southern California, it’s all the more reason to take your meals outside and enjoy warm evenings. There’s nothing quite better than sipping brews, spending time with family and friends, and chit chatting over […]

Creating the Perfect Backyard Scene

By |April 4th, 2016|

We are constantly writing about how to create a beautiful space indoors, but let’s not forget the outdoors! With spring in full swing and summer on the way, creating a perfect backyard scene is simpler than you know!

Define Your Ambiance
Do you want a space for parties? Do you want an earthy sanctuary for relaxation? What […]

Utilizing Pantone’s Winning Colors in Your Decor

By |March 28th, 2016|

Pantone released not one but TWO colors of the year for 2016: Rose Quartz and Serenity. For the first time they are blending these two shades together, both light, pastel hues.

According to Pantone’s introduction of the two Colors of the Year, the colors “demonstrate an inherent balance between a warmer embracing rose tone and the […]