Christmas Light Displays that WOW

By |September 7th, 2016|

I’ll admit (although it’s pretty obvious if you get to know me) that I am a sucker for Christmas. I truly believe it is the most wonderful time of the year. There are so many reasons I love it, but high on the list are the Christmas light displays seen throughout various neighborhoods.

Now, I’m not […]

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 […]

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 […]

History of the Arts & Crafts Period Design

By |January 26th, 2016|

The Arts and Crafts period of design emerged during the tail end of the Victorian period in England, which happened to be the most industrialized country in the world at the time. In the United States, the Arts and Crafts style was also known as the Mission style.

With the rise of manufactured consumer goods through […]

3 Inexpensive Dining Table Decor Ideas for Christmas

By |December 23rd, 2015|

Nothing says ‘Christmas’ quite like holiday home décor. And nothing sets the holiday scene quite like one prominent furniture piece in the home – the dining room table. Having done minimal Christmas decorations in years past, I told myself this would be the year to go all out. The reality of the situation, however, is […]

Kid-Friendly Design Elements

By |December 22nd, 2015|

I often get a lot of customers who are building or re-designing their home for their growing family. So, there are obviously young ones to consider and, oftentimes, pets as well. And sometimes certain kid-friendly design choices are not as obvious as you would think. There are many important things to consider – such as […]

How To Embrace Large Windows

By |December 17th, 2015|

Large windows means lots of natural light and more often than not, a beautiful view. However when night falls, it’s very easy for onlookers to see into your home if you have large open windows. If you don’t want to compromise on the view, but still want privacy, here are some tips and tricks to […]

Décor Tricks To Prep For Christmas

By |December 4th, 2015|

Thanksgiving is over, which means that you’ll have to put away the pumpkins and put up the lights. Here are some great DIY tips and tricks we found to quickly change from Thanksgiving to Christmas.

Golden Christmas Lights. It makes sense to have the green cord for Christmas lights for when you have to string them […]

3 Indoor Plants that Will Always Be Trendy

By |November 24th, 2015|

Succulents are all the rage. Home, gardening, and lifestyle magazines have been telling us this for a long time now. And yes, I think we can all agree that a potted succulent a great, no-fuss option to adding some nature to your indoor life. However, let’s not forget about a few houseplants that are always […]