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  1. BROUGHT TO YOU BY ebay

    Every couple months, Joe and I attempt to clear out our home. Spring is the ultimate purge season, and as most people say, “Out with the old, and in with the new,” we’ve found ourselves swapping sofas for babysitting time or simply removing items and waiting until we find the right replacement. This process is painful, …

  2. Kelly Vittengl of Frances Loom is a bit of an Instagram sensation and an overall design inspiration to me. I’ve personally been following and loving every one of her rugs since 2014. Here at W&D, we recently caught up with Kelly and chatted all things rugs, personal style, curation, starting an unexpected business and her upcoming …

  3. BROUGHT TO YOU BY DELTA Faucet

    Back in October, we teamed up with our friends at Delta Faucet for a unique giveaway that included a mood board designed by Wit & Delight, a one-hour phone consultation about your design project, and a free suite of Touch2O Technology products for your kitchen to make the vision a reality. Today, we are very excited to …

  4. Because my love for wallpaper know no bounds, I’m back with another extensive round up! This one caters to a really fun design challenges: the kids! Wallpaper is such a fun interactive way to bring some imagination into your child’s life but that doesn’t mean it has to skew cartoonish or bookish. Below are a few of …

  5. Today’s eye candy comes to your courtesy of Bob Doyle and Alex von Hoffmann. When the couple purchased a century farm in Tennessee, they knew they wanted to honor the land’s heritage while finding ways to bring it up to date. The result is a stripped-down approach to country chic, balancing bold patterns, rustic antiques with clean lines and a minimalist …

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  7. As you know, I have quite a bit of wallpaper in our house. I’ve become a woman obsessed: the bigger and bolder, the better. After rounding up six muted colors to paint your white walls with, I figured it was time to introduce you all to some of my favorite wallpapers! You don’t have to be …

  8. Living in a small(ish) older home has plenty of quirks. Rarely is there a true right angle; the floors creak and will slope to one side; and the windows leak. In my opinion, all of these annoyances are totally worth it when living in a home with character. While I wouldn’t trade my older home for a new one …

  9. Brought to you in partnership with our friends at DUTCH BOY PAINTS. Images by 2ND TRUTH There’s always a small amount of nervous energy that comes with starting a new design project. When we decided it was time to take the plunge and get a shared studio space with our close friend and contributor, 2nd Truth, I felt …

  10. IKEA gets a bad rep. It’s not good for the environment. The quality is poor. Their pieces won’t stand the wear and tear of time. While all of these things are true in many ways, the spirit of IKEA is rooted in modernity and a DIY mentality. If you look at self-assembly as an opportunity to make something …

  11. I’ve never been to Maine but I have a terribly romantic vision of it in my head. This home confirms my suspicion: Maine is home to the best New England has to offer. Rustic cottages? Check. Rocky coastlines? Check. Great seafood year-round? Check. Be sure to click on over to Country Living to learn more about …

  12.  ** THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED ** What does one do when she has run out of rooms to makeover? She turns and looks to you, dear readers. My addiction to renovations is real. With so much inspiration (thanks, Internet), it’s hard to keep the urge to redo your kitchen at bay. As so many of our …

  13. This post is part of a series called W&D Renovates. We’ll walk you through the ups and downs of our First Floor & Basement renovation project with McDonald Remodeling. Look for the series to continue through the end of 2016 and into 2017!  Welcome to the most important part of our remodel. It’s not the most …