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  1. BROUGHT TO YOU BY SHERWIN-WILLIAMS®

    IMAGES BY 2nd TRUTH

    Selecting the right paint color can be a daunting process, especially if you’re unsure of what you’re looking for. Before I had any experience working with paint, I would gravitate towards all neutral, unassuming colors in fear of covering my walls with something I would eventually get sick of or would clash with the rest of …

  2. If you’ve been reading W&D for a bit you must know by now I’m a huge fan of all the intricate details that make up a kitchen. I pour over Pinterest for kitchen inspo, whether I’m designing one of the studio kitchenette’s or daydreaming my life away and filing interior pins for my next dream home onto a …

  3. BROUGHT TO YOU BY BARN & WILLOW

    Sometimes a design request comes through my inbox (or comment section) that I’m unable to answer. For example, many people ask me how we keep our home free of toddler clutter (we don’t) and how to keep our couch free of scratches (again, we just roll with it). I myself turn to the internet to solve …

  4. For a month, I lived in bed. Similar to the grandparents in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, I did everything from a seated position. I ate, I visited with friends, I read, I imagined what was happening in the world outside those four walls. It wasn’t by choice; it was doctors orders. When you spend that much …

  5. I don’t know about you but I think it’s pretty safe to say we’ve ALL lived in a small space before or even tried to make a little living space work for us in some way or another. Tiny spaces can be functional, charming and full of character too. Here are a few inspirational images of spaces …

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  7. Hygge. Admit it; you don’t know how to pronounce it. I didn’t know how to either before I began this two-year journey with Hygge & West, a specialty bedding, and wallpaper retailer, on a Wit & Delight designed line of product. But through the process, I not only learned how to pronounce it, but how to embrace …

  8. as first seen on Dabito

    We moved into our New Orleans home three years ago (before photos). We really lucked out because it fell out of escrow and we pounced on it! And it’s been a really awesome creative journey ever since. I’ve learned a lot about my style through decorating this home. I mean, who gets 2,100 sq. ft. of canvas to …

  9. If you are looking to add warmth, color, and character to your home, simply adding a rug can transform any space into a personal sanctuary. But there is one prerequisite to this rule: it can’t be just any old rug. It has to be special. Each person’s definition of “special” is different, but to me, a …

  10. When 18″ of fresh snow gets dumped in your backyard in late April, even the hardiest of Minnesotans begin to wonder if spring would ever arrive. But it DID and now we are basking in the glow of patio season: the best time of the year for all things outdoors, especially when it comes to entertaining. …

  11. VIDEO BY CAL BRUE
    PHOTOS BY RACHABELLA PHOTOGRAPHY

    Between Secretary Appreciation Day, Shark Week, and National Donut Day, faux holidays seem to be at an all-time high, seemingly calling for a new celebration all too often. Despite their sometimes airy significance, there is no denying that these social media stemmed celebrations can be extremely tempting; if you don’t post a picture of your dog …

  12. Home is where the youknowwhat is. You know the phrase. So you may as well make the most of whatever walls you’re living within, no? Here, we tap the stylish knowledge of six interior experts, with their top tips for investing in your home – for resale value, sure, but mostly for your own happiness. Our panel …

  13. Editor’s note: We recently helped Madelynn Furlong decorate her cozy new L.A. abode. You may remember how she helped Kate completely gut her closet last August, while teaching us all how to mix basic and trend pieces in this hands-on style story: “Full Closet and Nothing to Wear? How I Stylish Friend Saved Me From Myself”. This first …

  14. The first piece of “real” furniture I ever bought for myself was this dresser. When I say “real” furniture, I mean it wasn’t something that came in a box and I had to assemble myself. This dresser now lives in my son’s room and its one of my favorite pieces in our home. Because we don’t …

  15. BROUGHT TO YOU BY CAMBRIA

    PHOTOS BY 2ND TRUTH

    **CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED** Between raising two kiddos under the age of two, running my own business, maintaining a semi-active social life, and of course, keeping up with the Kardashians; I am constantly being pulled in a million different directions, often yearning for more hours in the day. My life as a human tug-of-war rope has …

  16. When we first moved into our house, I had clear ideas about what to do to just about every corner of our house. My least favorite design feature happened to be our stairway. The architectural features don’t quite fit the aesthetic of the house and the detailing reminded me of the woodwork you would see in …

  17. When it comes to entertaining, it’s no surprise that when preparing for our guests’ arrival, the conversation always revolves around me asking these three questions – What are we cooking, drinking, and ultimately, how we are presenting this to everyone?! I have, and always will be, all about the tableware. Although lately, I’ve really toned down my …

  18. When it comes to DIY projects, my expectations often seep into delusion. I like to see results fast, which isn’t always realistic when you’re making something by hand. Just before I went on bed rest, I discovered the best DIY decor book I’ve seen in a long, long, time. The book is called A Well-Crafted Home: …

  19. My favorite homes are ones that reflect the person living inside. You can find glimpses of all of us through the artifacts we choose to live with, art being the most revealing of them all. Because selecting what to hang on your walls is both subjective and somewhat daunting, most of us default to photography. This …

  20. Choosing the right headboard is a critical decision when designing a bedroom. The advice I always give to people on where to start with a bedroom overhaul is with the bed. It’s the natural focal point of the space and is also the most important piece of furniture in the room, and possibly your entire house. …

  21. Many Minneapolis natives may be familiar with Colleen Eversman of 2ndTruth Photography. She has been working side-by-side with Kate at Wit & Delight to create innovative content and dynamic photography for the past several years, as well as working closely with hundreds of families and companies to produce top-notch imagery around the Twin Cities and all over …

  22. As a true (old) millennial who totally grew up on MTV Cribs, my obsession with celebrity homes definitely outweighs my interest in their personal lives. While I do keep up with the Kardashians, I’d say I care more about the finishings in their kitchens than who is pregnant (or not). And thanks to social media, we’re …

  23. Over the last nine years, Wit & Delight has undergone a significant transformation across all facets. What was once a one-woman-run blog has evolved into a small content creation company; developing creative and strategy for brands both big and small. The subject topics at Wit & Delight has also ebbed and flowed over time. With the …

  24. Whenever I visit California, I wish I could take pieces of it home with me. The citrus-scented air, a bevy of mid-century modern antiques, the gorgeous foliage, and maybe two or three days a week of that warm California sun. Take one look at the decor boards on Pinterest and you’ll see I’m not alone. That …

  25. Art has a special place in the home, and the way we display it can change its meaning and impact on those who enjoy it day in and day out. Displaying artwork is one way I keep my home fresh, and more recently I completed a gallery wall in my living room, consisting of 15 framed …

  26. It was as if the entire Bay Area was taking a nap the day I recently reunited with my beloved Bianca Sotelo, stylist and friend extraordinaire. The light drizzle and grey skies had seemingly hypnotized the city – except us, who spent the better part of an otherwise throwaway Thursday on one of those good-for-the-soul lady …

  27. Wife, mama of two, and LA-based designer, Sarah Sherman Samuel, sets herself apart in the design world with her clean and modern style that always includes a touch of something unique or unexpected. You may have seen her design work on Pinterest or while scrolling through inspirational interior pics on IG. Sarah previously worked as a creative …

  28. One of the best things to happen to the decor scene is the return of the statement couch. What is a statement couch, you ask? Here at WD, that means any sofa that totally and utterly commands a room. Lately, my favorite kind of statement couch is that of the colorful variety. A colorful couch is …

  29. It wasn’t until I had my first baby that I truly understood why we “feather the nest” before baby arrives. Logically, it makes sense, there’s a lot to prepare and plan. Emotionally though, the process of building a nursery is as much about preparing the parents for the tsunami of change as it is preparing for …

  30. BROUGHT TO YOU BY Maiden Home

    PHOTOS BY 2ND TRUTH

    There are a few things in life I’ve recently realized are nearly impossible to find. 1.) the perfect wedding dress. 2.) a kitchen table that feels like home and 3.) my dream sofa. My fiancé and I spent months, actually years, looking for our dream sofa. And we ironically found it on a lazy weekend afternoon …

  31. Working from home is the definition of bitter-sweet. You have the sweet privilege of staying in your jammies the entire day, but the bitter dilemma of getting you and your jammies out of your bed and into your home office. Then, when you actually do successfully reach your desk, it’s another uphill battle to try and …

  32. Following the turn of the new year, design trends are beginning to emerge shedding light on what we can expect to see in 2018. Society’s growing interest in mindful living has homeowners rethinking their surroundings and the impact it has on their day-to-day. In terms of interior design, paint colors are playing a lead role in …

  33. What is it about bathrooms? For some reason, these small spaces make the interior designer in all of us feel like we can really push the decorating barrier and channel our inner Picasso. The biggest design risks I took in my own house happened to be in our powder room (pink ceiling!) and basement bath (hello, turquoise). …

  34. If you’ve been following Wit & Delight for any amount of time you probably know that myself and the entire W&D team has quite the love affair (or more appropriately, obsession) with IKEA. It seems we are always there buying new items for the studio, preparing for our latest photo shoot, or taking a stab at …

  35. I don’t know about you but I’m always looking for new ways to reinvent the personal space that is my bedroom. It’s my favorite reading spot every night where I line my nightstand with scented candles and set the lighting just right so the ambiance allows me to relax. It’s the place where I spend my sleepy …

  36. Have you ever wondered how to decorate your home for the holidays while maintaining a sense of simplicity and modernism? Don’t get me wrong, I love the over-the-top quality of the holidays and the nostalgic magic of Christmas because deep down it makes my 12-year-old heart very happy. But as I get older and work toward curating …

  37. BROUGHT TO YOU BY SAMSUNG

    PHOTOS AND VIDEO COURTESY OF ALCHEMY X AND BARBARIAN

    I’m so excited to reveal one of my favorite decor projects of 2017! Way back in August, Samsung reached out to see if we’d be interested in designing a space inspired by what they called “the most beautiful TV you’ve never seen.” Naturally, I was dubious, but I soon found out this client was not kidding. …

  38. BROUGHT TO YOU BY Samsung

    PHOTOS and Video Courtesy of Alchemy X and Barbarian

    A TV saved my marriage. I kid, I kid, but there is teeny bit of truth here. Who knew a TV (not a TV show, or a TV doctor) but an honest to goodness, physical, electronic device could have been such a pain point in my marriage? But more on that later. Like most red-blooded Americans, …

  39. Whether it’s a full-fledged mudroom or a makeshift entryway, decorating these spaces is almost always tricky. There’s a lot to consider when planning the first space that everyone sees when they enter your home and sometimes you need to be crafty and creative in order to marry style and functionality. First, there’s the storage situation. How much …

  40. BROUGHT TO YOU BY Frasier Fir

    Images: 2nd Truth

    As fellow Minnesotans (and Midwesterners!) can attest, the seasonal change from fall to winter often feels like it happens overnight. One day you are walking in glorious sixty-degree weather with leaves crunching beneath your feet, and, quite literally, the next day sleet is whipping at your face when you walk from your car into your home. …

  41. I’m excited to introduce you all to Rebecca Atwood. Her work caught my eye on Instagram a couple years ago and I’ve been watching her career blossom ever since. Multiple fabrics lines, throws, pillows, and a best-selling book later, it’s clear Rebecca has a knack for taking her art and breathing new life into it. It …

  42. We thought we’d be the type of parents who would be extremely thoughtful about the amount of toys we brought into our home. All they need is a wooden spoon and some boxes, right? Yeah, right. Turns out, Joe and I both love playing with toys as much as August does, and within the first year …

  43. WRITTEN FOR ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST

    I find myself lusting after perfectly tiled, open-shelf kitchens on Pinterest and Instagram far too often. Like multiple times a day. No matter how many kitchens I design, I just can’t get enough! Why is it that the heart of a home always seems to reside in the kitchen where the food is made, heart-to-hearts are had, and …

  44. Watching someone’s career unfold in real time has been a fascinating aspect of “growing up” alongside fellow bloggers and entrepreneurs. Many of the women I’ve watched closely embody traits and styles foreign to my own. I’ve often wondered why that is, and I think it’s because you learn more about yourself not by comparing your work …

  45. With the news of a baby girl on the way, I couldn’t help but think of how this might affect our entire family’s daily life in every way. I thought of things like – Do we have enough space in our home? How can I redesign the living room to make it more comfortable and functional? Will …

  46. Social media, of any kind, these days is tough. The number of times you are assaulted with headlines you only thought you’d read in The Onion has quadrupled, and I sense it’s really taking a toll on all of us. One of the upsides of all the noise in the news is I’ve returned to seeking …

  47. After the initial stage of daydreaming and planning, accessorizing a room is by far my favorite part of the process. It’s like a puzzle that needs to be solved– one throw pillow or rug at a time. The decor is what really adds life and personality to a room. It’s what turns a house into a …

  48. I can hardly believe that a little over a year ago, I was just getting settled into my new studio. I had one W&D employee, one intern and one freelance photographer sharing the studio space with us. I had recently given birth to August and moved right from labor with the baby into a different kind …

  49. written for Architectural Digest

    Sometimes small living room spaces or corners provide you with just the right amount of room to work with to make it feel truly unique. And although my current home isn’t quite as spacious as I’d like it to be, over the past couple of years I’ve found ways to make it feel cozy, inviting and …

  50. Have you ever been cruising along Instagram when suddenly you see a product that makes your thumb stop in its tracks? That was me with Pampa. I simply HAD TO HAVE that perfect round pillow. I immediately started following them on Instagram and enjoyed learning more about their design influence, product lines, and collaborations with artists …

  51. I can hardly believe it but the trees along River Road in St. Paul are starting to turn golden. Being one of those gals who can’t help but publicly profess my love for all things FALL, I’m already transitioning my home and wardrobe into a cozy little sanctuary. I made Joe go out and buy fire …

  52. I’m very excited to cross Vancouver, BC off my travel bucket list. I visited the beautiful coastal city when I was in middle school and have wanted to go back ever since. While Joe and I have been attempting to get in some much-needed downtime together and enjoy each other before baby #2 makes her debut, the …

  53. Let me tell you what ten days in the country will do to a city gal. It will change you. If you would have told me five years ago I would be craving a tiny home surrounded by woods or sitting along a lake, I would have laughed in your face! But life has a way …

  54. When you live in the northern part of the country, summertime for me is about two things: being outside and hanging with my people. While I love our long winters, May through August are definitely my favorite months for hosting friends and family outdoors. But what if your backyard isn’t really the ideal space to hang? When …

  55. If you’re a decor fanatic like I am, chances are you’re a huge fan of following all of Studio McGee’s endeavors. The married design duo that started their business out of a spare bedroom in 2014 has rapidly grown to 30 employees, over half a million Instagram followers, and a rapidly growing Youtube channel. They’ve now …

  56. There’s something very magical about filling a home with greenery. No matter the space or size, it seems lush, and happy houseplants always know the way to livening up any room. These little guys do everything in their might to lift our spirits, and yet why do so many of us fall short when keeping them …

  57. BROUGHT TO YOU BY HGTV HOME™ by Sherwin-Williams

    PHOTOS BY 2ND TRUTH & BLK WLF

    More often than I care to admit, I’ve stared at the walls in my home wondering if I can live with my decisions. Not the introspective, life-changing decisions one ruminates on in the middle of the night, but staring at the walls and wondering if I’ve made a horrible mistake. It’s not that I’m indecisive, I’m …

  58. There’s something going on in the southern hemisphere that’s got the design community talking. One of the many benefits of this vast internet of ours is the close proximity to people and businesses thousands of miles away, and this fact has undoubtedly changed the way all of us make and consume things. Our team noticed an …

  59. With a one-year-old in the house, our kitchen can get messy. I’m talking messy here people. Things get left out, baby food gets spilled, and Joe and I can be a bit clumsy in a rush. Our kitchen doesn’t stay messy for long (thanks to Joe and his willingness to pick up after August and myself). Even if …

  60. I’m guilty of selecting a wine based on the design of the label. I’m also guilty of selecting a restaurant based on its decor. One could argue this is research pertaining to my career. I designed labels for wine and liquor for years, and these days I draw a lot of my interior style inspiration from …

  61. I tend to think in absolutes. “If you can’t say something nice, don’t say anything at all.” “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” “If your lawn is the slightest bit overgrown or maybe you still need to remove the winter-themed container garden from your front steps, then definitely do not go in your yard at …

  62. If a good rug can really make a room, then two just might be able to transform it! Layered rugs popped on my radar this year and I’ve been playing around with them in the studio. Putting two or three on top of one another in your living room or bedroom really has a way of adding …

  63. If you’ve been following along with our studio remodel and my basement renovation, then you know how much we love Article. Not only is it Kate and Joe approved, it’s August and Winnie approved, too. The reason we keep coming back to Article for our projects is that they make furniture that’s even more stylish than it is affordable. …

  64. BROUGHT TO YOU BY Aura Cacia

    IMAGES BY BLK WLF

    Everyone has a different definition of what “comfort” means to them. For some, it’s a bed full of pillows, for others, it’s a room where everything has its place. I fall into the latter category. I’ll furiously clean up the mess I created throughout the week with the reward of falling into a freshly made bed. …

  65. BROUGHT TO YOU BY HUNTER DOUGLAS

    Photos by: 2nd Truth

    At what point do you start to babyproof your home? For us, it was about a month after he began to “crawl.” The Peters define “crawling” very loosely because while our baby is on the move, he’s opted for a bizarre barrel-roll style of transport around the house, which is both inventive and dangerous. I’m doing …

  66. Since this time last summer, we’ve renovated not one but two of the bathrooms in our house and even added a powder room to our main floor. You could say I’m a little bathroom crazy (and in case you missed it you can find recaps of the playful patterning in our basement bathroom and the more subdued upstairs bathroom on the blog). It’s a …

  67. BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE Citizenry

    Photography by 2ndTruth

    Our house is really starting to look like home. That was the thought I had while looking around our living room last weekend. I had found a moment of quiet to capture for myself while August took a morning nap. There were no e-mails to respond to, and no Winnie hair to vacuum up– a very, …

  68. Reform has more up their sleeve! The brand that brings designer flair to IKEA kitchen and bathroom pieces that are otherwise a bit bland released a new line of furniture yesterday for your living room. And it is stunning. The pieces are a collaboration between the brand and noteworthy Swedish design houses– Note Design Studio and Afteroom. I …

  69. Photography by 2ndTruth

    As Wit & Delight opens its doors a little wider this year to host more contributors and bigger stories on our platform, we’ve been putting our heads together and thinking really hard about all the different ways we can give back to our community. With these broader stories in mind, Kate and I recently reached out …

  70. BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE WHITE COMPANY

    IMAGES BY BlK WLF

    There truly is no place like home. Traveling for work always appeared to be so very glamorous. Fancy hotels, five-star expensed meals with clients, all the while feeling sorry for your co-workers who are stuck working at the office. Reality looks a lot different. Most of my “five-star” meals are a grab-and-go salad or an indulgent …

  71. Wicker, straw, cane, rattan whatever you choose to call it, it’s back and I’m not mad about it. I’ve been eyeing anything cane, rattan, or woven for about a year now, and it’s pretty clear it’s here to stay for a while. What’s more exciting with older trends coming back around again is hunting for these …

  72. I recently caught up with Brianna Heiligenthal who, upon first meeting, is a total sweetheart. I’ve followed her on Instagram for a while now and couldn’t wait to meet her and see her home in person. Her rich red hair and contagious smile were the first things I noticed about Bri. That and her two cats and …

  73. BROUGHT TO YOU BY Scotch™ Brand

    When visiting our studio, my desk is the easiest to spot. While my team has clean, organized workspaces, mine is overflowing with props, notebooks, photos, sketches and coffee cups. This is not a new phenomenon. Over the years, in just about every position I’ve held, I’ve enjoyed the process of personalizing my desk. I figure if …

  74. It’s been so cool to see Studio 125 evolve. I knew when I got pregnant that I would need to have a place to separate work and life, but what I didn’t expect was building a space that would be a creative haven for not only myself, but for the creative community. It’s always a work in progress …

  75. Most of our renovation projects didn’t involve much drama. I was beginning to think all those HGTV shows were designed to freak people into thinking they would open the walls of a new home and subsequently empty their bank account. We found McDonald Remodeling and felt so much more at ease. I should have remembered this when …

  76. 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, …

  77. 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 …

  78. Readers, Welcome to Studio 125. This is the “official” reveal of our space, the one with the backstory and ALL the resources featured in the countless Instagrams taken over the past six months. It’s been a journey, and to be frank, we’re still working out the kinks. Nonetheless, it’s finished enough to invite you in for …

  79. 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 …

  80. Our studio. Sometimes it feels like this space is my second baby. We’ve worked over the last few months to develop this space into a beautiful studio – that is now available for rent! While we’ll share a larger studio reveal post in the coming month, we wanted to offer a sneak peek for those in …

  81. 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 …

  82. 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 …

  83. 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 …

  84. 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 …

  85. 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 …

  86. 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 …

  87. Happy Monday, guys. How was your weekend? After a weekend offline. I’m reminded that it’s important to disconnect and take on a project. Today we have 9 (relatively) easy DIYs you can do this weekend if you have a spare couple of hours. We’ve got a little something in here for every part of the home. I’m …

  88. 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 …

  89.  ** 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 …

  90. 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 …

  91.   As you know, we’ve been fans of Dwell Magazine for quite sometime and we’re more than excited about their new modern decor line with Target! The 120-piece (yes, you read that right!) collection launches this winter. Nothing is over $400 and everything is majorly chic. The Scandinavian-influenced collection has a plethora of items to offer, from …

  92. You might regret painting those wood cabinets white after take a look at these beautiful kitchens. There’s something special about letting natural beauty shine and the same goes for kitchens showcasing beautiful wood cabinetry. When in doubt, hold the white paint. You might have a hidden gem on your hands. Modern cabinets make a warmer statement in wood. …

  93. Ed. note: This post was sponsored by FLOR. The compensation received in exchange for placement on Wit & Delight is used to purchase props, hire a photographer and videographer, write/edit the blog post and support the larger team behind Wit & Delight. While compensation was received in exchange for coverage, all thoughts and opinions are always my …

  94. Today we have a fun project from our content manager, Francine Thompson. Francine helps keep our blog posts organized, hunts down photos and links, and makes sure we’re locked and ready to publish after we’ve shot, written, and produced content for the website. She’s also is a talented designer and has a great sense of style! I’m …

  95. Ed. note: This renovation and blog post was sponsored by brand partners Cambria, Delta Faucets, Hygge & West, and McDonald Remodeling . The compensation and product received in exchange for placement on Wit & Delight is used to write/edit the blog post and support the larger team behind Wit & Delight. As always, all thoughts and opinions are always …

  96. Ed. note: This post was sponsored by BEHR. The compensation received in exchange for placement on Wit & Delight is used to purchase props, hire a photographer and videographer, write/edit the blog post and support the larger team behind Wit & Delight. While compensation was received in exchange for coverage, all thoughts and opinions are always …

  97. Ed. note: This post was sponsored by Curate. The compensation received in exchange for placement on Wit & Delight is used to purchase props, hire a photographer, write/edit the blog post and support the larger team behind Wit & Delight. While compensation was received in exchange for coverage, all thoughts and opinions are always my own. …

  98. I just couldn’t get this stair runner out of my head. Honestly, I think I obsessed about how I could achieve this myself for a reasonable cost, consumed me for a couple weeks. After doing a bunch of research and watching many, many tutorials on YouTube, I gave it a shot. I’m so excited with how …

  99. Making things has always been my favorite thing about having a “creative” career. When I went to school for graphic design (forever ago), product development was a path I had hoped I’d somehow find along the way! Just about two years ago, I partnered with Target on a home product launch, which was totally awesome and pretty surreal. Two …

  100. Ed. note: This post was sponsored by Curate. The compensation received in exchange for placement on Wit & Delight is used to purchase props, hire a photographer, write/edit the blog post and support the larger team behind Wit & Delight. While compensation was received in exchange for coverage, all thoughts and opinions are always my own. …

  101. This post is sponsored by Cocoon by Sealy. — It’s been over a month since we’ve had a our new Cocoon by Sealy mattress, and I’m pleased to announce that we are sleeping soundly. No pregnancy insomnia…yet.  Some of you asked about the nitty gritty details, and I’m happy to share some additional information about the …