Pajama Lounges Are Taking Over Houses Everywhere and We Love It. Pajama lounges are having a serious moment and they're the dreamiest home trend of all time — there, we said it. If you haven't heard of a space like this before, it's essentially an upstairs living room that's very private and the perfect place to gather as a family after rolling out of bed in your (you guessed it) pajamas. This concept is part of a growing trend of living spaces moving upstairs, where it's more secluded. "They're designed to be a place where the family can gather and hang out away from the high-traffic areas of the home," Paul Fischman, principal designer at Choeff Levy Fischman in Miami, told Realtor.com. Still can't picture what we're talking about? This Massachusetts room, designed by Frank Roop, is one strikingly gorgeous example of a pajama lounge.
The Popular Paint Colors in Every State Are Way Crazier Than We Expected. Forget red states and blue states. The United States is way more colorful (and adventurous!) when it comes to paint colors than electoral maps. A new infographic from BEHR reveals which hue each state buys the most compared to it neighbors, and the results are a bona fide rainbow.
Living Room vs. Family Room: Is There a Difference? It can be downright baffling to pin down the difference between two seemingly identical concepts. In the epic clash of living room vs. family room, is there really a clear distinction? As a matter of fact, yes. Just as we discovered when exploring the nuances between modern and contemporary design, there's a lot in a label. While plenty of people use the terms "living room" and "family room" more or less interchangeably, they actually aren't the same thing — larger homes sometimes even have both — and it all comes down to how you use the space.
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