Working from home (WFH) has gained unlikely popularity following the COVID-19 pandemic. Although many were originally forced into this work setting, many are now opting not to go back into the office in favor of working from home. This can be beneficial for both the worker and the company: Workplaces have found higher productivity rates and workers enjoy the lack of drive time, the ability to run a wash cycle while in a meeting and being able to wear more comfortable clothing, to name a few benefits. Read more about Work on Your Home to Work from Home
Jenny Virkus knows a thing or two about interior design. She did not attend college for the study and is not in the field of interior design; instead, she has learned the art through her four home renovations, most recently of which is in Woodbury’s Wedgewood neighborhood. Read more about Highview Home
We all have them—large, blank walls in the living room, behind the bed or in the basement. Jenny Virkus of Making Highview Home says to turn those blank walls into feature walls using a variety of colors and textures.
Board and batten: This look is timeless and adds coziness to any room. “We love dark painted board and batten for a moody vibe and adore white for a fresh and clean design,” Virkus says. Read more about Feature Wall Fun
Temporary wallpaper is making quite the comeback in the world of interior design—offering a fun way to make a bold statement without permanently committing to a pattern. Read more about Tips on Temporary Wallpaper from One of Woodbury's Best Interior Designers
Comfort, aesthetics and durability are key factors when we buy new furnishings, but a lot of us forget about (or don’t prioritize) sustainability. Read more about Spruce Up Your Home with Sustainable Furniture
Roxanne Potter of Pomegranate Designs offers tips and tricks to help even the most inexperienced DIY-er make impactful and eye-catching design decisions. Read more about Brighten Up Your Home with Woodbury's Best Interior Designer