Social distancing and work-from-home directives have disrupted our daily lives, leaving many of us feeling isolated and anxious. That’s why we at Resource have been reflecting on ways to enjoy in…
A home is more than just a place to eat and sleep — it’s where we work, where we play, and where our families blossom. Our spaces need to be as flexible and as varied as we are.
Anyone who’s been in the workforce for a decade or two has witnessed a sea change in the way we work — and the types of environments we work in.
Chilly weather, changing leaves, and cozy fire-side nights can only mean one thing: the Holidays are fast approaching, and with them invariably comes the task of holiday entertaining.
When it comes to creating an excellent client experience, we know that it's the hard work going on behind the scenes that truly makes all the difference.
Today’s homeowners, by and large, prefer an eat-in kitchen over a formal dining room. It’s not hard to understand why — the kitchen is the nexus of our homes.
Our housing needs are changing — and the dedicated dining room is one of the casualties.
While the idea of a pied á terre might sound ultra-high-end, they are just secondary homes — usually small city apartments. But living small doesn't have to mean forgoing style and comfort!
It’s been true in the past, and it’s still true today: the majority of people 50 or older want to stay in their current home or community as they age.
Furnishing a beautiful, functional home is all about finding those pieces that really speak to you. Read our guide and find the transforming table that's right for you, based on your profile!