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Uniqlo Announces Disney Licensing Deal for Clothing & Toys — Design News

Pin it Uniqlo and Walt Disney Co. announced a partnership today where they'll jointly design a range of Disney-themed clothing and other products for sale at Uniqlo stores. READ MORE »

How To Give Furniture a Distressed Painted Finish — Apartment Therapy Tutorials

Pin it Distressing is an easy way to add character and depth to furniture both new and old. The process is simple but can take a fair amount time, depending on the complexity of your piece of furniture and the amount of distressing you actually want to achieve. READ MORE »

Become Your Own Apartment Therapist: The Admissions Process

Pin it In case you missed it, we just announced the release of our biggest and best book ever, Complete + Happy Home. It's an exclusive, comprehensive guide to decorating and living well at home, so we're calling it the official "textbook" of Apartment Therapists. We just have one question: Do you have what it takes? READ MORE »

Double These Grilled Recipes to Top Your Salads — The Kitchn

Pin it From The Kitchn ? 15 Grilling Recipes to Double for Tomorrow's Salad READ MORE »

Architects Reinterpret Arne Jacobsen's Series 7 Chair — Design News

Pin it To celebrate the 60th anniversary of Arne Jacobsen's Series 7 chair, Fritz Hansen asked seven architects to reimagine the classic. READ MORE »

Here's What We Think the Facebook Baby's Nursery Should Look Like

Pin it Mark Zuckerberg, founder of Facebook, announced on Friday (on Facebook, naturally) that he and his wife, Dr. Priscilla Chan, are expecting a baby girl. We first want to offer a hearty congrats to the happy couple, then maybe just a few suggestions on what the baby billionaire's nursery might look like. READ MORE »

Home Horoscope: Happy Birthday Leo, Here's What Your Home Has in Store This Year

Casey's Grown Up Playhouse Pin it Regal leos are warm, honest and love to be in love. So what do the stars say about your life at home in the coming year? Get your horoscope right here. READ MORE »

Everything Old is New Again: 5 'New' Trends that Aren't Really New at All

Pin it It's fascinating to watch trends cycle in and out — and also fascinating to spot, while looking through images of interiors from the past, something that looks very, very familiar. A lot of the trends that we think of as 'new'...Show More Summary

Mario's "Karen Blixen Meets Charles Darwin" Apartment — House Call

Pin it Name: Mario Location: San Francisco My name is Mario Herrada and I am a Landscape Designer living in San Francisco since 1997. I share the 350 sq.ft. studio with my tropical fish and one canary named "Toby". READ MORE »

10 Things You Can Do with a Wood Cutting Board Outside of the Kitchen

Pin it Lets get real here: Anything you can do with a small piece of wood, you can do with a wooden cutting board. It's a pretty versatile thing in the realm of re-purposing. In case you need a little jump start on some ideas, here are 10 examples and projects to inspire you. READ MORE »

Vin's Very Hands-On Chicago Home — House Call

Pin it Name: Vin Location: Chicago, Illinois I have always thought of my home as my safe space, and so no matter what the physical space I hope to create something comfortable and something to love. When I bought this condo three years ago, it was nothing like it is now—it was mostly a boring box and the lower level felt outright dingy. Show More Summary

Despite Economic Recovery, Millennials Aren't Moving Out of Their Parents' Homes — Design News

The economy has recovered, but young adults haven't yet moved out of their parents' homes. A report by the Pew Research Center shows that even though the unemployment rate is down, there are less young adults getting their own places. READ MORE »

Marie Kondo Says Don't Do This Key Thing While Decluttering

Claire & Luke's Soulful Logan Square Apartment Pin it Decluttering maven Marie Kondo has inspired us all to live, not only with less, but with only the things that spark joy. Her book The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese...Show More Summary

Before & After: Poolhouse Makes a Splash

Pin it If my freshman year dorm is any indication, at 18, I probably would've decorated this poolhouse in Beatles posters. But Kevin, an Atlanta student, went for a more sophisticated look. READ MORE »

5 Small Space Strategies Everyone Should Use (Even If You Have Plenty of Space)

An Art Lover's Harmonious Home Pin it Lots of small space strategies are about so much more than just making it work in an itty bitty box; they're smart ideas that everyone can use in any space. Try these on for size. READ MORE »

Summer Camp + Cats at Purina Pop-Up — Design News

Pin it Cat camps are the new cat café—at least in New York this weekend. Purina ONE hosted a pop-up summer camp-themed event on Friday and Saturday that featured crafts and adorable kitties available for adoption. READ MORE »

Less is More: 13 Super Modern Kitchens

Pin it If your perfect kitchen is more modern and minimal than country cozy, we've got a treat for you. You won't see a lot of decorative flourishes in these 13 kitchens, but they still manage to be effortlessly, elegantly beautiful, proving once again that less is more. READ MORE »

Siire's Eclectic, Happy Apartment in Paris — House Tour

Pin it Name: Jean-François, Siire, and Archibald Rambroul and Reglisse, the dog Location: 16th Arrondissement; Paris, France Size: 83 square meters (893 square feet) Years lived in: 9 months; Rented Siire and Jean Francois have lived...Show More Summary

5 New Trends for the Bedroom

Apartment 34 Pin it Earlier in the year we looked at some of the top trends for 2015, and now we're dialing it down to a more specific spot: the bedroom. Here are some of our favorite new trends for your sleeping space. READ MORE »

How To Improve Awful Doors? — Good Questions

Pin it Q: My husband and I live in Cambridge, Massachusetts in an early 1900s apartment building. Our internal doors are old but probably from the '50s. Years of previous tenants and shoddy, cheap-as-possible maintenance have left us with really awful doors. Show More Summary

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