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Remodeling Reconnaisance: The Ins & Outs of Buying A New Kitchen Faucet

So you're looking to buy a new kitchen faucet. A quick internet search and you've fallen down the rabbit hole. Finding the perfect kitchen faucet may be easy for some, but the options and availability are seemingly limitless. While we can't cover every single faucet available, here are some of the broader categories available while you search for the right fit. READ MORE »

A Perfect Melbourne Home for a Creative Couple — House Tour

Open House Tour (Image credit: Natalie Jeffcott) Name: Dawn Tan and Darren Lee Location: Yarraville — Melbourne, Australia Size: 2647 square feet Years lived in: Rented 2.5 years Dawn Tan is a Melbourne-based artist and school teacher who draws inspiration in art from her love of food and travel. Show More Summary

Look We Love: Copper in the Bathroom

(Image credit: Inside Out) Copper, the metal of the moment, has finally made its way to the bathroom, and the results are lovely. Take a look at these spaces where copper fixtures and sinks —and even exposed pipes—add just the right amount of shine, and maybe get a little inspiration for your own bathroom. READ MORE »

Make Your Own Art: DIY Wall Art Projects for Any Design Style

If you want art that's a perfect fit for your style and your space, you could spend a ton of time scouring stores — or you could make it yourself. No matter your decor style, we've got a DIY art project that's right for you. READ MO...

5 Less-Known, Worth-It Ways to Save When Shopping Online — Savvy Shopper

Trying to save money when you shop online is one of those things it's easy not to do because you just want to get the purchase over and done with. Shopping online is supposed to save time and energy! While it's true that going down the...Show More Summary

How To Work "From Home" Without a Home Office

We're not all #blessed enough to have a home office or a designated space that's only for working, but if you have the kind of job that lets you work from your apartment, you still need some sort of workspace. Maybe you have a spaceShow More Summary

This Journal Promises to Boost Productivity & People Are Buying It — Design News

(Image credit: Ink + Volt) A new planner holds a lot of promise. Its blank pages are open and ready for the year to come, when it feels like anything can happen. The Volt Planner is also promising to make your 2017 more productive, and people are buying it—it's already beaten its funding goal on Kickstarter, times 14+. READ MORE »

Get the Look: A Clean White Dream in NYC — Shop the Style

Stephanie's West Village apartment is a dream of airy, light-filled spaces furnished with only beautiful essentials, all in a palette of white, grey, and black. This is the perfect way to decorate an ultra-plain apartment, so if that's what you've got, you'll especially want to shop the style! READ MORE »

Super Surreal Halloween Headpieces (That Work With Your Own Wardrobe)

Want a one-of-a-kind costume this Halloween? You're only limited by your own twisted imagination when you make one of these surreal headpieces to wear with a basic black outfit. That's already a kickass costume, but add in some equally surreal makeup and nail art, and you're one melted clock away from a Dali painting. Get tons of ideas and how-tos here! READ MORE »

A Colorful Kubrick-Inspired Home in Nashville — House Tour

Open House Tour (Image credit: Julia Steele) Name: Balee, Dylan, Alton and Ringo Location: Charlotte Park — Nashville, Tennessee Size: 1,500 square feet Years lived in: Owned 4 months Upon entering Balee and Dylan's house you are greeted by their two cute dogs, as well as a mix of color, art and music echoing throughout every room. Show More Summary

Create the Look: Eclectic Collector Dining Room Shopping Guide

Romantic, worldly and full of treasures, the eclectic collector's dining room showcases linens, rugs and dinnerware that were acquired at random. Your room is ever-evolving, but always perfectly imperfect. A blend of styles (whetherShow More Summary

5 Ridiculously Expensive Fitness Accessories That Someone Thought You’d Actually Get Sweaty — Daily 5

(Image credit: PENT.) Are you #fitfluential to the extreme? Did you just win the lottery? Perhaps you just want a home gym that's a beautiful, expensive shrine to your body temple. Either way, here are five real fitness products you can buy for the priciest workout of your life (even though it's probably cheaper to just buy a new body). READ MORE »

Stylists' Secrets: The Best Online Sources to Buy Beautiful Fabric (Hint: One is IKEA!)

If you're a DIY, Netflix-and-stitch type of person, then you already know the simultaneous joy and fear inspired by walking into a gigantic fabric store. Thanks to infinite scroll, low-res images, and inaccurate on-screen colors, the perils of shopping for textiles online are even greater. Show More Summary

Smart Vacuums Smackdown: Which Robot Vacuum Is Best for You?

Okay, so we haven't quite made it to the Jetsons era where Rosie the robot does all the household cleaning, then has dinner ready when we get home. But in 2016, you can invite a robot into your home to help with at least one chore: vacuuming. Show More Summary

Mixing Personal Styles to Create a Glamorous, Warm Industrial Creative Studio — Makeover

(Image credit: Sarah Sherman Samuel) Project by: Sarah Sherman Samuel Location: Los Angeles, California Sarah was charged with creating a stylish new studio space for her friends Anna and Caroline who just so happen to have very different styles. She brought her magic touch to the kitchen, lounge areas and bathroom and they are absolutely stunning. READ MORE »

The Dos & Don'ts of Hanging Art: An Illustrated Guide — Be Your Own Designer

As a designer, poorly hung art is probably my number one design bugbear. I'll walk into an otherwise lovely room, and immediately want to re-position pieces I see as too high, too low, or not suitable for the space (don't worry, I don't actually do this—I'm detail-oriented, not crazy). Show More Summary

This 'Snuggling Cinema' Brings Netflix & Chill to the Big Screen — Design News

(Image credit: Erik Duriš via Designboom) Movie theaters have modernized in many ways, from being one of the first spaces to be air conditioned to offering food and beverage service during a show. One theatre in Slovakia is upping the cozy factor—by replacing seats with cushy bean bags. READ MORE »

One Whisk Will Whisk Away The Need For These Six Tools — Kitchn

(Image credit: Maria Midoes) From Kitchn ? Replace Six Tools in Your Kitchen with Just One Whisk READ MORE »

Save Your Sanity: The Things You Should Do Every Day If You Share Your Home

There are a handful of things that, if done everyday, can really make your home a happier place. And if you share your home with someone (whether a partner or a roommate) and that home is on the small side, you should add a few more things to your daily to do list. READ MORE »

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