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Back in Black: High-Impact Accents for Your Home

Black is... well, it's the new black. It's the perfect way to add a little contrast and depth to minimal interiors, and it's cropping up everywhere. From staircases to bathrooms to kitchens, black — especially in deep, glossy shades — is back. READ MORE »

We're Hiring: Campaign Coordinator — Job Listing

Apartment Therapy Media ( & is actively looking for a Campaign Coordinator. A passion for interior design, cooking and our websites is a big bonus! ? Check out the full listing for more info and to apply READ MORE »

It's a Catch Up Kind of Day — The January Cure: Assignment #17

Let's kick off the final work week of the Cure with a little well-deserved time to catch up on ANYTHING you need to, from an assignment you just didn't get to yet right on through putting the finishing touches on your project. OR, maybe even a little at-home yoga to celebrate your newly-spruced up living room... READ MORE »

Come for the Coffee, Stay for the Cats! Italian Eatery Designed for People and Cats — Professional Project

Project by: Tommaso Guerra Location: Rome, Italy It's true: cat cafés are becoming a thing! Tommaso Guerra was hired to design the interior of the Romeow Cat Bistrot which is home to six cats and host to cat-loving bistro customers. Guerra steered clear of kitschy, sad cat lady clichés and turned it into a welcoming, comfortable feline/human hangout. READ MORE »

Stylish Storage Secret: Don't Waste the Space Under Your Coffee Table

If you've got a coffee table with a low shelf, you might already have tucked some stylish or useful items under the main surface for storage. But don't neglect this spot for stuff if your coffee table is shelf-less! This little spot of floor space might be small, but it's not insubstantial. Here are some inspiring photos of folks using this space right! READ MORE »

Before & After: Cabinet Gets "Cabin Fever"

A simple shoe cabinet was becoming a dumping ground for recycling— and not much style. Jeremy decided to use temporary wallpaper to transform this little corner into something more rustic mid-century: READ MORE »

Architecture For Humanity Shuts Down After 15 Years — Design News

Non-profit Architecture for Humanity has closed after 15 years. The San Francisco-based organization opened in 1999 to initially help provide shelters for refugees from Kosovo. They held design competitions for transitional shelters, and had over 60 chapters worldwide. READ MORE »

Which Bizarre Quirks Would You Put Up With to Live in the City of Your Dreams?

Renting in New York is not like renting anywhere else. In New York, you'll find yourself competing with 12 other people for the privilege of paying twice as much as you ever have in rent for a one-room studio whose proportions can most charitably be described as 'cozy'. Show More Summary

Top Ten: Best Loveseats — Apartment Therapy Annual Guide 2015

Much like stickshifts and safety belts in the Cake song of the same name, full-size sofas "make my baby seem so far." Loveseats were made for lovers— but then again, it's certainly nice to be able to stretch out on your own. READ MO...

Weird Decor: What is a Bundling Board?

Via Alice Hodapp's Historiography Pillow talk is nothing new, but if you're a Puritan parent and your daughter has a suitor, just how do you allow the young couple to achieve the emotional intimacy of sharing a bed without encouraging any funny business out of wedlock? It's really just a matter of adding an extra bed accessory: the bundling board. READ MORE »

Claire's 2015 January Cure Check-In — January Cure Diaries

My second week began with the pantry purge and the decluttering carried on throughout the whole week. For my parents, the pantry purge couldn't have come at a better time. On Christmas Eve, several of the pantry shelves collapsed onto each other under the heavy weight of too many wine bottles—and now it was time to find a solution. READ MORE »

Is the Formal Dining Room Dead?

My kids call our dining room the "Thanksgiving Room." My husband says that we should put caution tape at its entrance because I don't let anyone in there. And I guess that tells you what you need to know about how often we use or formal...Show More Summary

Top Erotic Wallpapers: Toile de Joui, Sarah Jane Palmer & Five More — Maxwell's Daily Find 01.26.15

Toile de Joui by K-Lou Design • Email for Pricing I love wallpaper and decided I'd dig a little bit to see what I could find in the romantic/sexy/erotic category. I was pleased to discover a small, but highly stylish set of erotic wallpaper that all looks SFW and yet reveals surprises up close. Why are they mainly all from England?? I don't know. Which do you like? READ MORE »

The Best Cleaning & Organizing Rules I Learned from My Mother

Cynthia's Sunny Accents Now that I have my own home and family to care for, the things my mother taught me about cleaning are not only valuable because they came from her, but because they are nuggets of wisdom probably passed down through more than two generations. Show More Summary

Alexander Wang Designs $8,800 Beanbag Chair — Design News

Alexander Wang is the latest fashion designer to design furniture. His three piece capsule collection for the Italian design company Poltrona Frau debuts in February, and includes a $8,8oo leather beanbag chair and a bar cabinet that's $18,500. READ MORE »

Before & After: From Christmas Color Nightmare to Fresh Family Home — Professional Project

Project by: Ash Bradbury Design Location: Durham, North Carolina When I received the photos from a client in North Carolina of the house she and her husband were considering purchasing, I cringed. The kitchen looked like a mushroom-induced attempt on Christmas (I know, strange description. Show More Summary

Jessica & Zak's Bright & Bold Brooklyn Apartment — House Call

Name: Jessica & Zak Location: Brooklyn, New York My husband Zak and I have a 1200 square foot home in Brooklyn, New York. We are both creative people (I am a designer and art director, he is a cinematographer). We love industrial, modern and traditional styles and our home is an eclectic mix of these things. READ MORE »

5 No-Fail Tips for Uncluttered Counters All Year Long

Erin's Warm & Wood-Wrapped Austin Budget Bungalow Countertop space is precious, and clutter stands in the way of glorious, wide-open spaces that help you function in the kitchen. When stuff is everywhere, you have to move it every time you wipe the counters. Show More Summary

Lauren Conrad's The Little Market Debuts Olive Wood Collection — Design News

Lauren Conrad's globally-focused The Little Market launched their olive wood collection this week. Made by artisans in developing nations, the durable (and beautifully striped) serveware ranges from $10 to $46. READ MORE »

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