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A Tiny Swedish Apartment Mixes Old and New

When this Stockholm apartment went on the market in 2012, it had been uninhabited for 30 years. There was no electricity, peeling wallpaper, and rat droppings in the bathroom. But the new owner had big plans — not just to bring thisShow More Summary

Kim's Interview: Beautiful Classics with an Edge — Liveblogging The Style Cure

When the chance to participate in the Style Cure again came up I jumped at the chance. This year has been a whirlwind juggling work and planning our recent wedding, and now that things have settled down a bit I can't wait to give our neglected apartment the TLC that it needs. READ MORE »

7 Things You're Probably Forgetting to Clean

When I worked on the doorknobs and light switch plates, I realized that even those of us who consider ourselves pretty clean have things in our homes that could use a little attention. Here are seven spots even you neat freaks are probably missing: READ MORE »

Tamara's Interview: Sophisticated Yet Casual — Liveblogging the Style Cure

Alright, I am dying to put a room together in my house, so the timing of this fall's Style Cure could not be more perfect. We've been renovating our little house for what seems like forever, and we are now just about to put floors in my favorite room in the house: the family room/sun room. Show More Summary

Dan & Alan's Modern Abode — House Tour

Name: Dan Maddox + Alan Rauta of Cromatti Location: West Los Angeles, California Size: 2,200 square feet Years lived in: 7 years—Own Dan and Alan have been enjoying this modern and airy two-story home for about seven years. With ample...Show More Summary

Lauren's Interview: Keep it Simple or Go All-Out? — LIVEBLOGGING THE STYLE CURE

Here we go again! Last year I decided to go all out and attempted to "cure" my kitchen. While it came a long way thanks to the Style Cure, we are now almost ready to begin phase two — we just installed wood floors and are planning to paint the lower cabinets and add butcher block countertops and a farmhouse sink. Show More Summary

Emily & Aaron's Condo: Kitchen Decisions — Renovation Diary

The beginning of our new kitchen! Name: Aaron and Emily Choi Type of Project: Full remodel, including the kitchen and two bathrooms Location: La Jolla, California Type of building: Condo; 1300 square feet The Renovation Diaries are a...Show More Summary

Etsy Launches In-Person Payments — Design News

Etsy has launched its own credit and debit card reader for US sellers. The Sell on Etsy reader is free and works in conjunction with the Sell on Etsy app for iOS and Android. The packaging even doubles as credit card sign stand. READ MORE »

Benjamin Moore's Color of the Year for 2015

The color world's big announcement for today is the selection of the 2015 color of the year by Benjamin Moore. It's truly lovely; light and cool and with its own catchy tagline: "a neutral that's natural"... READ MORE »

A Peek Inside the Abandoned TWA Terminal — Design News

As part of Open House New York, TWA terminal at JFK Airport was open to the public over the weekend. The Saarinen-designed terminal has been out of commission since 2002, but Port Authority has said future plans could include a hotel, restaurant, or aviation museum. READ MORE »

Before & After: This Crumbling Barrel is Now Oh, So Cute

Kadie's mother-in-law had been storing this old barrel in her garage for years (and bugging Kadie to do something with it). What she came up with is one of our very favorite DIY tricks. READ MORE »

Quick Fix: How To Sew a Button on a Coat — Apartment Therapy Tutorials

Did you pull out your winter coat this season only to find it missing a button? There's really no need to enlist (and pay for) a tailor to help you make this simple repair. You can easily replace a missing button with these easy, step-by-step instructions. READ MORE »

Make These Healthy Lunches the Night Before — The Kitchn

From The Kitchn ? 20 Satisfying, Wholesome Lunches You Can Make the Night Before READ MORE »

Maeve & Her Roommates' Post College Apartment — House Call

Name: Maeve Location: East Village, New York Our 733 square foot apartment is occupied by three recent college graduates (including myself!). Apartments in the city tend to get a very bad rap for being too small, so we really lucked out when we stumbled upon our two (read: converted from one) bedroom space. READ MORE »

Black Walls in Bathrooms: Yea or Nay?

Black bedrooms, inky kitchen cabinets, and dark living rooms have all been fodder for discussion here on AT, but lately, I feel like I've seen a spate of black walls popping up in bathrooms. What's your take on this bold choice? READ MORE »

Ralph Lauren Turns 75 Today — Design News

Happy 75th birthday to Ralph Lauren, the icon whose fashion and home brands are beacons of classic American style. Unsurprisingly, Lauren's five homes are just as chic as you'd expect. READ MORE »

A Gallery of Cozy Cottage Kitchens

These days, the trend in kitchens seems to be towards brightness and whiteness: light colors, light marble, shiny subway tile. With this post, we're taking things in the opposite direction. We've rounded up 10 kitchens that are rustic, warm, dark, cozy — the perfect kitchen for the cozy cottage of your dreams. READ MORE »

10 Totally Unique, Stylish & Steal-Worthy Halloween Decorating Ideas

Blogger and DIY crafter Jennifer Perkins is no stranger to styling her home with a collection of unique tchotchkes and vintage finds; her first house tour showed off her love of mid-century modern kitsch and DIY style. She's back with a new house, this time showing off a home full of fun Halloween decor ideas. READ MORE »

Danielle and Austin's Kitchen & Garage Remodel: Real-Life Lessons from a Real-Life Renovation — Renovation Diaries

Name: Austin & Danielle (of Forage + Fodder) Type of Project: Kitchen & Garage Remodel Location: Austin, Texas Type of building: One story, Single-Family House, 1250 square feet We've been following along with Danielle and Austin's kitchen...Show More Summary

30 Easy Halloween Decorating Ideas Using Everyday Items

This Halloween, skip the party supply store. Instead, make decorations using things you already have hanging around the house. They're cheaper, and are a great activity to do with family and friends around the holiday. Here are 30 favorites: READ MORE »

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