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How to Make the Most of Your Seriously Small Apartment Balcony

Spring is here! After all those months spent cooped up inside, the weather is finally nice enough to enjoy the outdoors. Because we know that a lavish roof garden (or even a backyard) isn't a reality for a lot of apartment dwellers, we've compiled this gallery of inspiring small outdoor spaces. Show More Summary

Easter Crafts for Kids: 50 Fun & Easy DIY Ideas

Easter Hunt Bags from Purl Bee I love Easter because it is always an especially welcome celebration after a long and cold winter. Make yours extra special this year by planning some activities to do with your kids that commemoratingShow More Summary

The Most Effective Tricks for Making Your Ceilings Feel & Look Higher

Kelly's Cozy Chic Studio If you're stuck with lower-than-you'd-like ceilings and can't renovate, you're not necessarily stuck with the look or feel of low ceilings; there are some ideas you can try. We've gathered the most effective tricks for making your ceilings feel higher than they are. READ MORE »

This Bike Seat is Also a Stroller — Design News

The last thing parents need is one more thing to carry. Check out the Påhoj, a bike seat that also functions as a stroller. The lightweight Swedish design fastens to a standard rear rack and then can be transformed into a basic stroller once you reach your destination. READ MORE »

Sofa Solutions: How to Plump Up an Old, Saggy Sofa for Under $30

Julie's Artful Home in D.C. We just love coming across advice that can help us get a little more milage out of our well-loved basics. This genius tutorial is exactly that. Tonya of the blog Love of Family and Home revitalized her six-year-old saggy sofa with a quick trip to the craft store. It looks like new! Wanna know what she did? READ MORE »

Roger & Chris' Bold, Eclectic & Vivacious 160-Year-Old Victorian — House Tour

Name: Roger and Chris Stout-Hazard and dog Buck Location: Sharon Springs, New York Size: 1800 square feet Years lived in: Owned 2.5 years Roger and Chris' style is the kind of laid-back, eclectic look that would look great anywhere.Show More Summary

Before & After: Kitchen Opens Up for Entertaining

Lana's home was built in the 1930s, and the separate rooms made it tough to entertain. She was also lacking counter space on either side of the stove. See how she opened up the space while keeping the same layout: READ MORE »

Short on Decor Dollars? Save Big When You Make These Swaps

The Craver Compound There are things you need at home (like a bed) and then there are things that can wait. What if you didn't have to? We thought of three things that you may just be able to afford after all. Take a look. READ MORE...

7 Cute Cats Enjoying DIY Projects Their Humans Made For Them

Improve the quality of each of your cat’s nine lives with these ridiculously great crafts & DIY projects. Then stand back and watch your kitty start behaving all cute-like and adorable. READ MORE »

Tricks of the Trade: Our Best Tips for Your Trickiest Spots

Got a problem area that's been bugging you? We have your solutions right here. We identified five of the stickiest, trickiest spots to tackle at home and found our best, targeted solutions so you can get your problem solved, stat. READ MORE »

Walking Dead Star Norman Reedus Lists Atlanta Home, Sparking Rumors — Design News

There are a lot of predictions as to who might die in tonight's Walking Dead season finale. People have even been using real estate to guess who meets their maker. Norman Reedus, who plays Daryl Dixon, recently listed his Atlanta home for sale, and while this might not signal the end of his character, it has some worried. READ MORE »

Lightweight Wire Basket Tables: DIY Decor Trend

Step 1: Flip over a storage basket. Step 2: Place round disc on top. Step 3: Secure top to the base. In three easy moves, you've got yourself a quick and budget piece of furniture. (It doesn't get much easier than that.) Powder-coated wire makes them modern and light. All the negative space keeps things looking easy and airy. READ MORE »

Life Goal Aspirations: Always Have a "10 Minutes To Company" Clean Home

Halle & Jeff's East Village Apartment It's the best feeling in the world when you finally pinpoint a feeling or wish that has been knocking around, undefined, in your head forever. Such was the case when I recently stumbled upon a little suggestion that put into words a concept I heartily embrace: the ten-minutes-to-clean home. What is it? READ MORE »

A New Book Features Photos of Artists & Their Cats — Design News

Artists and Their Cats, a new book from Chronicle, is full of —you guessed it—artists and their cats. Included are Henri Matisse, Georgia O'Keefe, Salvador Dali, Ai Weiwei and 50 others with their feline friends. READ MORE »

7 Ways to Hold on to Your Own Taste

The Beautifully Strange World of Miranda Lake After years of looking at decor sites, blogs, books, and magazines, I've noticed that it can be hard to determine what my own style really is. New things come, old things go, and when you're faced with an ever-revolving set of choices, it's easy to lose sight of the things that really speak to you. Show More Summary

Design Duel: Bedding Style, Crisp vs. Relaxed

Jess' Colorful Urban Townhouse There is something so luxurious about crisp, perfectly pressed bedding, add a border and a monogram and it feels like you are staying in a five star hotel. On the other side is the rumpled, relaxed linen look with casual layers and abundant texture, practically begging you to spend your Saturdays sleeping in. What's your style? READ MORE »

Working from Home: 5 Ways to Transition from Work Time to Home Time

The Industrial Loft of Brock Real Estate The line between work hours and home time is starting to blur with the constant access that smartphones provide—and when your office is your home, it can be nearly impossible to make the distinction. I've worked from home at least part time for years and here are a few of the ways that I make the transition work. READ MORE »

Here's Why It's More Expensive to Rent in Some Cities — Design News

If your rent is a huge chunk of your paycheck, you're not alone. There's a reason: cities with the lower numbers of building permits per 1,000 new residents have fewer options and increased rents. Los Angeles, for example, issued 187...Show More Summary

Cluttered Bathroom? You Really Only Need These 9 Things

Maureen's Classic & Comfy Austin Abode Is your bathroom feeling a bit...overwhelmed with stuff? It may be that you've filled it with things that you thought you needed. We all have ideas of the sort items a bathroom should have. But we think you only really need these ten things. Show More Summary

Lisa’s Artgoodies and Vintage Finds — House Tour

Name: Lisa Price Location: Grand Rapids, MI Size: 936 square feet Years lived in: 10 years; owned Imagine a house where the best of the best vintage and thrift store finds are arranged by color. Imagine really cool vintage furniture in really good condition. Show More Summary

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