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13 Tweets About HomeGoods That Are Extremely Relatable

If your love for HomeGoods knows no bounds, then you're in great company, both here and on Twitter. We rounded up 13 too true tweets about one of our favorite bargain decor stores. READ MORE »

Save Yourself a Trip to IKEA With This Clever Shopping Hack

IKEA stuff is great. But sometimes a trip to IKEA is something less than great. This is especially true in New York, where going to IKEA means taking a subway, then a ferry, crossing a massive parking lot, navigating the labyrinthine...Show More Summary

7 Celebrity Homes that 'Normal' People Could Maybe Even Afford

As someone who loves to trawl through celebrity real estate listings, you can trust me when I say the other half is living lavishly. It's downright rare to find a price tag with fewer than seven figures. But truly, I can't blame 'em. If I started making major bank, the first thing I'd do is set myself up with the home of my dreams too. READ MORE »

Pantone Just Announced What Colors We'll Crave For Interiors in 2019

The color experts at Pantone are always looking ahead to what will be on trend in the future. While 2018's Color of the Year, Ultra Violet, still holds its reign, that hasn't stopped the institute from predicting what we'll see more of in 2019 already. Check out what's on the horizon for next year, according to Pantone. READ MORE »

A Beautiful, Minimal, Light-Filled Barcelona Renovation — House Tour

Name: Tami, Gleb and their two-year-old daughter, Mia Location: Barcelona, Spain Size: 915 square feet Years lived in: 3 years, own Imagine relocating to a new city where the language, culture, and landscape is completely different from your own and with only three suitcases in hand for both you and your partner. Show More Summary

Beyond the Mop: How To Infuse Spring Cleaning With Feng Shui

As we approach a brand new season, you may find yourself with an extra spring (pun intended) in your step. Instead of lounging on the couch watching football or recovering from heavy holiday food comas, spring's warmer weather and abundance of green causes us to shed our down coats for short sleeves, head outdoors, and crave light, fresh foods. READ MORE »

A Cup of Jo Editor Shares 6 Real Life Lessons on How to Cope With a Teeny Apartment

Manhattan has notoriously teeny apartments and I'm always fascinated by how people make them work. I mean, you have to be clever to figure out how to fit in a place to sleep, a place to eat, a place to hang out, a place to cook and a place to you know, store all of your stuff, all in about 300 square feet. Show More Summary

These Geometric Rugs Are a Gorgeous Optical Illusion

Every so often, you come across a majorly specific design conundrum like, how to accentuate your floors in style while simultaneously deceiving your eyes. Well, prepare to check off both of those decorative boxes with these color-blocked rugs from Spanish architect and designer Patricia Urquiola. READ MORE »

Before & After: This 88-Year-Old Bathroom Goes Mad for Marble — Sweeten

The idea of a vintage bathroom sounds very nice, but sometimes the reality is less than appealing. The bathroom in Mary Ann and Frank's Upper West Side apartment was what Cher Horowitz might call a Monet: "from far away it's okay, but up close it's a big ol' mess." READ MORE »

5 Studio Apartment Layouts to Try That Just Work — Renters Solutions

Arranging your furniture is hard enough when all the furniture you own isn't jammed into a single room. But here you are, in your itty bitty one room apartment, generously called a "studio", and all that stuff has to go somewhere. Take...Show More Summary

Enough Excuses: Stop Lying to Yourself About These Things at Home

Everyone has certain problem places in their homes. You know, the spots where it's just easier to look the other way than to actually deal with the thing? C'mon, you know we're not gonna let you get away with that! Are any of these the areas where you could use a little tough love? We'll help you ID the problem and fix it the right way. READ MORE »

Alexa Is Randomly Laughing and It's Creeping People Out

We need to talk about Alexa. The Amazon virtual assistant seems to have taken a dark turn in recent days, emitting an evil-sounding laugh to some avid users, Buzzfeed reported on Monday. READ MORE »

Parting With My Studio Apartment — and My Independence

When my partner and I left Chicago for San Francisco, we decided to hold off on moving in together. We hadn't been dating for very long and wanted to establish our own, independent selves and lives in the new city. Plus, I had never lived by myself. Show More Summary

An Art-Obsessed Dad & Toddler Share This Stylish NYC Apartment — House Tour

Name: William Watson (and Lola!) Location: Bowery — New York, New York Size: Approximately 1,500 square feet Years lived in: 1 year, renting Will was involved in the art world for several years before starting his own creative agency, Watson and Company. Show More Summary

You'll Never Guess Where Jordan Peele Keeps His Oscar

The uber-talented, multi-hyphenate Jordan Peele took home the Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay for Get Out at Sunday's ceremony, making him the first black filmmaker to win the award and only the fourth to have been nominated. And now he has to answer the age old question: where do you keep your Oscar? READ MORE »

Genius Space-Saving Projects For Small Spots & Tight Corners

Renter woes and vintage layouts make odd, small spaces a reality everyone will face at some point. Short of pulling a Chip Gaines and demoing walls, you have to work with what you've got. READ MORE »

3 Tiny Things That Are a Huge Help in My Small Kitchen

One way to adapt to life in a small apartment is to have less stuff. Another way is to have smaller stuff. In my apartment's petite kitchen, I have a few items that work especially well for me — scaled-down versions of standard kitchen staples that take up less space, but still manage to get the job done. READ MORE »

A 400-Square-Foot Liveaboard Yacht Shared by a D.C. Couple (& Their Pup!) — House Tour

Name: Abigail and Mark Hobbs and dog, Solo Location: Gangplank Marina — Washington, DC Size: 38 foot yacht, approximately 400 square feet Years lived in: 2 years, owned Imagine: lounging in a hammock, sunbathing on the deck, and dropping a kayak out your front door for an evening paddle — all while living in a city. Show More Summary

Think You Love Target? This Couple Had Their Wedding Photos Taken There

Is there anything you can't find at Target? The retailer proved that it's even a great place to take wedding photos, courtesy of one Miami couple who hit the bullseye to celebrate their elopement. READ MORE »

12 Totally Luxe Living Room Finds Under $100

Wouldn't it be beautiful if having good taste also meant you had plenty of money to indulge said taste? Unfortunately, this is the real world, where sometimes the most discerning decorators also have the smallest budgets. Fortunately, these 12 living room picks only look expensive — they're all under $100. READ MORE »

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