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4 Magical Tricks to Steal From Macy's Holiday Window Decorators

When you live in New York, it's easy to take all the holiday feels for granted. There's something merry and bright to see on every corner, and I'd be lying if I said I was soaking it all in. But one thing I and pretty much every Christmas-loving New Yorker do pay attention to is the major department store window displays. Show More Summary

The Exciting Art Trend That's All Over Pinterest Right Now

Gallery walls were the talk of 2017 (and well, quite a bit of time before that), but we (and evidently the design-loving community on Pinterest) are ready for something a little different. According to the Pinterest 100 report released...Show More Summary

An Industrial Maximalist Italian Apartment — House Tour

Name: Kirsten Schofield and Eric Ng Location: Vicenza, Italy Size: 3,200 square feet Years lived in: 2 years, renting Some apartments have good bones, and some apartments feature inhabitants who know good design. Amazingly, Kirsten and...Show More Summary

Here's How to Watch One of 2017's Best Meteor Showers Tonight

Tonight, you'll want to turn off the TV, because one of the best shows of the year will be in the sky. The Geminid meteor shower will be happening late Wednesday into early Thursday. Here's how—and when—to watch. READ MORE »

Last-Minute Holiday Decorating Ideas For the Truly Uninspired & Lazy

By the time Thanksgiving dinner is over, I'm already spent. Which makes the quick pivot into Christmas a particularly tiresome prospect —especially because that holiday is, in turn, followed closely by New Year's Eve and our huge annual party. Show More Summary

According to Pinterest, This Shade is 2018's New Neutral

2016 was the year of white, and since then, neutrals really have reigned supreme in home design, particularly when it comes to paint colors and large furniture like sofas. This past year belonged to blush—you know, that whisper light, not quite pink or peach or tan hue that was EVERYWHERE, from walls to chairs, even shoes and bags. Show More Summary

Merriam-Webster's Word of the Year Is Here, and It's Perfect

Merriam-Webster has been dutifully identifying the Word of the Year since 2003, highlighting the words that were most searched and how they capture the current cultural moment. Appropriately, this year's word is Feminism. READ MORE ...

Before & After: This Kitchen Was Remodeled on a "Layaway Plan” — Hannah Bunker

Hannah was stuck in an impasse familiar to many of us: "For the seven years we've been in the house, I've always wanted to change the kitchen but thought it would have to be a massive, expensive project that would leave us without aShow More Summary

Fringe Is Back & I'm as Surprised as You Are

Okay, look, let me be perfectly honest: this post wasn't my idea. When Arlyn, our Design Editor, suggested that I write about fringe as a new design trend, my initial reaction was, well, skeptical. My associations with fringe are few,...Show More Summary

Wearing An Ugly Sweater? These Airlines Will Let You Board First

It's time to dig through the boxes in the back of the attic and steam your finest, ugliest, Saint Nick knitwear in the name of overhead space. READ MORE »

This Genius Wrapping Station Is the Perfect Hack for Small Spaces

It's that time of year! The time when you stare down your gift-wrapping to-do list as it reminds you that not only do you not know exactly how to wrap your little brother's skateboard, you don't even have a square inch of free table space to commit to wrapping it. READ MORE »

Before and After: The Secret to Taking Wood-Paneled Walls Down a Notch

Warm, earthy wood is such a beautiful material to have in your home...until it's not. There are no rules about how much wood a home can handle, but you know it when you see it. When Carina Romano bought this cabin in the Catskills with...Show More Summary

The Future of Travel: These Are America's Most Advanced & Modern Airports

Anybody who says they enjoy flying just hasn't flown enough. There aren't enough audiobooks and podcasts in the world to make waiting at a crowded gate for a delayed flight with a 10-percent battery feel like a good time. READ MORE ...

This Iconic IKEA Item Is $100 Off For One Day Only

Bargain alert: One of our favorite IKEA staples is on sale—for one day. To celebrate the opening of their 47th store in the United States (that'd be Grand Prairie, Texas y'all), some classic items will be deeply discounted for tomorrow only. READ MORE »

JetBlue Is Having a Two-Day Sale, So Plan Those Winter Vacations Now

I know we're in the middle of holiday season craziness—including all the bonkers travel many are about to embark on—but now would be a great time to plan a winter vacation. JetBlue is having a sweet sale, but it's only good for two days. READ MORE »

Here's Where You'll Be Traveling in 2018, According to Airbnb

Even if you've never heard of a ryokan, the traditional Far East style of bed & breakfast is about to start blowing up your social media feeds, according to Airbnb. The peer to peer vacation rental giant cites two cities in Japan inShow More Summary

A Textile Designer's Layered, India-Inspired Home — House Tour

Name: Deepali and Naveen Kalia, Annika, 8 and Akhil, 2 Location: Hillsboro, Oregon Size: 1,800 square feet Years lived in: 12 years, owned Deepali and Naveen began their life together in a traditionally Indian way — through an arranged marriage. Show More Summary

Get Lit: Check Out These Amazingly Simple and Whimsical DIY Menorahs

I can still remember the Kindergarten tradition of making homemade menorahs at my Jewish day school like it was yesterday. Take a sawed-off 2x4, glue 10 small square tiles atop it, in a line (two at the center for the tallest candle), then place 9 screw nuts in a row, one on top of each tile. I'm pretty sure my parents even still have mine — somewhere. READ MORE »

A Small Boston Studio Apartment's Got Great Bones — House Call

"In the past, I've lived in one-bedroom apartments, so I was a bit nervous about how to set up a studio so that it felt more like a home and less like one giant bedroom," writes Maeve Stier, the Boston-based blogger behind Chic Now. READ MORE »

The Weirdest Things on Etsy for the Weirdest People You Know

If you're like me, you have two minds about the holidays. On one hand, it means a month of parties, mulled wine, and deeply unhealthy finger food (which you then try to counteract by grabbing something off the crudité plate). On the other hand, it's full of the stress of trying to prove your love to people via rampant gift giving. Show More Summary

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