Discover a new way to find and share stories you'll love… Learn about Reading Desk

Blog Profile / Apartment Therapy

Filed Under:House & Home / Interior Design
Posts on Regator:66852
Posts / Week:193.2
Archived Since:April 6, 2008

Blog Post Archive

Rebecca's Style Cure Progress: Planning a Gallery Wall — LIVEBLOGGING THE STYLE CURE

Pearl’s new bedroom is at that looking-worse-before-it-looks-better stage. My husband has pulled up the old carpet, pried the skirting boards off the wall and started laying the bamboo floor. Meanwhile Pearl and I (aided and abetted by the cat) have been busy planning a gallery wall of her own paintings and drawings. READ MORE »

SPONSORED POST: What's in Your Gallery? — SnapBox

Gallery walls are the chameleons of the decor kingdom—they can change shape, color, and content to blend in with any room's style. In most cases, once wall galleries are hung they're considered all done. But that doesn't have to be the...Show More Summary

The Crazy Easy (and Effective!) Way to Clean Stainless Steel Appliances

Do you ever have a lightbulb moment and simultaneously feel totally, smugly proud of yourself for thinking of it and really dumb for not thinking of it sooner? Yeah, well that's how I felt about this cleaning tip that will — seriously — revolutionize your stainless steel cleaning routine. READ MORE »

Before & After: A Screaming Plaid Sofa Gets a Makeunder

Minni was looking to replace her IKEA Ektorp sofa with something a little more streamlined. She loved the lines of this retro yellow sofa but it didn't exactly scream "low key." For €30, she took a chance. READ MORE »

My Favorite Kitchen Hand Soap (I've Been Using It for Years!) — The Kitchn

From The Kitchn ? My Favorite Kitchen Hand Soap (I've Been Using It for Years!) READ MORE »

How Do I Overcome an Awkward Entryway Nook? — Good Questions

Q: The entryway to my house is mostly fine, except for one bizarre corner. I blame it all on this awkward nook created by the stair rail when you first walk into the house. It's narrow, long, and makes no functional or aesthetic sense. What can I do to make this functional and beautiful? Or at the very least, non-hideous. READ MORE »

Can You Spy the DIY? Brooklyn Bedroom Edition

This Brooklyn bedroom looks like it could grace a catalog cover, but it's boasting a big DIY secret. Can you guess which element here is actually a do-it-yourself' project? Design sleuths, proceed... READ MORE »

Grue Floor Lamp by Lambert & Fils — Maxwell's Daily Find 11.20.14

Grue Floor Lamp by Lambert & Fils • $960 Stunning and unique, from Montreal based Samuel Lambert: Brass, powder-coated aluminum with black nylon wire. READ MORE »

Time for a Few Finishing Touches: Hang Artwork or Bust Out a Little Holiday Decor — The Style Cure: Assignment #20

What you choose to decorate your walls with is one of the things that makes your style truly yours and all that matters is that you love it! Whether it's high or low, rare or mass produced, permanently placed and lit or a constantly changing casual display, taking the time to hang artwork with care will make the most of it. Show More Summary

One Room, Two Brothers: A Shared Bedroom in Toronto — Professional Project

Project by: Lisa Lev of Lisa Lev Designs Location: Toronto, Canada Lisa Lev's task was to make this bedroom work for 10- and 12-year-old brothers to share. Although the room was spacious, the challenge was to create a cohesive look that left room for individuality. READ MORE »

New Rem Koolhaas Building to Open for Art Basel 2015 — Design News

A new Rem Koolhaas building will open in Miami Beach during Art Basel 2015. The 50,000-square-foot Faena Forum will be the sister organization to the Faena Arts Center in Buenos Aires. READ MORE »

Ideas for Updating Rescued Wood Folding Chairs? — Good Questions

Q: I was lucky enough to save 5 vintage wood slat folding chairs from the curb yesterday, but I'm looking to update them. Most are in excellent condition. Any suggestions? READ MORE »

Dream Jobs: Charlotte Crosby of Farrow & Ball

Welcome to Dream Jobs, a new series where we ask some of the coolest, smartest and most creative people working in design today to tell us all about their jobs and just what they did to get there. First up is Charlotte Crosby, Head of Creative at Farrow & Ball, one of our all-time favorite paint and wallpaper sources. Show More Summary

Tricks of the Trade: How Designers Warm Up Black & White Rooms

Black and white is a great color combination: it's classic, it's sophisticated, you don't have to worry about whether things match. But sometimes the combo of black and white can be a bit stark. How do you create a monochromatic interior that feels elegant without being forbidding? Here are some ideas. READ MORE »

A Magazine Rack for Your Devices — Design News

Resembling a sleek magazine rack, Modko's Tuck Device rack is storage for the 21st century. The chrome and rubber contraption stashes your laptop, tablets, and smartphones with ease. The open weave lets you wind charging cables through, or you can wrap them neatly around the cleats. READ MORE »

Don't Forget this Thanksgiving Turkey Tip — The Kitchn

From The Kitchn ? The One Thing You Shouldn't Forget When Making a Thanksgiving Turkey READ MORE »

New Holiday Traditions: Ideas for Donating as a Family

Megan and Mike's Contemporary Amsterdam Apartment 'Tis the season for coat collections, holiday gift drives, and charitable giving, and this year I'm trying to coordinate my own periodic decluttering with the efforts of local organizations. Show More Summary

Instant Improvements: Easy Renter-Friendly Kitchen Upgrades

From The Natos' kitchen renovation. If you're renting, and you hate your kitchen, you may think you don't have a lot of options. But you are wrong! Even if simple updates like painting cabinets have been ruled out by your landlord, there are still things you can do to improve your kitchen — without forfeiting your deposit. READ MORE »

The "What the Architect Might Have Done Today" Kitchen Makeover — Makeovers: Renovation Project

Makeover by: David (check out David's bathroom makeover, too) Location: Glendale, CA We purchased our mid-century ranch house in 2012. We were only the 3rd owners. The first owners commissioned Robert L Earl architecture to build the house and it was complete in 1962. Show More Summary

Famous Rooms Redux: Jenna Lyons' Nursery and the Spinoffs

Jenna Lyons' home on Domino If it's possible for a room to be famous, J.Crew Creative Director Jenna Lyons' nursery is. First featured in Domino in 2008, the room, belonging to Lyons' son Beckett, was an immediate hit with design-minded parents. Show More Summary

Recent Posting Activity


Posts per Week
Posts on Regator

Related Blogs

Copyright © 2011 Regator, LLC