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This New Bag Lets You Sous Vide Food in Your Washing Machine — Kitchn

(Image credit: Gray Design) From Kitchn ? This Designer Wants You to Cook Food in Your Washing Machine READ MORE »

Americans Are Spending Less on Clothing & More On Their Homes, Study Says

Home is where the heart is and now, it's where your money goes too, according to a new review of government data. READ MORE »

Dream of Getting Married at an Art Museum? This Couple Did — Real Weddings

Bride & Groom: Martina Kolobara and Shea Slater Wedding Date: May 21, 2016 Venue: Joslyn Art Museum in Omaha, Nebraska Number of guests: 250 They say that the best thing about having a big wedding is being surrounded by all the people (and things) you love. And in this Nebraska couple's case, that includes a couple of pups and a whole museum full of modern art. READ MORE »

A Vintage Design Detail That'll Never Go Out of Style

You've probably seen those pressed tin tiles gracing the ceilings of Victorian-era buildings, but they also look great in all kinds of buildings, and in all kinds of spots besides just the ceiling. Whether you leave them exposed, toShow More Summary

I Tried It: Goodbye Gross Disposables, Hello Silicone Sponge — Small Shifts: Green Your Clean

In an effort to green their clean routines, some Apartment Therapy staffers are taking on small shifts at home, replacing their usual products and tools with more eco-friendly versions. Have you ever picked up your kitchen sponge to do the dishes only to find that it smells totally musty? And not only that, but you have no more sponges left. Show More Summary

Beyond the Bubble Lamp: The Best of George Nelson — Apartment Therapy Marketplace

How well do you know your Bertoias from Baumritters? Nailing down your preferred design style is one thing, but being able to identify individual designers is a whole different level of dedication. But if you're really serious aboutShow More Summary

Get Ready, Frozen 2 Has a Release Date

Frozen fans, the wait is over—or at least, now there's a release date in sight. Disney just announced that the highly anticipated sequel will hit theaters in November 27, 2019. READ MORE »

12 Ways You Can Tell You've Been Living Small for Too Long

Living well in a tiny apartment is no easy feat. On top of tiny rooms, cramped kitchens, and virtually no closet space, living in a small home forces you to constantly get creative with your square footage (or more appropriately, lack thereof). Show More Summary

Amazon's Latest Device Wants To Be Your Instagram Husband

Alexa, Amazon's virtual assistant, can do a lot of things—tell you the weather or traffic, shop for you, play music. Now, she can help you get dressed. Amazon's latest device, the Echo Look, is a hands-free, Alexa-enabled camera that is your new #OOTD bestie so you can give your Instagram Husband a break. READ MORE »

What Would Edgar Allan Poe Have Thought of IKEA?

Homemakers have been committing their advice to paper for centuries, but do those tips hold up? An ongoing investigation. READ MORE »

Friends Squeeze into a 450 Square Foot San Francisco Rental — House Tour

Name: Cai Haun and Britt Maton Location: Oceanview — San Francisco, California Size: 450 square feet Years lived in: 5 months, renting Having a complete and comfortable home is really important to Cai. She's moved at least once a year, every year, since she was 13, so adapting quickly has never been an issue. Show More Summary

Wall (& Deposit!) Friendly Rental Bedroom Storage Solutions

Finding storage solutions is difficult in most homes, but in a rental apartment that has insufficient (or completely non-existent) closet space and where you're not allowed to drill into the walls, finding spots to stash all your stuff is even more challenging. Show More Summary

Renters Solutions: Get the Wallpaper Look Without the Commitment

(Image credit: Etsy) By now, we all recognize the tremendous strides wallpaper has made since its infamous reign in past decades. Its resurgence has brought forth a new generation of admirers (and skeptics that were burned in the '80s with wall-to-wall chintz and toile). Show More Summary

Before & After: When Life Gives You Lemons, Use Them On Your $12 Thrift Store Desk

Mary found a very handsome but somewhat worn desk outside of a thrift store. After snatching it up for less than it costs to buy Lemonade on iTunes, she took it home and restored it to its former glory. READ MORE »

How Patricia Urquiola is Taking Over the Design World — Women in Design

For our series about influential women in design, we're focusing this week on Patricia Urquiola, the Spanish designer who is one of the most influential figures in the world of contemporary design. Her designs are playful, colorful, innovative, and sometimes a little bit irreverent, and she's working to redefine the look of the contemporary home. READ MORE »

Your Bed Called: It's Missing a Bench (So Here Are 9 Favorites Under $250) — Annual Guide 2017

As I was doing a little research on the end-of-bed bench for this roundup, I stumbled upon the most perfect explanation from designer and blogger Emily Henderson of why, if you have the room, everyone should have one. "Having the right bench is like having a nice belt – it's not something you want to spend money on, but you need it. Show More Summary

In Defense of Keeping the Stuff You Never Use — Kitchn

(Image credit: Andrea Sparacio) From Kitchn ? In Defense of Keeping Stuff You Never Use READ MORE »

Before & After: A Blank Box Living Room Gets a Warm Multi-Functional Makeover

Gone are the days of the traditional living room. A modern creative woman, Lindsay designed her "living room" into a multi-functional space for all of her personal and professional needs. After 10 years in Los Angeles, Lindsay came to Joshua Tree seeking open space, a slower pace, a more affordable cost of living and time to explore her creativity. Show More Summary

Take 20 Minutes Today to Clean the Dirtiest Spot in Your Home — Spring Cleaning in 20 Minutes a Day

Your floors, counters and tabletops get their fair share of attention — they're likely the first places you clean any time you work to make your home a tidier place. And no wonder: They're big areas that collect visible clutter and dirt. Show More Summary

Here's What IKEA Thinks of Balenciaga's $2K FRAKTA Knockoff

Last week, the internet was shook by Balenciaga's $2,145 Arena Extra Large Shopper Tote, a bag that looks strikingly familiar to IKEA's 99¢ FRAKTA. Well, the Swedish retailer has responded, and here's what they had to say. READ MORE...

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