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Republic Offers Cargo Bikes for Kids — Design News

Now, your trendy tots can have a cargo bike all their own. Republic built a three wheeled cargo bike for the kiddos, perfect for "hauling beginner typography books, Pantone/Crayola conversion charts, or even little puppy Gehry." READ MORE »

10 Corn Husks Crafts to Make This Holiday Season

People have used corn husks for fall crafts and DIY projects since long before the original Thanksgiving dinner. And here's a tip: you don't need to shuck a bunch of corn either— just use tamale wrappers from the grocery store. They are inexpensive, easy to work with, and can produce a wide variety of classic, long-lasting decorations. Here are ten to consider: READ MORE »

SPONSORED POST: Beyond Stockings: Modernize the Mantel — Target

The mantel has always been a styling playground — a prime spot for candles, artworks and decorative miscellany — but when it comes to the holiday season, most of us revert to the same old MO: greeting cards and stockings. What do you say we freshen things up this winter? READ MORE »

Cut the Clutter: 3 Get-Tough Tips For Culling Digital Photos

No matter what you do or wish to do with your photos — keep them digital exclusively, share them online, store them in the cloud, print them, organize them for yearly photo books, display them — the question of what photos to keep and what to delete comes into play, most likely first and foremost. Show More Summary

A Compendium of Clever, Creative Ways to Set Up a Shared Kids Room

I don't know about you, but when I think of a shared kids' bedroom, my mind immediately goes to two twin beds side by side, or maybe bunk beds. (Or if you're as unlucky as my sister and I were, a shared full bed. We often daydreamedShow More Summary

Before & After: Windows Were Saved From a Fire Become Something Even Better

Rosalind lost her first home to a fire back in February and, although heartbroken at the loss of her 1940's home, she found a unique way to pay homage to it in her new house by reusing some of the original vintage windows that were saved. READ MORE »

Got Snow? Build a Toboggan! — Home Made Modern

If you're anywhere in the middle of the U.S. right now, chances are you've got some snow... or a lot of it, as the case may be. Stuck inside with nothing to do? Take some time to build this beautiful modern toboggan, and then you can hit the backyard slopes! READ MORE »

5 Ways You Can Use Leftover Coffee Grounds Around the Home — The Kitchn

From The Kitchn ? 5 Ways You Can Use Leftover Coffee Grounds Around the Home READ MORE »

Ideas for Updating "Horrific" Orange Kitchen Without a Full Remodel? — Good Questions

Q: I am moving in with my boyfriend and his apartment, while otherwise awesome, has a horrific 70s retro kitchen complete with orange tiles and yellow countertops. It also has an unusable empty space awkwardly behind one of the counters. How do I turn this into a modern, clean space with style without a full remodel? READ MORE »

Virtual Vacation: Tour 10 Gorgeous Paris Apartments

Gorgeous details, herringbone floors, wrought-iron balconies... there's just something about a Paris apartment. Even if having a second home in the City of Light is outside of your budget, with this post you can do the next best thing: virtually tour ten beautiful French spaces, without ever leaving your desk. READ MORE »

Baby Fox by Sharon Montrose — Maxwell's Daily Find 11.19.14

Baby Fox • From $25 I think my favorite, after a few years, is this one of the baby fox. Remarkable animal photography by Sharon Montrose.... ready for Christmas. :) READ MORE »

How To Decide Whether Christmas Lights Are Worth Fixing — Apartment Therapy Tutorials

Without fail, every year I end up with half lit (no, this has nothing to do with egg nog) strands of christmas lights. It doesn't seem to matter if I safely store them away, or throw them haphazardly in a bag, they refuse to ever be on the same work schedule. READ MORE »

Quick & Lovely: Last-Minute Host & Hostess Gifts you can Grab at the Grocery Store

Lets face it: The days and hours leading up to a gathering like Thanksgiving or Christmas are usually a little hectic. So if you don't have time to shop for the perfect gift for your holiday host this year, don't fret. Here are 20 small gifts that can be picked up at your local supermarket—on the way to the party—for around $20 or less. Show More Summary

Would You Surprise Your Spouse With a House? — The Wall Street Journal

Planning any surprise can be risky. Add the cost of a house into the mix and you have one dangerous gamble. The Wall Street Journal recently profiled several men (yes, they were all men) who pulled off this huge surprise for their mixed reviews. Show More Summary

Before & After: A Tree House "Estate" In a Shared Boys Bedroom — Professional Project

Project by: Jenna Piccirillo of PICCISTUDIO Location: Fairfield, Connecticut This bedroom needed to house two growing pre-teen boys and provide space for them to sleep, study and hang out with friends. Jenna Piccirillo's solution is the stuff kids' dreams are made of and include a room-within-a-room treehouse. READ MORE »

Martha Stewart Creates a Line for Makerbot — Design News

The queen of crafting is entering the world of 3D printing. Martha Stewart Living announced a line for Makerbot, including colors and a series of printable designs. You can now create a Martha-approved coaster or napkin ring in her signature robin's egg blue or lemon drop. READ MORE »

Surefire Ways to Make Your House Feel More Like Home

A home is more than four walls and a roof under which you lay your head at night, shovel down breakfast in the morning, and store your stuff. The important part is loving the space, and how it makes you feel. If your space lacks soul, explore some ways to add some warmth, beauty and individuality. READ MORE »

Dress Up Your Space & Adjust the Lighting — The Style Cure: Assignment #19

There is a concept in fashion that suggests that, when getting dressed, you accessorize and then remove one thing for a more streamlined, sophisticated look. Now, not everyone subscribes to the the "less is more" idea, in fashion or in rooms, but, honestly, it isn't bad advice for this point in the Cure... READ MORE »

Hot or NOT: Trends That Will Rule 2015 — December Maker Talk

As 2014 comes to a close (p.s. we cannot believe we're saying that), we wanted to send the year off with a bang. Come and hang out with us on December 3rd for a panel discussion on what 2014 trends should never see the light of day again and what will be a breath of fresh air in 2015. Show More Summary

From Birth to 12: Classic Toys for Kids at Each Age

Lex, Lynn and Lucy's Downtown Modern Family Home Ever wonder what to buy the little kid in your life, amidst all the plastic and TV-themed junk out there? Want to buy something that is, truly, a classic toy? Here are our recommendations for the best classic toy to buy for any child, aged zero to 12. READ MORE »

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