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Own Halle Berry's Former Hollywood Hills Home For $3.8M

Golden Globe and Academy Award winner Halle Berry's former Mediterranean villa has just hit the market for $3.8 million, according to Architectural Digest. The home boasts an impressive 4,300-square-feet and sits on a third of an acre in the highly desirable Hollywood Hills. READ MORE »

Slam Dunk Ways to Help You Stay Organized in 2018

These projects will corral all the little bits, make sense of your mail, display things prettily, stash things out of sight, organize your entryway, or sort your stuff. They are the key to a productive year ahead. READ MORE »

One Woman in California Successfully Returned a Dead Christmas Tree to Costco

We love Costco — and its famously generous return policy — but is there a point at which consumers abuse their rights to, well, always be right? Does a woman in California returning her dead Christmas tree in January fall into the category of shameless retail returns that should not be refunded? READ MORE »

The Beautiful Brownstone of New York Magazine's Wendy Goodman — House Tour

Name: Wendy Goodman Location: Greenwich Village — New York, New York Years lived in: 1997-present Wendy Goodman's New York apartment feels particularly storied, and not just because it's full of books. A born and raised New Yorker, she's...Show More Summary

Always Hot? Cool Down With This Wearable AC on Kickstarter

If you're the kind of person who hates being hot, you might be sold on blö, a new product that claims to be the world's first wearable cooling device and diffuser. READ MORE »

Seriously Strange Things We Learned from Popular Mechanics' Archive

Popular Mechanics first launched on January 11th in 1902. Over the past century they've written about just about everything that involves home projects: tools, how-tos, and advice. They recently took a look back at some of their household handyman tips, and let's just say that there were a few rather unorthodox ideas. READ MORE »

Check Out These Illustrations of Untranslatable Words

New to me, old to the internet, these illustrations of untranslatable words are an absolute delight. New Zealand based designer, Anja Iyer, found a series of words that don't have a direct English translation and illustrated them in simple, clever ways. READ MORE »

Before & After: This $20 Craigslist Cabinet Is Now Super Shoe Storage

Sage looked long and hard for the perfect piece for her entryway. It needed to fit the spot, and be deep and flexible enough to fit a variety of footwear. Most importantly, she didn't want the visual mess of open shelving. READ MORE...

The 10 Commandments of Furniture Placement

Here at Apartment Therapy, we've been banging on about furniture placement for years, and it seems we've got a lot to say on the topic. Between all the advice, visuals and case studies, there are some gems of information to be discovered. Read on for our top 10 tips for nailing your furniture layout, with links to our archives to expand on each one. READ MORE »

The National Parks Service Is Hiring (And Renting Two Historic Homes)

If your New Year's Resolutions include spending more time in our National Parks, then do we have dream jobs — and two dreamy home rental listings — for you. Plus, there's a way to enjoy your public lands for free this month. READ MO...

So, What's a Pre-War Apartment?

If you've ever searched for an apartment in New York City, you've probably heard the term "pre-war" before, but are you familiar with what it means? Pre-war apartments refer to buildings that were constructed before 1939 (AKA those that were built before World War II began). READ MORE »

Here's How Much Money Chip and Joanna Gaines are Actually Worth

If reality TV held a prom, Chip and Joanna Gaines would undoubtedly be crowned king and queen. Since the down-to-earth (and downright hilarious) couple exploded onto the scene with their HGTV series Fixer Upper, they've become household names — and those names are everywhere now. READ MORE »

Stream Golden Globe-Winning The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel This Weekend – Even if you Don't Have Amazon Prime

Amazon's new original series darling, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, just took home two Golden Globes, and this weekend, you can watch the accoladed series for free – with our without an Amazon Prime membership. READ MORE »

Before and After: A '70s Airstream Gets Saved from Shag Carpeting

Sheena and Jason's vintage Airstream is a soothing, lovely, bohemian dream on wheels. They travel the States in it with their beautiful dog Riley. Now the interior is all-white, with natural textures and bold patterns, but it sure didn't look that way when they bought it. READ MORE »

The Simple, One-Step-at-a-Time Way to Overhaul Your Kitchen — The January Cure — Assignment #9

It's finally the weekend! Whether you've been doing the Cure for a week or a decade, you know that weekends on the Cure are about two things: Treating yourself to flowers and taking the extra time to tackle a big (but necessary) job. So that's what we're doing. READ MORE »

Real People Put Real Food on their Dainty Plates

Last week Anthropologie was called out on Twitter for its overly twee styling of their dinnerware. The styling includes many examples of food placed near or around dishes instead of, you know, on the actual plate where it belongs. There...Show More Summary

The Best Wool Blankets — The Guide 2018

There's just something about cold weather that makes us want to snuggle up with a good book, a great cup of tea, and the best wool blanket money can buy. But because we don't all have limitless budgets, we've rounded up 13 of our favorites at a range of prices. Show More Summary

Peek Inside This Pastel Cafe Inspired by Wes Anderson

Just because color decorating trends are forecast to turn their backs on pastels in 2018 doesn't mean the soft-tinted hues will be short on admirers. They'll still receive plenty of love from those who prefer tones that whisper instead of shout, like the subtle colors that accent this Wes Anderson flick-inspired café in China. READ MORE »

People Remodel Kitchens for a Lot of Reasons, But Cooking Isn't One of Them

For all our obsession with cooking shows, Americans appear more likely to find inspiration for their new kitchen from a Container Store catalog than a celebrity chef or Bon Appetit. READ MORE »

10 Top Picks To Start Your Own Feminist Bookshelf

As the weather continues to drop, it's the perfect time of year to wind down, wrap yourself in a wool blanket, and curl up with a good book. And in case you're looking for a new page turner, might we suggest leaning into Merriam-Webster's official 2017 Word of the Year with some stellar feminist reading? READ MORE »

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