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Vote Now: Today's Small Cool Entries — Monday, May 4, 2015

Amanda's Scandinavian Neutrals Check out today's new Small Cool Contest entries and be sure to add a "favorite" vote to any and all that you'd like to help send on to the next round. Remember, you can vote once each for as many entries...Show More Summary

Dyana's Complex Simplicity — Small Cool

Like this entry? Favorite it below! Name: Dyana Savina Location: Jakarta Barat Indonesia Square Feet: 246 Division: International What I Love About My Small Home: What I love about my small home is its complex simplicity. a complex detailed design, maximum usage of space to make the user's (aka. Show More Summary

Facebook Opens Internet.org to All Developers — Design News

Facebook's free internet initiative for developing countries, Internet.org, announced today that it's expanding its reach by opening the platform to all developers. Facebook launched the project last year with a select group of partners, including BBC and Wikipedia, in 14 countries. Show More Summary

12 Adult Coloring Books: Relax, Unwind & Rediscover this Favorite Childhood Activity

The New York Times treads a fine line of documenting a trend and creating one, but since their article about the rising popularity of adult coloring books last month several friends have mentioned to me that they have hopped on the coloring band wagon and find it a fun, relaxing way to unwind. Show More Summary

Robyn's Small Cottage — Small Cool

Like this entry? Favorite it below! Name: Robyn Location: Alhambra, CA Square Feet: 427 Division: Tiny What I Love About My Small Home: My home, which is a small cottage, gets great light which makes it feel much larger than it is. It’s...Show More Summary

Mini Size, Max Style: Mid-Century Architecture-Inspired Shelves

12 hours agoLifestyle / House & Home : Dornob

A whimsical set of wall shelves was inspired by the iconic architecture of mid-century modern Palm Springs homes.

New Project: 1+2+3 Clothes Folding Board

Folding clothes is a boring and laborious chore. So speed up the process by making a folding board out of cardboard and duct tape. Read more on MAKE The post 1+2+3 Clothes Folding Board appeared first on Make:.

The New Bohemians from Justina Blakeney — Book Review

I'm always excited when something from the digital world joins us in 3 dimensions. Not long ago, designer Justina Blakeney’s “jungalow" style swept the internet with an explosion of creativity, color, and lots (and lots) of plant life. Show More Summary

How Interior Designers Can Increase Their Incomes

This is not some “How to Get Rich Quick” article, rather more of a scientific article that looks inside the creative mind of an interior designer, looking into the way they think and why those very thoughts are blocking them from maximizing their potential and their income. Show More Summary

Before & After: An Industrial Kitchen Created with IKEA Cabinets

You know when something doesn't quite fit. For Violaine and Gaëtan, the style of their country kitchen just wasn't a reflection of their preferred industrial style. A Belgian architect now living in Montreal, Gaëtan designed the new kitchen himself in his spare time. Show More Summary

May the Force Be In Your Room: 20 Star Wars Nurseries & Kids' Bedrooms

See more: Soren's Star Wars Nursery on Maiedae I live with a Jedi-in-training. And I hope he never sees this post or he'll want a Star Wars bedroom quicker than you can say Grand Moff Tarkin. Decidedly, unapologetically geeky, these twenty rooms celebrate Star Wars through and through. READ MORE »

This Grill Cooks with Solar Heat — Design News

Currently hitting impressive funding goals on Kickstarter, the GoSun Grill is a fuel-free portable solar cooker. Using a thermal battery, GoSun can be used at night to bake, roast, steam and boil anything. READ MORE »

Classy Studios with Subtle, Stylish Accents

Creating a stylish studio is never a simple task. When nearly everything is out in the open, the challenge is to find comfort and privacy without the traditional options of walls and doors. The studios featured here have managed to do just that. Each is sophisticated and certainly stylish but in a subtle way that […]

Brian's Compact Chelsea Charmer — Small Cool

Like this entry? Favorite it below! Name: Brian Location: New York, NY Square Feet: 225 Division: Teeny-Tiny What I Love About My Small Home: It's very easy to take of, I can clean it top to bottom in a couple of hours. Also, I like seeing all of my stuff at the same time, but you have to really love everything you display. Show More Summary

Maggie & Ed's Renovation: "The Music Room Finally Feels Like A Room" — Renovation Diary

Ed and Buster imagining what it will be like to sit at the counter Name: Ed and Maggie Williams (of MVW Architect) Type of Project: Kitchen/dining/music room renovation Location: Freret, New Orleans, LA Type of building: Craftsman-style...Show More Summary

Amanda's Scandinavian Neutrals — Small Cool

Like this entry? Favorite it below! Name: Amanda Location: Chicago, IL Square Feet: 525 Division: Tiny What I Love About My Small Home: My apartment can best be described as mid century modern meets Scandinavian, with vintage eclectic details. Show More Summary

A Kitchn Editor's Strategy for a Clean House That Lasts

Usually, when someone hears I work at Apartment Therapy, the very next words out of their mouth is, "I have a post idea for you!" And nine times out of ten it's about chicken coops (I can't explain it, I guess people love chickens. Note to self, CHICKENS). Show More Summary

Entry Reinvented: 7 Fascinating Functional Door Designs

17 hours agoLifestyle / House & Home : Dornob

These seven innovative doors from Japanese designers Nendo bring heaps of personality right to your door.

Letting the Outdoors In: An Upcoming Trend Prediction

Trends come and trends go, and it's always entertaining to try to see what emerges as the dust of that which was previously in vogue settles. We've seen a lot of industrial, MCM, and new bohemian looks in the last few years, so what's new on the horizon? Based on what I've been seeing lately, I think it may be time to let the sunshine in…. READ MORE »

SPONSORED POST: 3 Time-Saving Kitchen Hacks You Need to Know — simplehuman

Let's be honest: we could all use a little help in the kitchen, especially if it means saving time. With all the joy that the kitchen brings, it seems that we're spending more time cleaning, organizing, and searching, than we are nomming. We should all change that. Here are 3 of our favorite time-saving kitchen tricks of the trade. READ MORE »

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