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Before & After: Mobile Home Goes Mod

Pin it Kim's double wide mobile home was from 1991 and showing its age. Deciding to do a full renovation was a big decision (especially starting during the holidays!), but the results are spectacular. READ MORE »

A Brief History of the Swimming Pool

Pin it The swimming pool is one of those quintessentially American things: it conjures up images of Southern California, of suburban backyards, of lazy days spent by the pool drinking a cold beer. But how did the swimming pool come to be? Public pools can trace their origins to Roman baths of old, but private ones are a relatively recent invention. Show More Summary

5 Ways Busy (and Lazy) People Keep it Together at Home

Ashley & Bryan's Northern Comfort Pin it This is a golden age, my friends. In the history of the world, it's never been easier to be so gosh darn lazy. Technology startups are allowing us to automate everything, from how you save money to when you want to have fresh flowers delivered to your door. What a time to be alive! READ MORE »

Decor Tricks for a Big Visual Impact in a Small Apartment

Coffee with Carl in His Carriage House Pin it Have a small (or small-ish) apartment? Want to create a big visual impact without taking up a lot of room (or spending a lot of money)? These decor tricks will make a big statement without needing too much square footage. (And they'll actually look great in homes of any size!) READ MORE »

Don't Forget the Guest of Honor: How To Make Sure the Bride Enjoys Her Shower — Apartment Therapy Gatherings

Pin it If you're throwing a party for someone, hopefully your goal is that they have fun. While bridal showers can sometimes get tied up in what other people want, here's how to make sure the bride enjoys herself at her own party. READ MORE »

5 Objects You Can Repurpose to Organize Your Closet Beautifully

Pin it Think you need an expensive bespoke solution to organize your closet? Think again. These five household objects can pull double-duty and wrangle tough-to-store jewelry and purses (at least while you save up for that Kardashian-style closet of your dreams). READ MORE »

Take a Tour of Frida Kahlo's "Casa Azul" — Architectural Digest

Pin it As someone who writes about home for a living, I think a lot about how we shape the places where we live — and the ways in which our homes shape us. Each home tells a little story about the people who live there, offers a little glimpse into their daily lives and, though that, into something deeper. Show More Summary

Skysphere: The Ultimate Solar Powered Android Controlled Man Cave

Man or woman, there are plenty of reasons to want to escape the rigors of everyday life and retreat to your own private space. Instead of setting up in the basement or garage, New Zealand graphic designer and engineer Jono Williams decided to build his man cave in the sky. His “Skysphere” room stands in […]

Uniqlo Announces Disney Licensing Deal for Clothing & Toys — Design News

Pin it Uniqlo and Walt Disney Co. announced a partnership today where they'll jointly design a range of Disney-themed clothing and other products for sale at Uniqlo stores. READ MORE »

How To Give Furniture a Distressed Painted Finish — Apartment Therapy Tutorials

Pin it Distressing is an easy way to add character and depth to furniture both new and old. The process is simple but can take a fair amount time, depending on the complexity of your piece of furniture and the amount of distressing you actually want to achieve. READ MORE »

Become Your Own Apartment Therapist: The Admissions Process

Pin it In case you missed it, we just announced the release of our biggest and best book ever, Complete + Happy Home. It's an exclusive, comprehensive guide to decorating and living well at home, so we're calling it the official "textbook" of Apartment Therapists. We just have one question: Do you have what it takes? READ MORE »

Double These Grilled Recipes to Top Your Salads — The Kitchn

Pin it From The Kitchn ? 15 Grilling Recipes to Double for Tomorrow's Salad READ MORE »

Architects Reinterpret Arne Jacobsen's Series 7 Chair — Design News

Pin it To celebrate the 60th anniversary of Arne Jacobsen's Series 7 chair, Fritz Hansen asked seven architects to reimagine the classic. READ MORE »

Here's What We Think the Facebook Baby's Nursery Should Look Like

Pin it Mark Zuckerberg, founder of Facebook, announced on Friday (on Facebook, naturally) that he and his wife, Dr. Priscilla Chan, are expecting a baby girl. We first want to offer a hearty congrats to the happy couple, then maybe just a few suggestions on what the baby billionaire's nursery might look like. READ MORE »

Home Horoscope: Happy Birthday Leo, Here's What Your Home Has in Store This Year

Casey's Grown Up Playhouse Pin it Regal leos are warm, honest and love to be in love. So what do the stars say about your life at home in the coming year? Get your horoscope right here. READ MORE »

Everything Old is New Again: 5 'New' Trends that Aren't Really New at All

Pin it It's fascinating to watch trends cycle in and out — and also fascinating to spot, while looking through images of interiors from the past, something that looks very, very familiar. A lot of the trends that we think of as 'new'...Show More Summary

Mario's "Karen Blixen Meets Charles Darwin" Apartment — House Call

Pin it Name: Mario Location: San Francisco My name is Mario Herrada and I am a Landscape Designer living in San Francisco since 1997. I share the 350 sq.ft. studio with my tropical fish and one canary named "Toby". READ MORE »

Original Design Creatively Manipulating Light and Scale: RP House in Chile

Overlooking Lake Vichuquén, in Maule Region, Chile, RP House by CMA Arquitectos was developed longitudinally, in order to capture various perspectives of the landscape. According to the architects, its main volume is defined as a large pavilion, “a body that rests quietly on the territory, mimicking the slope and vegetation. Show More Summary

Dual Design In Spain Inspired By Japanese Culture: Nozomi Sushi Bar

Spreading over 233 square meters, the surprising Nozomi Sushi Bar in Valencia, Spain, was imagined by Spanish creative consultancy Masquespacio as a place where tradition and modernity clash in a fusion of colors, patterns, shapes and...Show More Summary

10 Things You Can Do with a Wood Cutting Board Outside of the Kitchen

Pin it Lets get real here: Anything you can do with a small piece of wood, you can do with a wooden cutting board. It's a pretty versatile thing in the realm of re-purposing. In case you need a little jump start on some ideas, here are 10 examples and projects to inspire you. READ MORE »

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