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A Brief History of Breakfast — Kitchn

(Image credit: Kelli Foster) From Kitchn ? How Breakfast Has Changed READ MORE »

Tiny Tasks to Give Your Future a Boost — Fine Tuning

A little insight into the writing process: I wanted to kick this post off with a clever quote about baby steps or making sure you stay moving towards your goals, but I couldn't pick one quote because there are so many of them, in so many different languages. Show More Summary

I'm Doing Dry January and It's Giving Me a New Perspective on Alcohol — Real-Life Resolutions

Chris Phillips is one of six people tracking their resolutions with Apartment Therapy in real time. You can read his first installment here. Let's play a word game: If I say "gay" and ask you what word comes next, you'd probably sayShow More Summary

Design 101: The Best of Milo Baughman — Apartment Therapy Marketplace

The way I see it, there are two stages to getting into the world of design: learning names, then attaching them to specific works. It's one thing to be certain that someone named Florence Knoll designed something at some point, but would you be able to pick her work out of a lineup? Close that search bar, because Design 101 is in session. Show More Summary

Get the Look: Easy-going, Casual & Comfy — Shop the Style

Brooks and Matt's Nashville house features hard-to-get hardwood floors and bay windows, but is furnished in easy-to-find pieces from retailers such as IKEA, West Elm, World Market, and Urban Outfitters, making it super-simple to shop the style. READ MORE »

The Beautiful Home of Knitter Irene Hoofs, Founder of KOEL Magazine

Irene Hoofs, founder of Studio Bloesem and KOEL Magazine, describes her interior decor style as a minimalist, vintage-inspired, curation of goods. Her Amsterdam apartment, where she and her family regularly escape to from Singapore, is a century-old converted warehouse in the heart of the city's canal area. Show More Summary

How To Live Without a Dining Room: Advice & Ideas from 15 of Our Best Posts

Creating the look and feel of a dining area when you're short on space is tricky—and it's a big reason why those of us who live in small spaces feel like we can't entertain. But where there's a will there's a way! And the way involves a little space planning and a lot of research on tables. Show More Summary

A "Bohemian French" Victorian Cottage in Cape Town — House Tour

Name: Katia, Chad and their daughter, Milla Location: Observatory — Cape Town, South Africa Size: 1291 square feet Years lived in: 6 years, owned Katia, Chad and their daughter Milla live in a charming Victorian cottage in the heart of Observatory, Cape Town. Show More Summary

This Slow Motion Video of Popcorn Popping is Mesmerizing — Internet Interlude

Part of the fun of making popcorn is the anticipation of it all. Whether it's a microwave packet, on the stovetop, or (my current preferred method) an air popper, that first pop is exciting and surprising. This video captures that very moment in super slow motion. READ MORE »

A Cheat Sheet for Decoding Television Buying Jargon (When it All Means Nothing to You) — The Ultimate Guide to Buying a TV

Thanks to leaps in innovation, televisions with flat screens, curved screens, and super high resolution are getting more affordable by the day. Unfortunately, buying a TV is more complicated to navigate than ever, with all the acronyms,...Show More Summary

New Point of View: A Quick Powerful Room Reset Exercise — The January Cure Assignment #14

(Image credit: Alexis Buryk) Have you ever noticed how, when you see rooms from your home in photos, they often look (and feel) quite different to you? I believe that's because seeing your home in photos is a bit like seeing it through someone else's eyes. Show More Summary

A British Bathroom Makeover: An Old Victorian Gets a New, Bright Look — Makeover

(Image credit: Rochelle at Rhubarb & Wren) Project by: Rochelle Location: Wolverton, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, UK We moved into our Victorian terraced house a few weeks before the birth of our first child. We knew we would need...Show More Summary

How Make It Work When You Have No Room for a Home Office: A Round-Up of Ideas & Inspirations

Jessica's Super Small NoLita Apartment (Image credit: Nancy Mitchell) We know that it's not always easy to visualize the possibilities of adding more into a small home, so here are some of our favorite posts—from roundups to Maxwell's...Show More Summary

Bust Out Your Trapper Keepers, A Lisa Frank Movie Is Happening — Design News

Your middle school dreams have come true—the intensely rainbow universe of Lisa Frank will be coming to a theater near you. READ MORE »

The Simple Formula For Choosing the Right Size Art for Your Wall — Video from Apartment Therapy

So you want to make a statement with your art — something framed or even a wall hanging — but you don't know the right size for your space. Something too big will dwarf your furnishings, but something too small will get lost on the wall and not provide the impact you're going for. You're in luck: there's a simple formula to help you get it right every time. READ MORE »

40 Unique Desk Organizers & Pen Holders

Tired of a desk that always seems a scatter of pens? Need to charge your phone, without five cords? Have a number of notepads you’d like to converge? Tidy up your office space with our top forty desk organisers and pen holders. Clad in a variety of different materials, these units have nooks and crannies […]

A Fanciful, Fairytale First Birthday Party — Kitchn

From Kitchn ? Check Out This Fairytale-Inspired First Birthday Fête READ MORE »

A DIY Blogger's Best Tips for Adding Color When You Rent

Maggie is a writer — she covers interior design, antiques, shopping and travel. She's also a mom of two kiddos and a DIYer with serious skills when it comes to decorating rentals. She's had plenty of experience; her husband is active duty in the army, and they've moved a lot — 10 times in the last 15 years. Show More Summary

10 Small Changes that Will Ease You Into a Healthier Day — Fine Tuning

Getting fit and sloughing off unwanted habits isn't exactly a one stop shop—at least, not in my experience. Instead, I've learned improving your health is a lot more effective (and easier) when you're looking at the big picture and taking things one step at a time. Show More Summary

A Philly Apartment Full of Plants, Lights and Color — House Call

Name: Breanne Location: South Philadelphia, Pennsylvania I live on the first floor of a two home building in the South Philadelphia Pennsport neighborhood. The front and back rooms of my home get hit with nice light, but that disappears in the center as the ceilings drop. Show More Summary

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