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What the FRAKTA? Balenciaga Is Trolling Us With this $2,000 IKEA Bag

(Image credit: Barneys) I love me a FRAKTA bag, I truly do. But one thing nobody needs is a leather version with a $2K price tag. Yet, here we are, thanks to Balenciaga. READ MORE »

This Dusty Area is Out of Sight, But Not Out of Mind Anymore — Spring Cleaning in 20 Minutes a Day

Congratulations to everyone! We're officially halfway through our 2017 spring cleaning mission. Ten days down, ten more to go... and to celebrate, today's task should be a simple one. In fact, the hardest part is just going to be toting a stepstool around your apartment for a little while. READ MORE »

A Pretty in Pink English Home With "Palm Springs Vibes" — House Call

Name: Kate & Joff Reid Location: Southsea, England The basics: 2 years, Rented | 580 square feet Kate and Joff's Southsea home is cute but not precious, curated but not staged, pink but not aggressively pink. Basically, they've mastered the art of balancing personality, fun and design all in one adorable space. READ MORE »

Here's Everything That's Coming to Netflix in May — Stream Team

It's still April, but we're already excited for what's coming to Netflix in May. The streaming service has released its master list of what will be new next month, and there's some old favorites and new series we can't wait to check out. READ MORE »

Which Costs More? Mid-Century Ranch vs. Bauhaus Fixer Upper

(Image credit: Tara Bellucci) Think you're real estate savvy? We put your market knowledge to the test with Which Costs More, a column where we pit two listings against each other, and you guess which one comes with the heftier price tag. Today, we have two gorgeous homes in strong mid-century architectural styles, from different Southern cities. Show More Summary

The Basics Everyone Should Know How to Do (Including You)

Tour: Adored Vintage Showroom in Long Beach (Image credit: Bethany Nauert) Even though we don't always learn all of the basics while growing up, there are some things that everyone is just expected to know once we've hit adulthood. Until it was time to move out of my last apartment, I had no idea how to spackle a wall, for example. Show More Summary

Italian Design Preview with DDN Magazine Milan

Hi everyone, it’s me Holly and I’m back from an exciting visit to Milan, Portofino and Genoa – and… The post Italian Design Preview with DDN Magazine Milan appeared first on decor8.

Please DO Touch: Velvet Furniture for Every Budget — Apartment Therapy Marketplace

For those keeping their finger on the pulse, texture has been considered a major interior design trend for 2017. It's not hard to see why: even the most bare-bones minimalist needs to bring in some variety to keep their home feeling lived-in. Show More Summary

Do You Sing at Home?

This is how the fantasy went: I'm singing in a forest. Think Snow White, Sleeping Beauty, woodland-creature vibe. Doesn't matter the song, but since this would be the early '90s, it's likely a Mariah Carey or Disney ballad. A stranger hears my voice and is utterly entranced by the sound. Show More Summary

Worth a Look: 6 Perks & Benefits Your Health Plan May Cover

You probably only think to take out your health insurance card when you're sick. Surprisingly, though, your plan is there for more than illnesses and checkups. READ MORE »

A Tiny Rooftop Studio Apartment in the West Village — House Tour

Name: Lee Lenox Location: West Village, New York City Size: 350 square feet Years lived in: 3 years; renting After living in Los Angeles for nine years, Lee sought to recreate a West Coast vibe in what he refers to as his East Coast "Diamond in the Sky." And what a diamond it is. Show More Summary

IKEA Is Hiring Refugees Starting This Summer

In addition to bringing furniture and housewares to the masses, IKEA is on a mission to create jobs around the world. The popular Swedish furniture company has ambitious plans to expand the workforce in Jordan, beginning with the opening of production centers in the country's refugee camps this summer. READ MORE »

Reinvent Your Rental: DIY Ideas to Revive Rental Bathrooms

If you want to add personality to your rental bathroom—without drilling into the walls or painting over tile—the easiest solution is to craft projects that reflect your individual style. When these eye-catching DIYs also happen to double...Show More Summary

Bring Back the Stone Age: How To Take the Marble Trend to the Next Level

One of the hottest new trends in the world of wallcoverings is marble-print wallpaper. These swirly, fantastical papers range from more abstract, marbleized patterns to ones that are almost indistinguishable from actual stone. Whichever...Show More Summary

Before & After: Good Golly This Galley Got Gorgeous

Erika's kitchen was dark, drab and crowded. Even though she couldn't make any major changes to the layout, she was able to give the kitchen a bright and stylish new look that created the sense of oodles more space. READ MORE »

4 Bright Studio Apartments With Creative Bedroom Placement

Deciding how to handle the sleeping situation is one of the most challenging aspects of designing a studio apartment, requiring a lot of forethought to match the lifestyle preferences of the resident while working around any architectural or floor plan obstacles that can limit the available options. And that’s even before taking decor into consideration! […]

The (Totally Doable) European Secret to Beautiful Rooms

(Image credit: Raji RM & Associates) When you think about renovating, you think first about the big things: converting an attic, adding new floors, re-doing a kitchen or bathroom. But sometimes it's the little things that have the biggest impact. Show More Summary

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