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23 Ways to Chill on National Relaxation Day

If you're feeling stressed, you're not alone. But today, August 15, happens to be National Relaxation Day, so there's no better time to take a moment to chill. We've rounded up some of our best tips for cultivating calm below. READ MORE »

Black Acrylic, Glass and Stone Form This Dark and Sophisticated Apartment Interior

Love the natural look, but crave the fine, polished aesthetic of an inner-city apartment? My, have we got an interior for you. This dark and dreamy interior combines rough rocks with polished wood, black slats and high-sheen acrylic, as designed by One Work and photographed by Hey!Cheese Photography. Watch TV against a rock face, looking […]

A Home That Was Stuck in the '70s Gets a Crisp Renovation — Professional Project

Project by: Kimberly Demmy of Kimberly Demmy Design Location: Santa Monica, California Kimberly Demmy created a space this is bright, hospitable and crisp. After a pretty major renovation to almost every part of her client's home, Kimberly...Show More Summary

A Brooklyn Apartment That's Home to Art-Loving LA Transplants — House Tour

Name: Abigail Hibbs and Henri Broyard Location: Crown Heights, Brooklyn Size: 800 square feet Years lived in: Rented 1.5 years Walking into Abigail and Henri's Crown Heights apartment, it's apparent they've got great style. Abbie isShow More Summary

A Globe Trotting Family Settles Down in a California Spanish Colonial — House Call

Name: Fernando, Roberta and their 1 year old son Location: Pasadena, California The basics: 1 year, owned — 2,200 square feet After time in Switzerland, the UK and Seattle, Fernando and Roberta found themselves in Pasadena hunting for a home. Show More Summary

10 Genius Ways to Squeeze Extra Storage Space Out of a Small Kitchen — Kitchn

(Image credit: Cup of Jo) From Kitchn ? 10 Brilliant Ways to Squeeze Extra Storage Space Out of a Small Kitchen READ MORE »

Pantone Announces Official Prince Color

Musical icon Prince Rogers Nelson was practically synonymous with purple. From his 1984 cult film Purple Rain and various song lyrics, to his wardrobe choices and decor at Paisley Park, the plum hue played a big part in his identity. Now, Prince's estate and the color authorities at Pantone have named a shade after the Purple One. READ MORE »

The Cities with the Highest Hidden Costs of Owning a Home

If you're looking into buying a home, your mind is probably focused on things like your down payment and monthly mortgage costs, but those aren't the only costs that come with owning a home—there are hidden costs you might not be thinking about, too. READ MORE »

Peek Inside This $875K Island Treehouse Near Seattle — House of the Day

Given the ever-increasing popularity of shows like Treehouse Masters, and Instagram accounts dedicated to all things Cabin Love and Rustic Houses, this aerial abode is a dreamy aesthetic treat. READ MORE »

Good News, Bulk Buying Brides: Costco Now Has a Wedding Registry

These High School Sweethearts Got Exactly What they Wanted (Image credit: Perpixel Photo) Have you ever wandered the massive aisles of your local warehouse store, wondering why you can't easily ask your friends and family to buy youShow More Summary

London Artist Creates Mandalas Using Electronic Parts

Past meets present with designs by Leonardo Ulians, a London-based artist who uses parts from electronic devices to create intricate and stunning mandalas. The pieces are soldered together and demonstrate the inner workings of the technological devices we use regularly in our daily lives. Creating mandalas is a meditative practice …

An Old-School Design Feature That's Making a Comeback

(Image credit: Amanda Lindroth) Whether you call it lattice, trelliage, trellage —or the more French treillage — the look of latticework layered over an interior wall has always been a favorite. Popularized by the fabulous Elsie de Wolfe...Show More Summary

10 Tiny Tables Perfect for the Smallest of Entryways — Annual Guide 2017

Even if your entryway is super-tiny — or you don't really have an entryway at all, and have to make do with a little spot by the door — it's nice to have a place to drop your keys, set down the mail, put things that you're planning on taking with you the next time you go out. Show More Summary

A "Danish Tropical" Loft in Downtown LA — House Tour

Name: Jennifer Puno and Daniel Chin Yee, and cat's name is Muad'Dib Location: Fashion District, Downtown Los Angeles Size: 1500 square feet Years lived in: 6 months, renting Puno and Daniel have only lived in this loft for six months, but they've been eyeing for it for years thanks to friends who used to live here. Show More Summary

This Simple Vase Hides a Sentimental Secret

(Image credit: Courtesy of Big Sky Urns) There's nothing pretty about the loss of a pet — at least there wasn't, until Big Sky Urns in Montana stepped in to make the process of grieving a little more cheerful with its handmade ceramic and wood flower vases, which double as a final resting place for your dog or cat once they've crossed over the Rainbow Bridge. READ MORE »

7 Modern DIY Message Boards to Get You Organized

(Image credit: François et Moi for homedit) There's nothing like seeing back to school supplies everywhere to make you realize, man, I miss having a reason to buy 64-count box of crayons. And, oh ya, it's probably time to get my life in order. With new modern DIY message boards, that first step to organization gets a little more fun. READ MORE »

It's About Time: After 3 Years of Beige, My Bland Rental Bathroom Gets a Refresh

I have lived on my own for the last six years, slowly but surely acquiring furniture, art and decor that I really liked, which of course means that along the way, there were empty corners (and rooms) waiting to be filled. Finally, though,...Show More Summary

How To Use Lighting To Make A Space Truly Beautiful: 4 Examples That Show How The Pros Do It

When you consider your interior design choices, you will most certainly think of color, furniture, and window treatments. But too many amateur home designers leave lighting as an afterthought. Lighting does more than let you read after dark or make sure you can see the beautiful meal you prepared, the right lighting design can truly […]

Before & After: Reviving a Rental Patio on a Limited Budget

Jennifer knew not to take her Brooklyn patio for granted, since outside space in New York is a beautiful rarity, and set out to make the most of it. She kept things budget friendly while warming up the space, creating a casual space perfect for outdoor cocktails. READ MORE »

7 All-Star Pieces of Home Decor That Hustle Hard

Who doesn't want more out of their furnishings? Flexibility is one of the key things I look for when purchasing a piece for my apartment, because I'm not going to be there forever. And I want items, especially pricier ones, to be able to take on new roles as my life and surroundings change. Show More Summary

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