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Finally! IKEA Launches a Gift Registry

Great news, people who want to alert others of presents they'd like to receive: IKEA just announced that their new gift registry launched today. READ MORE »

A 20-Something Fills Her DC Apartment With Craigslist Finds — House Call

Name: Sarah Location: Georgetown — Washington, D.C. This is the third apartment I've lived in post-grad. I love living alone—it allows me to truly highlight my style (plus, I'm a bit of a neat freak!). I currently live in a one-bedroom apartment in the heart of Georgetown. Show More Summary

What Does Your Home State Smell Like? Scented Candles by State

Our sense of smell is the one most strongly tied to memory. So it's no wonder that this company that makes candles that smell like different states is growing in popularity amongst those who are far away from home. READ MORE »

10 Little Habits to Help You Have a Better Morning Tomorrow — Kitchn

(Image credit: Elissa Crowe) From Kitchn ? 10 Little Habits to Help You Have a Better Morning READ MORE »

Just Do It: Start a "No Pressure" Book Club (& See Your Friends More)

Book clubs are great because they make you read more and hold you accountable for doing so (no one wants to show up to a book club meeting when they haven't actually read the book up for discussion) and they also give you an excuse to see friends more often (and for something meaningful, too). Show More Summary

Clever Hacks Using Inexpensive IKEA Rugs

Whether you're partial to the sturdy sisal OLSTED or the cozy RENS sheepskin, IKEA rugs are ideal for projects that call for a hardworking textile. Designed to survive a daily parade of dirty shoes, it's no wonder these rugs can be stitched, glued and stapled into ultra-durable bags, benches and pillows. Show More Summary

Designer Verner Panton's Home is Every Bit as Wild as You'd Expect

(Image credit: Decor Aid) We celebrate Valentine's Day a little differently around here. You see, the day of love, to us, is a chance to profess our adoration of furniture, designers, and basically anything that goes in the home. SoShow More Summary

Monday on Marketplace: 5 Unique Listings Under $300 — Apartment Therapy Marketplace

You don't have to drop thousands of dollars when shopping for one-of-a-kind vintage finds. These mid-century and industrial retro finds are all available for under $300 a piece. Head to the Apartment Therapy Marketplace for a glimpse of all the goodies you can get on a budget. READ MORE »

10 Things You Should Eliminate from Your Kitchen Today — Kitchn

(Image credit: Bethany Nauert) From Kitchn ? 10 Things to Eliminate from Your Kitchen Right Now READ MORE »

Our Style Valentines: The Instagram Accounts We're Totally Crushing On

An Instagram photo by @dabito Have you ever browsed the Instagram Explore page to find cool accounts to follow, only to fall totally head over heels for one? Some Instagrammers—be they bloggers or brands—are just so good you can't help but double tap on every single beautiful, creative photo they post. Show More Summary

A Graphic, Geometric 500 Square Foot London Rental Flat — House Tour

Name: Rhonda Drakeford Location: Hackney, East London Size: 500 square feet Years lived in: Rented for 1 year Living in a rental flat can be very limiting. You usually have to live with pretty bland walls and remodeling isn't really an option...unless you want to spend a lot of money upgrading someone else's house. Show More Summary

Hulu is Now Streaming All 7 Seasons of 'Golden Girls'

Cancel your plans and invite your besties over for some cheesecake: as of today, Hulu has all 180 episodes of "The Golden Girls" available to stream. READ MORE »

Surefire Ways to Kill a Houseplant in 10 Days or Less

Plants are fickle. They're hot, they're cold, then they're dying of thirst, and now they're drowning. And they never communicate their needs clearly—they just expect you to guess. To decode all the finicky things your plant is trying to tell you, but can't seem to find the words, we've decoded their top ten complaints. Time to air grievances. READ MORE »

IKEA for Grownups: 5 Next-Level Scandinavian Shops

Although we would never want to put an age limit on shopping at everyone's favorite Swedish superstore, a new study by the lending company Earnest found that IKEA's popularity tends to drop off at around age 34. While definitely notShow More Summary

Before & After: A Patchy Backyard Goes Gorgeously Grass-Free

(Image credit: Lily Glass) When Molly moved to her new home she knew her back yard was full of potential, but would require a lot of work. After tearing things up, moving things out and putting in new roots, her backyard is a funky and welcoming oasis. READ MORE »

Apartment Therapy Tested & Approved: The Most Comfortable Sofas at Room & Board — The Apartment Therapy Sofa Squad

With well over 48 sofas (not counting custom pieces, sectionals and all size options) in their catalog of products, Room & Board has a dizzying assortment of furniture. When we visited their Manhattan showroom in Chelsea, we were honestly taken aback by the vastness of the store, not even knowing where to start our tests. Show More Summary

12 of Our Favorite Rattan & Wicker Chairs Sure to Bring a Casual Cool Vibe to Your Living Room — Annual Guide 2017

In keeping with the funky, '70s bohemian vibe that's been infiltrating home decor lately, wicker (and rattan) furniture is on its way back (actually, it's fully arrived). But this isn't your Grandma's wicker; these pieces exude casual cool, simultaneously textured and streamlined. Show More Summary

28 Unique Wall Key Holders

Everyone knows that last minute panic to find your keys. Well search no more. We have assembled cast of 28 key holders that are not only functional, the right key holder can add to your décor. There’s something for animal a music lovers, and key holders for those wanting to add a little pop of […]

Why I Eat the Same Thing for Lunch Every Day — Kitchn

(Image credit: Karla Conrad) From Kitchn ? Why I Eat the Same Thing for Lunch Every Day READ MORE »

First-Time Home Buyers On: The Scariest (& Most Surprising) Parts of the Process — Real Life Advice

Anybody else terrified of the prospect of buying and owning their own home? (Or is it just me?) If it's not just me, you might find some comfort in facing fears. Specifically, the things that scared Tiffany and Alan Goldstein, first-time home buyers, when they went through the buying process. Show More Summary

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