All Blogs / Lifestyle / House & Home / Popular


Party Decorations You Can (and Will Want To!) Leave Up All Year

Pin it Sometimes you don't want the party to end. You spent time on the decorations and they look good dammit. Like really good. Like so good you don't want them to come down and get stowed away when you could be enjoying them year-round. We're talking sparkle, movement, and happy times. READ MORE »

The Brassier, the Better!

The beautiful, ancient alloy is a comeback kid. And we think the brass are going to like this! Brass is definitely worth eyeing for your home decor. Just wait until you see what we have in store. Award-winning Los Angeles-based studio Commune most recently snagged the 2015 Cooper Hewitt National Design Award for Interior Design. […]

This Video of a Guy Annoying His Girlfriend with IKEA Puns is the Besta

Pin it Depending on whether or not you think puns are the highest form of humor, here's a video of the very best, or the very worst, trip to IKEA. Aussie Simon Gilmore filmed himself regaling his girlfriend, Dana, with some pretty terrible puns based on the retailer's iconic product names. I'm not sure if the best part is the puns themselves — or Dana's reactions. READ MORE »

Clash or Complement: 4 Unexpected Signs That Moving In Together is a Good Idea

Claire & Luke's Soulful Logan Square Apartment Pin it Moving in together is always a gamble, but sometimes, the very things you think make you incompatible, are actually signs that you might be a perfect, complementary match. Don't worry so much about this stuff. READ MORE »

Ultra Tiny Home Design: 4 Interiors Under 40 Square Meters

There’s simple, small living. And then there’s this. The four homes featured here are not just small. They’re tiny. Each clocks in at less than 40 square meters (430 square feet) and yet manages to feel cozy and not even cramped. Of course, the reality of tiny house living might be a little different — […]

Are Bathtubs a Thing of the Past? — Good Questions

Pin it Q: In today's modern home is a bathtub still a necessity? I have a small bathroom and it would optimize space and offer a much more open design if the tub/shower combo was eliminated and replaced with a full-on shower stall. Unfortunately, there is no other full bath in the home. Show More Summary

A "Room by Room" Eichler Renovation — Makeover

Before Pin it Project by: Karen Location: Walnut Creek, CA We own a 1959 mid-century modern Eichler home, located in Walnut Creek, CA. For the past two years, my husband John and I have been slowly renovating and restoring our home ourselves, one room and space at a time. READ MORE »

New App Ghostruck Connects You With Professional Movers with Half-Empty Trucks — Design News

Pin it If you need your AC hauled up from the basement, hiring out the heavy lifting via a tasker app is just fine. But if you're moving, you might want a pro. Enter Ghostruck, the first app connecting you professional, insured movers by utilizing their empty or partially filled trucks. READ MORE »

Fact or Fiction: You Can Revive an Overripe Banana With a Hairdryer — The Kitchn

Pin it From The Kitchn ? Can You Really Revive an Overripe Banana with a Hair Dryer? READ MORE »

You Can Buy a Whole Spanish Village for $230K — NPR

This village isn't for sale. But ones like it are - and they're going cheap. Pin it Attention real estate investors: you could buy a parking spot in Manhattan for 450K, or, for a mere 230, you could buy an entire village in Spain. That's right: a whole village. READ MORE »

Relatively Modest Facade Unveiling Sumptuous Interiors: Bellino Drive Residence

Located in Pacific Palisades, California, Bellino Drive Residence by Mayes Office is an example of a contemporary home with a high dose of originality. The starting point for the project was the surrounding landscape, with ocean views...Show More Summary

DIY Project: How to 'Masters of Sex' up your kitchen with just a little paint and paper

In its third season, Showtime's "Masters of Sex" has taken a few critical lumps of the less-talk-more-sex-please stripe, but the show's period production design continues to seduce home decor fans.

Make Your Own Waterproof Matches

Use an old chunk of crayon to create a batch of waterproof matches for camping. Read more on MAKE The post Make Your Own Waterproof Matches appeared first on Make: DIY Projects, How-Tos, Electronics, Crafts and Ideas for Makers.

20 Homes With Curb Appeal and Gorgeous Details You Can Steal (PHOTOS)

Post by Stephanie Dennis. From the front walk to the front door, these 20 inspiring homes all have details drool-worthy enough to stop traffic in their neighborhoods. We've gathered homes from coast-to-coast, from big to small, and from classic to modern. Show More Summary

The Best Home Security System to Protect You and Your Home

There’s no doubt that we at Freshome love helping you enhance your home’s aesthetics. From eye-popping wall art to dynamite floor selections, we believe your home should make you proud. However, we also know that a home is more than just a collection of things. Show More Summary

Caitlin's Mid Century Minnesotan Dream Home — House Call

Pin it Name: Caitlin Location: Minneapolis, Minnesota My husband and I had been searching for a house to buy on and off for a little over a year. For so long our list of priorities/needs/wants didn't pan out until this house. My husband couldn't come to the open house so I called up my mom and she attended it with me. Show More Summary

5 New & Unusual Places to Hang a Picture Frame

Pin it Walls. How boring, right? I mean, everybody hangs their artwork on walls these days. You... you need something different. Whether you have more art than walls or just an adventurous style and spirit, here are a handful of surfaces around your home that you might not have thought to hang a frame on. READ MORE »

What Every Teen Should Know About Making Salad — The Kitchn

Pin it "How do you make that dressing?" I didn't give it much thought until my son asked. It seems simple — and it is — but it hadn't dawned on me to teach my kids to make a basic vinaigrette. Maybe because I never knew how until I met my French mother-in-law. From The Kitchn ? What Every Teenager Should Know About Making Salad READ MORE »

Find the Right Fridge: A Style Breakdown

Parallel Pulse's Live/Work Loft Pin it There are all kinds of ways that different households need to use their fridge and luckily, there are now lots of different styles to buy. Need help navigating the appliance aisle? We'll start with who you are and tell you which kind of fridge to consider. READ MORE »

Farida's Peach & Gold Nursery — My Room

Pin it Name: Farida (1) Location: Doha, Qatar I'm an interior designer so naturally I started designing my baby's nursery ever since I found out I was pregnant, I was researching ideas all day and trying to track down items that I had seen online and liked. READ MORE »

Copyright © 2015 Regator, LLC