Mark & Gillian's Classic Kitsilano Home Pin it Want to create some magazine-worthy vignettes on some of your own surfaces? If you've tried a few combinations yet something seems off, remember this rule of thumb. READ MORE »
For years sculptor Lee JaeHyo lived with his wife, fellow sculptor Cha Jong Rae in solitude and relative poverty, in Yanpyeong, Korea. ‘We started off in a cow shed’, she said, in the video ‘‘Return to Nature in which Jaehyo shows us around his factory workshop on the original site. He forges […]
Pin it There's more unrest over at Condé Nast; it's rumored that the publisher will be shuttering their women's fitness magazine Self. READ MORE »
Post by Nicole Fabian-Weber. Choosing a spa is a little bit like choosing a mate. If your personalities, preferences, and styles don't mesh well, it can be a waste of time. But if they do, it's a beautiful, beautiful thing. Looking for a cut-above-the-rest spa you absolutely can't go wrong with? Look no further. Show More Summary
Pin it Name: "Baby Z" Location: Bedford, Massachusetts When we found out we were expecting a baby girl, we couldn't wait to get started on her nursery. We moved into our first home about 8 months ago and have been moving from room to room updating the decor. Show More Summary
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About an hour before the start of a spring storm, Dominique Salamone surveyed her three-quarter-acre Northridge yard and commenced an impromptu master class in suburban chicken raising.
As with most hobbies, livestock trends change. "Five years ago, potbellied pigs were a big fad," says Phil Carter, owner of Red Barn Feed & Saddlery in Tarzana. "People were paying $1,000 for them. But that craze is long gone."
The poor traditional Southern California lawn. Our flat green grass turfs have been beaten up and bullied with calls to replace them. But how many people know there are numerous drought-tolerant grass species well suited for the Southern California climate that still have the general look and feel...
If you can’t sleep and are starting to feel a tad… well, unstable, all it takes to get your sanity back is one therapy sesh, say researchers. When it comes to getting a good night’s sleep, sometimes it can feel like the entire universe is conspiring against you: As soon […] The post Can’t Sleep? Just One Therapy Session Could Help You Sleep Better appeared first on EcoSalon.
Pin it Heading to Belgium? Check out this steel maze, located at a former coal mill, in the town of Genk. READ MORE »
Post by Lee Allport. Does your little one love Jake and the Never Land Pirates? Do you remember dancing along with the penguins watching Mary Poppins? If so, you'll be glad to know your favorite TV and movie characters are waiting inside...Show More Summary
Abigail Ahern's Dark and Dramatic East London Home Pin it If coffee tables had a tagline, it would something like: “So much more than the place to put the remote." Think of coffee tables as a tiny little rotating gallery of sorts, and an opportunity to showcase a mini decorating moment that you can swap out when you get bored of looking at it. Show More Summary
Pin it Does your pot frequently runneth over? If you're part of the regularly-sets-off-the-smoke-alarm-while-cooking-dinner club, chance are your stove burners are in desperate need of attention. Whether it's your fault, or the previous tenants', the burners aren't going to clean themselves. READ MORE »
On an old farmstead in Garrison, New York, this awesome treehouse just begs to be played in. Though not technically a treehouse since it’s built on supports rather than trunks, it sits high above the ground keeping the nearby trees company. Created by Sharon Davis Design, the 350-square-foot treehouse has two levels: the main level […]
Emily's Small but Mighty Houston Home Pin it When you're feeling like the rooms of your home are design islands — lovely spaces by themselves but not necessarily connected to the architecture of your home or the entire home itself — you might want to try out this trick in the designer's toolbox. READ MORE »
Alex & Zack's Inspired Cole Valley Edwardian Pin it Our living rooms: the hearts of our home and for some, the most used room in the space. A lot of living goes into our living rooms. Just how livable is your space, when it comes down to it? There are five key ingredients to look out for — and incorporate — into your living space. Consider them today. READ MORE »
Surrounded by woodlands and an overall peaceful setting in Val-des-Monts, Quebec, Canada, this holiday retreat was built on a cliff edge, making the most of the views. According to Christopher Simmonds Architect, the residence “is gently...Show More Summary
Pin it Name: Javier Ferrer, Ana Lanfranco, Mina, and Fedra Location: Valencia, Spain Size: 1,600 square feet Years lived in: 13 years; Owned Javier and Ana are the entrepreneur powerhouse behind two of the trendiest cafés in Valencia and Simple, a charming downtown decoration store that specializes in vintage and artisanal products for the home. Show More Summary
Pin it We think of every one of our readers as an Apartment Therapist, and now we can make it official. Coming this September, our latest book, Complete + Happy Home is our biggest and best resource to date; a “textbook” to becoming your own Apartment Therapist. Show More Summary