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Here's What Your Daily Recommended Fruits and Vegetables Look Like — The Kitchn

From The Kitchn ? Here Are 10 Pictures of Your Daily Recommended Servings of Fruits & Vegetables READ MORE »

Source for Super Cool Plant Stand? — Good Questions

Q: I came across this picture and have not been able to find where this plant stand is from. Any information would be helpful! READ MORE »

Creative Rolling Flower Pots for Healthier, Happier Plants

Inspired by the movement of sunflowers, Studio BAG Disseny designed these rolling flower pots that provide more functionality than regular plant holders. According to the project developers, common pots are static, so ‘why not provide...Show More Summary

11 Artsy Ways to Display Family Photos

When it comes to family photos in home decor, there is a great divide between tastes. Some people hang too many photos while others avoid them completely. The good news? A middle ground does exist. If you struggle with how to balance sentimentality with good design, these photo display tips will help! Source: Kimberly Geneviève via Style Me Pretty

Captivating Two-Room Swedish Apartment Displaying A Highly Efficient Layout

Located in a beautiful Art Nouveau building in the center of Gothenburg, this captivating Swedish apartment (discovered by Freshome on Alvhem) is packed full with inspiring decorating ideas. Comprised of two rooms plus kitchen, the 57 square meter home also comes with plenty of attic space for storage. Show More Summary

Designer LED Bulbs Illuminate Your Space In High Style

Light bulbs more or less fade into the background when it comes to home decorating; they illuminate your designer light fixtures but they themselves are quite plain and boring. Japanese LED lighting site Only 1 revealed a line of textured and shaped light bulbs that are anything but boring. The line includes several unexpected shapes […]

The Cost of Raising a Child: One Mom Shares the Real Story

Post by Maressa Brown. Before even becoming a mom, one of the most common warnings you'll hear from other parents is how expensive it can be to raise children. As it turns out, they're right. Families who had a baby in 2013 can expect to spend on average $245,340 until the child is 18, according to the U.S. Show More Summary

Brilliant Rain Boots Roll Up Into a Tiny Portable Package

When you take rain boots – or wellintons, depending on where in the world you reside – with you, it has to be a very deliberate choice. They are big, bulky, and difficult to pack, so if you’re packing them to take on a trip, you’d better be absolutely sure it’s worth the trouble. Barcelona-based […]

At Design Weekend Sao Paulo, Kitchen Stuff Made from Everyday Objects — Design News

At Brazil's second-annual Design Weekend São Paulo, the MADE (Mercado+Arte+Design) pop-up featured a collection from Grupo (in)vasão. In it, they transform everyday objects into things for the kitchen: A typewriter becomes a dish rack, and drumsticks become a fruit bowl. READ MORE »

An Updated Classic: Pegboard in Kids Rooms

Once hidden in garages and pantries, pegboard is ready for prime time. And it's ready for your kids' rooms, too. It's inexpensive, highly customizable and adds both organization and a decorative element to a room. Here are some great ways parents have incorporated pegboard into nurseries and kids' rooms: READ MORE »

How to Make Perfect Boiled Eggs — The Kitchn

From The Kitchn ? How To Boil Eggs Perfectly Every Time READ MORE »

Do You Like It Big in the Bedroom?: Oversized Art

The bedroom is a great place to make an impact...with oversize art. Fewer windows and, often, a tendency to leave the walls blank is an opportunity to add a focal point with one big, grand piece of art. READ MORE »

Brooklyn Biennial Opens in September — Design News

Brooklyn's large community of artists will get their own biennial. The BRIC Arts Media House will begin with an exhibition devoted to artists based in and around its local neighborhood of Downtown Brooklyn. The inaugural biennial will run from September 20 to December 14. READ MORE »

Back to School Shopping Guide: 10 Kids Desks for Small Spaces — Apartment Therapy Annual Guide

If you were perusing our shopping guide for kids' desks and thinking "too big!", you've found yourself at the right place. Whether your whole home is small or just your child's room, here are some small-scale desks - some narrow, others shallow - that are big enough to do the job, without taking over the room. READ MORE »

8 Things You Should Never Have in Your Apartment After College

College dorms and apartments are rarely the place to cultivate your individual taste and design perspective. Instead, student living spaces are filled with the usual suspects, that, when seen later down the road, simply smack of that time in your life. Show More Summary

Be a Fashion Insider With the New POPSUGAR Fashion Week App

Fashion Week is just around the corner, and we have the app you need to download before it all starts - the POPSUGAR Fashion Week app. With our new app, you can get news and highlights from Fashion Weeks across the globe, receiving up-to-the-minute coverage from our editors and seeing the trends coming straight off the catwalk. Show More Summary

Cascading Staircase is Like an Indoor Frozen Waterfall

This cascading set of stairs in a Mumbai home is a perfectly executed example of architecture that mirrors nature. The wooden treads flow and curve to resemble a peaceful frozen waterfall. Designed by Mexican studio Arquitectura en Movimiento, the staircase is defined by continuous curved engineered walnut strips that connect the wall, the treads, and […]

Danielle and Austin's Remodel: Empty Pockets & Headaches — Renovation Diary

Having this roll up to your house is a little scary... Name: Danielle & Austin Type of Project: Kitchen & Garage Remodel Location: Austin, Texas Type of building: One story, Single-Family House, 1250 square feet The Renovation Diaries...Show More Summary

Talking To Your Neighbors May Save Your Life: Connections Between Community & Your Health — The Atlantic

I've done it, Carrie recently confessed to doing it, but now, a new study shows that avoiding your neighbors may actually be bad for your heart. Turns out, feeling socially connected to your community reduces the risk of a heart attack...a lot. READ MORE »

Benjamin Moore Launches Paint Collection Inspired by Fenway Park — Design News

Are you a diehard Red Sox fan? Now you can paint your home in the hues of Fenway Park. Benjamin Moore released the Fenway Collection, which includes colors like Green Monster, Boston Blue, and Foul Pole Yellow in exterior and interior finishes. READ MORE »

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