Mold (or mould, as Canadians and UK folks spell it) loves to lurk in various nooks around the house. From shower curtains and walls to shoes and coats, all different kinds of mold can spring up at any time, even in winter! In fact, winter is a great time for
Peter Cohen, Manuel Flores, and Hiroyuki Furumoto have built an indoor playland for their 15 rescue cats which is unlike anything you've ever seen. The playland consists of dozens of platforms, tunnels, nooks, spiraling ramps, and holes that look like...
May 4, 1944. "Jesse Oser residence in Elkins Park, Pennsylvania. Living room to desk. Louis I. Kahn, architect." Gottscho-Schleisner photo. View full size.
How this blogger created a cute reading nook - House Beautiful This millionaire bachelor pad is absolutely amazing - Curbed The top 10 coziest cities in America - HuffPost Home Keep work surfaces clutter-free with this stylish solution...Show More Summary
On Wednesday, as Mitt Romney potentially prepared for another run at the Republican nomination for president, his aides were out roaming the nooks and crannies, trying to drum up support. And in an interview with the Boston Globe, one...Show More Summary
This is the first preview for Dying Light I've seen in a good while that's actually got me curious. Games like this live and die by their worlds, after all. So if there are enough interesting nooks and crannies in Dying Light's city, it'd sure liven up all the zombie-killing within. Read more...
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If your attic collects more dust than compliments, this stylish makeover story will inspire you to make a change. Shannon Wollack and Brittany Zwickl of Los Angeles-based design firm LIFE.STYLE transformed their client's attic into a polished place to host their grandchildren. Show More Summary
Renovation by: Courtney and Brent Location: Houston, Texas When we moved into our house there was one thing about our living room that bugged us. It was the inset in the wall next to the fireplace. It was intended for the TV but we knew how we wanted the room to “flow” and found it awkward to have the TV off center and next to the fireplace. Show More Summary
We can all agree — too many closets is a good problem to have. Tanya decided to trade the closed storage for more square footage in her home office. See how she transformed it after the jump: READ MORE »
The company wanted to split its digital and book lines into two companies, but who'll buy into the flailing Nook business?
It appears that there were not many Nooks under Christmas trees this year. Barnes & Noble's beleaguered line of Nook tablets and e-readers had a terrible fourth quarter. On Thursday, the company…
Barnes & Noble’s retail business, which include in-store and online sales, reported $1.1 billion in holiday sales which includes receipts for the nine-week holiday period ending January 3, 2015. Excluding the NOOK business, this represents...Show More Summary
In this clever strategy, a cozy sleeping nook is built into a wall of storage cabinets, combining functions and saving space.
This back-to-school season, we want just one thing: a vintage card catalog. Our Kindles may keep us far away from the library these days, but the nostalgia of searching through actual "nooks" using the Dewey decimal system is hard to forget. Show More Summary
I get the sense that we have some avid readers here on Apartment Therapy. The discarding, collection, and hoarding of books are always contentious topics, and many of our house tours feature cozy areas designed for reading. So if you're a reader, where do you do most of your reading? READ MORE »
I don't know about you, but my kids' bedrooms always seem to get overtaken by new toys, clothes, and books after the holidays are over. And if your house is anything like mine (read: tiny), you're probably fresh out of nooks and crannies to stash them in. Show More Summary