Buying a sofa is a big deal. There are so many factors to consider: size, style, how much room you have, price... And because they're so big and cent...
An Industrial Chic interior doesn't require steel columns, exposed beams or brick to work. Any space can take on the Industrial Chic look with the right combination of lighting, furniture, and home décor.
It's amazing what DIYers can do with a bit of paint. These inspirational furniture makeovers will have you out looking for cheap finds at flea markets and yard sales all weekend long!
Nearly two-thirds of boomers plan to stay in their homes after their baby chick flies off to Wilderness University. Whether you're feeling bummed or jumping up for joy, take comfort in knowing that you have an extra room in your home to do WHATEVER YOU WANT!
Yes, Warby Parker is officially a verb. After musing through endless entrepreneurial ideas during my MBA education, the success of Warby Parker (started by a group of Wharton MBAs) became an inspiration for wanna-be millennial entrepreneurs with limited tech expertise.
It may be tough to see the value in a junkyard full of old wooden shipping pallets, but it turns out they're basically furniture factories in disguise. Save yourself some money and consider upcycling them by trying out one of these surprisingly simple projects.
Ah, Amazon. The online retailer we all know and love, famous for tricking us into spending extra money without even knowing it, particularly around midnight and after a couple glasses of wine (why yes Amazon, I think I DO need 1500 live ladybugs.)
In 2009, the EPA reported that 9.9 million tons of household waste was made up of discarded furniture, a number that has only grown in the past 6 years. But what most people see as trash, these 9 DIYers see as raw material
At 20 years old, I bought my first piece of furniture. I used my rent money to buy a beautiful antique armoire. I fell in love with the graceful, de...
Whether you just want to refresh an old clunker or you've scored a killer flea-market find that needs refinishing, paint is a great way to wake up any piece of furniture. Here are three popular projects from our little sister site, TheSnug.com, that will inspire YOUR next project!
People are loving the idea of using reclaimed pallet wood to build and create all kinds of things. Why? More often than not, you can score the things for free.
Vancouver newlyweds Han and Laura Lee started noticing a pungent smell after they had a new bed set delivered to their home. They suffered itchy eyes, a sore throat and headaches. Subsequently, Laura had a miscarriage.
It's easy to bite off way more than you can chew when you're overhauling your home. It's even easier to spend way more than you intended. The truth is, though, that you don't have to spend much at all to make a big difference. $50 can go a long way--here's proof.
This little side table is super easy and super cheap to make with stock lumber and a bag of concrete. Jamison, the Rogue Engineer, has broken it down for you and provided a free plan. You'll be setting drinks on your new table by the end of the weekend.
Former fashion designer turned interior designer, Brett Beldock is one of those women you want to be friends with or be mentored by.
We've rounded up five otherwise normal-looking pieces of furniture sporting secret storage compartments, just in time for all that spring cleaning you're totally going to maybe do just a little of.