Everyone knows the best Halloween house on the block. It's the one that looks stunning during the day, but terrifying in the dark. It's the one that no one wants to walk past in the evenings leading up to the 31st, but no one wants to miss on the big night.
One of the toughest rooms to renovate on a budget is the kitchen. Especially a small-ass kitchen. But here's a clever DIY storage solution that still looks Pinterest board-worthy without costing you an arm and a leg to make. Unless a freak drilling accident happens. Safety first!
Fall brings crisp weather, comfy sweaters, and lots of visiting friends and family. It's up to you to make their stay as pleasant as possible. We, here at Dot & Bo, have five clever tips for preparing your home before guests arrive.
Oe of the most annoying things about the fall is raking leaves. I mean, sure, you get to jump in the huge pile... but you still have to rake it up all over again. Instead of letting all that beautiful fall foliage go to waste, save a few (or all) of them for one of these cool crafts.
You need a paring knife. It's perfect for peeling the skin off a pear or potato, removing seeds from a pepper, deveining shrimp, or playing Picasso with a radish or other decorative garnishes.
We can't help but fall in love with that soft, rustic farmhouse look. Unfortunately, many of us simply do not have a farmhouse to head off to. Does this mean we can't experience the amazing sensation of getting cozy by a rustic fireplace? Of course not!
Small space design can be tricky, but not impossible. There are ways to make a petite space work well for you and look good at the same time!
Clamp books in place. We love this idea from This Old House and think it's a super chic (and simple) way to manage your book storage.
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Whether you forage or not, the trend of bringing nature and plants into the home is something you probably want to consider - and terrariums are a great way to do this.
The historic Soho building that houses the Décor Aid office has some great architectural details -- lofted ceilings, exposed pipes and polished hardwood floors, which made it the perfect blank canvas for our team of interior designers. Here are some of their tips on creating the perfect creative office space that feels more more home than work.
Have you ever looked at the home interiors inside glossy shelter magazines and wondered what secret stores those folks know about that you don't? Or why you never spotted that coffee table, console or sofa when you were on the hunt? It turns out, you're not alone.
Ready to get in the swing of fall? Check out these incredible porch setups and embrace the autumn air!
Luckily, there are plenty of affordable and easy ways to embrace the changing of the seasons and make your home feel festive without breaking the bank.
If you have found yourself in a similar situation to me -- you're a renter, you're constantly moving, or a combination of both -- I am here to tell you that there are positives! Here are my three reasons I now love renting and frequent moves.