This recipe has been developed exclusively for Tay Tea by pastry chef Lizabelle Burke. Master tea blender Nini Ordoubadi's loose-leaf teas are a m...
Have you already heard your first Christmas carol? Or, seen your first box of Christmas cards in your local Papyrus? Brace yourself; it's that Tim Burton time of year again. Let the holiday nightmares begin!
Whether it be a set of vintage cameras or early 20th century spectacles, building a collection of like objects is an easy way to create a cohesive (but still very interesting) display.
Although it's true that beauty is in the eye of the beholder, we cannot deny that there are certain art pieces, objects, places, buildings and cities that we might consider beautiful over some others that we might think are the opposite, yet interesting, quirky, thought-provoking or fun.
One of my favorite home decor trends this fall is geometric patterns. From lighting to accessories to furniture, it's everywhere -- and with good reason. Geometric patterns are a sophisticated way to add visual interest to a space without being over-the-top
Etsy. You know it. You love it. You have five wooden feather necklaces to prove it. But aside from all the home-brewed soaps and ethically sourced knit arm warmers, did you know that Etsy is also a great place to find inexpensive knock-offs of high-design home goods?
It's finally autumn! Seasonalize is a word you won't find in the dictionary, but decorators use it a lot. It means to bring your indoor environment in synch with the outdoor environment to reflect the season outdoors within your home.
Iconic, sensuous, delicate, punk -- Pink is a chameleon. It can be pretty and refined or rebellious and tough, all based on its environment and beholder.
I'm out of walls in my apartment, and if that makes me a hoarder, then I am one. But I have to constantly rotate my collection and move pieces around along with my décor and furniture for the art to harmonize with my house.
The decorator Amanda Nisbet entitled her first book Dazzling Design. She couldn't have found a more apt title because her brand of decorating is just that -- dazzling. Amanda Nisbet talks about being loved, empowering women and horoscopes.
With the idea of being independent, strong and competitive in a world where external factors seem to always be getting us excited about the next big thing, a lot of accomplished people have forgotten about their homes.
Getting creative with pumpkins is both fun and a great way to practice mindfulness... and you just may end up with some unique gifts and seasonal décor that will transform your home into a fall oasis.
Whether music is a hobby or you're house hunting for Dr. Dre, an in-home recording studio is an awesome feature for a home to have We scoured Estately's real estate listings across America to find these homes for sale that come with a recording studio.
Your potential buyer doesn't want to feel or see you in the house. No family pictures, tastes or piles of stuff. A buyer wants to be able to envision living in that house. Think: It's not your house anymore. It's a house that will soon be their house. So get the YOU out of your house.
Ever since starting L'Objet in 2004, Elad Yifrach has been making luxurious and envy-inducing tabletop and home accessories that have -- and continue to -- graced many stylish homes all over the world.
I love getting flowers... and I always wonder what to do with the assortment of small clear vases I have being accumulating over the years.