Take a look at your desk and remove everything that you don't use everyday and keep your knickknacks to a minimum -- just a cluster of flowers, a special object, and a few beautiful desk accessories are all you need.
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.
Check out our list of the year's top trends -- the ones that are not headed for the land of carpeted walls.
Last week, someone kind of blew my mind. We were discussing simple, low-care options for a weekend home, and sudden he paused. "Soo can you just, you know, plant only grasses? Like, that's it?" What a great question.
Staying put this summer? Even if you're not taking a luxurious cruise, vacationing in Greece, or spending a month at your beach house, you can get the full vaca experience right at home. All you need are a few DIY updates to turn your house into an oasis of relaxation and bliss!
Knowing a reliable custom framer in your town is essential if you love to hang art. But that sinking feeling when you see the price tag at pickup is almost inevitable. If it leaves you wondering if there's a less expensive way, the good news is that there is!
Hanging out in a backyard haven is a wonderful way to savor warm weather. But what about those less-than-pleasant aspects of outdoor time, like bugs, rain and blazing-hot sun? Here are 10 tips to help make the time you spend in your outdoor rooms more comfortable.
It's a known fact that buyers are attracted to pretty, de-cluttered homes when searching for their newest piece of real estate. A lesser known fact, is what truly attracts a buyer, psychologically speaking.
Not all makeovers require renovations (the dust! the commotion! the disorder!). Pretty exhausting, right? In fact, some of the most magnificent transformations don't require major disruption. And the results are significant.
With the help of a my contractor and my friend (and awesome designer) Fernanda, we tried to make over our downstairs bathroom into something kid-friendly and bright but still faithful to the mirrored-tile soul of our 1967 Anchorage fixer.
The owners of this Turtle Bay co-op had an interior design request that might sound impossible - -- to transform this formerly under-lit, cramped, unusually-shaped Manhattan apartment into a spacious, airy urban retreat -- on a budget, no less!
When we heard that Katie Lee had a new house in the Hamptons, we couldn't wait to see it. We're huge fans of Lee's serene style -- and her Southern charm and humble demeanor are just icing on the cake.
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
There are all sorts of ways to fill a blank wall, but if you're looking to make an impact with your decor, go for bold color and varied texture, like these 7 award-worthy wall hangings that you can make in an hour or less!
Bring boho-chic into your home décor with macramé, funky planters and faux crystals. For the free-spirited stylist who enjoys flexibility, owns more plants than furniture, and layers pattern on pattern, these boho beautiful decorating ideas are just what you need!
Among the things it was hard to imagine away when we purchased our 1967 "dream house" was the living area. It had 40-year-old sculpted shag carpets and walls covered in mirrored tile. There's something kind of charming about them, but... not really my taste.