Cramped cooking space? No big deal. Put these smart and functional tricks to the test.
Calling all book lovers! These rooms hark back to a bygone era where gentlemen discussed Keats and Wilde with a glass of whiskey in one hand and a cigar in the other.
Once considered the formal entertaining zone (also known as: no kids allowed), the living room has emerged as the common area for family and friends to gather. We'd say it's a pretty important place. Make it over with the attention it deserves.
White is crisp, clean, and extremely powerful. Often underestimated. That is, until it has its chance to shine. Get inspired by the many breathtaking sides that this rich and creamy color can offer to a home.
You don't need a sprawling space to sprawl out if you know the secrets of arranging a relaxing room.
Been gazing out at your patio, wishing you could spruce up your hangout space? You don't need to spend a lot to make a big difference in the way your outdoor rooms look and feel.
Create the ultimate livable space with these stylish decorating tricks.
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.
Short on square inches? Dream big with these smart decorating solutions.
Small space? No big deal. Learn the basic decorating tricks to transform your work nook into a functional home office.
Even the smallest room in the house can exude a spa-like serenity with these great decorating ideas.
When domino editor Rita Konig moved from London to Manhattan, she didn't have a chair to her name. Two years later, her tiny one-bedroom seems as if she's been there forever. Her secret? Smart shopping -- fueled by a steadfast belief in comfort, individuality and old-fashioned chance.
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Short on outdoor dining space? Hunt down a few sawhorses and top them with a length of board as big as you want your table to be. You can paint the board, cover it with a cloth or butcher paper, or leave it as is.
It goes without saying that well-known sites like Apartment Therapy and Houzz are great resources. But there are lots of others out there that can help you cultivate your taste and create polished, authentic interiors.
You're afraid of color overload (who isn't?). Stick with these tricks for keeping color under control.