What's better after a long days work than a nice, warm shower? Nothing. But is your bathroom giving you the visions of grandeur you deserve, or does it feel more like a sad excuse for gym locker room?
Think of the epic story time adventures to be had in that little nook of comfort and dreams. And the rest of the bedroom does not disappoint!
Stools by BassamFellows provide a perch at the kitchen counter of Will Ferrell's New York City loft. In the adjacent dining area, Tejo Remy light fixtures preside over a vintage Paul T. Frankl dining table and Eames chairs. The artworks are by (from left) Donald Sultan and Roy Lichtenstein.
The Carpet Garden is an exquisite, exotic site, and becomes heavy with scent and bright colors in July. The idea for this otherworldly garden came from one of the carpets at Highgrove.
Though the walls are gone, the people who were inside them will continue to hold each other up. And while that family will build a new house -- new walls -- the truth is, wherever they are together, that's where they'll be right at home. (Even if it takes a few more tear-stained pillows to realize it.)
Spring is just around the corner, ladies, and with it, the opportunity to give those closets a deep clean. We're doing so with the help of Marie Kondo, the Japanese organizational guru and author of the international best-seller The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up.
Years after his last success, Yann Arthus Bertrand will reappear this September during the 70th United Nations General Assembly with his latest feature film, HUMAN.
To be the guest of a great lord in his castle was an honor reserved for notable visitors known to the host, but others would arrive with a letter of introduction from the king or queen or a member of their family or friends of the host.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 27.4 percent of couples who cohabitate before marriage break up by the third year of living together. That might be something to think about if you already have an issue with your significant others' cleaning habits ... or lack thereof.
So, when do you think you'll be ready to go back to work? For quite some time now friends and family have been asking this question. I know why they ask. I know why others don't ask even though they want to. I know why I don't always feel comfortable answering.
The most common complaint I ever hear from people traveling is that they miss the comforts of home. I have solved this problem for you because I am just as lazy at home as when I'm traveling.
Life is happening each day so instead of whizzing through it, waiting for the "good stuff" (the relationship, the car, the vacation, the job) to appear, why not elevate the way we live each day instead?
Remember that point in the late '90s when you had enough of those nautical stripes? Well, that's how we now feel about taupe paint. Luckily, wallpaper has made a glorious return--this time with more inspired styles.
Open shelving can be deep enough to accommodate small kitchen appliances or serving pieces, or shallow enough to lean framed pictures. It's a great way to take advantage of both open wall space or awkward, smaller wall areas. Feel free to change your décor on your shelving - it's a great way to play decorator in your own home.
No matter where you live in America, the winter months call for bowls full of soup all day, everyday.
The bolds can be so beautiful. Know the decorating rules. More importantly, know how to break them.