Royal Caribbean calls Anthem of the Seas a "smart ship" because it will be equipped with technological advances such as land-like high-speed Internet and RFID wristbands to open cabin doors and make purchases.
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For an alfresco dinner, the founder of California-based accessories company Iomoi, Irene Chen, mixes heirloom china with whimsical finds and cuts fresh flowers from her garden. "The look is traditional
Interior designers have long been entranced by the 18th-century French technique of curating a salon wall. How can you achieve the look? It's supremely simple: Pick a blank wall and map out a collage framed
Pamela Butz and Jeffrey Klug explain how they created a soothing bathroom in Boston, Massachusetts. Christine Pittel: This room is so vaporous, it practically disappears. Pamela Butz: That's exactly what