Two families live large and comfortably in this beautiful, self-sufficient prefab in rural Australia. Decades after they met as teenagers on a Montauk beach, Manhattanites Victoria and Greg Pryor returned
A software engineer outfits his tiny apartment with flexible design ideas. This lively live/work studio in San Francisco's Dogpatch is a constant work-in-progress that mirrors its inhabitants' creative...
Zachary Schiffman, a 42-year-old medical supply executive, commissioned an in-home theater shaped like a pirate ship. Modern amenities are hidden: a keg disguises a microwave, a door appears to lead to
This house on Lake Wenatchee in Washington was designed to be "cozy for two and comfortable for a crowd," as architect John... In Alabama, a commercial building with a multifarious past begins a fresh
These sophisticated spaces will dare you to go dark. You don't have to be afraid of going dark with your decor and interior design. The spaces in these photos work a little black magic for a look that's
In a Canadian forest, a brick gabled house features unexpected geometrically varied interiors. From the cheerful hues of the 1950s to the softer, earthier shades that were popular in the 1960s, your own
Atelier Moderno renovated an old industrial building to create a luminous, modern home. Two families in Padua, Italy, combine forces—and resources—to build a pair of matching houses. A central glass atrium
Darling as they may be, they come with quite the price tag. This article originally appeared on CountryLiving.com. Like many kids, you probably spent your childhood dreaming of owning an elaborate Victorian
Vancouver-based artist Wendy Tsao turns children’s drawings into adorable, handcrafted plush dolls. The toys, which she calls “softies,” are one-of-a-kind reflections of the kids’ creativity and imagination.
Why wild salmon kicks the moo out of the traditional burger There’s more to burgers to beef. Big honking cow burgers are awesome, yes, but every now and then it pays off to let another protein stand in.
It doesn’t matter whether it’s hot and humid in summer or frigid and icy in winter, we want milkshakesall the time. They’re creamy, flavorful, refreshing and you sip ’em through a straw. It doesn’t get
6 Servings Buttermilk brings slight tang and moisture to the batter, while olive oil offers fruity richness. Choose a mild-flavored (not too peppery) type of oil for these waffles. February 2014Print 2