Why you should banish tomatoes, onions and eggs from your fridge - and store champagne there instead Did you know peaches, plums, and pears, emit a gas that makes vegetables go rotten? And that eggs can
It's true: My coffee grounds—and your coffee grounds—are very happy in the compost, which is where I dump them every day, brown paper filter and all. (And then, thanks to the New York City greenmarket
In lieu of totally gutting our kitchen and entering into a renovation that would have cost tens of thousands of dollars, we did three small projects that made a big impact! Sometimes, a good decorating
Lost when it comes to creating a visually cohesive, lived-in space? Learn how to decorate like an interior designer. Decorate for Your Lifestyle Interior designer Gillian Segal truly believes that "living
The kitchen is your laboratory. There are appliances, chemicals, and reactions waiting to happen. If all goes well, your hypotheses, tested by experimentation, will turn out to be correct: cream-colored
How many pillows are just enough? It's an important thing to ask yourself in your 20s. I personally find comfort in a surplus—all over the couch, the bed, and on every chair, in heaps so towering you to
Inspired by our food-focused Links We Love, today's roundup is a selection of fascinating home, art, design, and DIY posts from around the internet this week. Today: An industrial kitchen, a no-brainer
You can do a lot with just a little space. A well-designed kitchen has minimal clutter and maximum efficiency. Whether you're redecorating or totally remodeling, here are the best ideas for small spaces.