Got an excess of plastic wrap? Here are 8 astonishing new uses. 1. Keep a paint roller from drying out Are you mid-paint, ready to break for the night, but don't want your rollers to get crusty and sad
These sink-side staples are helpful all over the house. This article originally appeared on goodhousekeeping.com Sponges might be the best at cleaning spills and soaping up dishes, but if you confine to
Spaces to be snuggled into. Even in the grandest houses, we're inevitably drawn to the smallest rooms: they're the coziest. In big rooms, guess where we head? To the coziest spots, the nooks and niches
Here's a list of websites that will actually make you smarter: Digital Photography School— Read through this goldmine of articles to improve your photography skills; they're helpful even if you're a complete
Before you contemplate moving, you need to check out this list. Whether it's a tiny powder room or a shower stall with barely enough room to scrub, a small bathroom can make mornings even worse than they
Stylish and efficient spaces. From a 48-square-foot kitchen to a tiny and cozy reading nook, we've rounded up beautiful small spaces that don't spare style or efficiency. Take a look a these amazing designs.
Experts share their best tips. The experts — Christopher Peacock, Myra Hoefer, Carleton Varney, and 97 other inspiring designers — share words to live and design by. Plus, see 101 easy makeovers from designers.
This shade isn't as scary as you think. It's Mother Nature's favorite color — and there are so many fresh shades to work with. From a pea-green kitchen to a bath with lime stripes, there's a palette for
A software engineer outfits his tiny apartment with flexible design ideas. Dwell editor-in-chief Amanda Dameron walks us through Dwell's November 2016 issue. From city apartments to vacation rentals and
The iconic, and slightly atomic, form of the shiny silver Airstream is embedded in our cultural and design milieu. With its iconic skyscrapers such as the neo-Gothic Tribune Tower, the Art Deco Carbide
Faced with the challenge of a diminutive New York apartment in desperate need of a refresh, architect Tim Seggerman went straight... Five ways to open up a space to give yourself some breathing room. couple
Dwell editor-in-chief Amanda Dameron walks us through Dwell's November 2016 issue. Upgrading a kitchen is seldom a cheap endeavor, but you can save yourself a pretty penny by following these tips. Bring
It’s been awhile since we last visited the City of Light, so here’s a jaunt to five modern abodes we adore. Laure Tixier's series of felt pieces for the show Plaid Houses explores the idea of architecture
For aesthetically beautiful minimalist, modern, and sleek design, less really can be more. Dwell's June 2009 issue just landed on our desks and it looks great! We're excited for it to hit your mailboxes