It's always more fun to DIY. Every week, we'll spare you a trip to the grocery store and show you how to make small batches of great foods at home. Today: You don't even have to know the rules of the to
House Beautiful's Next Wave designers share some of their best decorating advice. 1. "Embrace the placeholder. It's better to live with you have until you can find or afford, the thing you really want."
Tranquil glamour in a his-and-hers space. Designer Sandra Nunnerley adds tranquil glamour to a his-and-hers bathroom in New York City, where the use of mosaic tile creates two different looks — one soft,
Ingredients 3 serrano peppers • 1 (28-ounce) can of tomatillos, drained, or 15 fresh husked tomatillos broiled until charred • 1 large handful cilantro, including stems, plus additional 1/4 cup leaves,
Note: Nam Prik Pao, also known as Thai chili jam, is available at most well-stocked Asian grocery stores and online. It also goes by "roasted chili paste" or "roasted chili paste in soybean oil." Ingredients
Before reading Amy Thielen's recently released cookbook, The New Midwestern Table, the one Midwestern dish I had heard of was the hotdish. Perhaps this is cheating, since a hotdish is simply a casserole
Inside an antique-filled Victorian. Designer Annie Brahler creates an old-world feeling in her Jacksonville house with a creamy palette, chandeliers in every room, and one incredible shoe closet design.
It's okay to get a little wild with your decor. 1. Matching leopard chairs give a jolt of pattern to an otherwise neutral space. Tour Alex Hitz's Los Angeles house. 2. You'd think this large animal print