More room to buy more things! If you're lacking on kitchen storage space but aren't feeling a huge reno, it's time to trick out the cabinets, drawers, and island with a few space-saving ideas. Rethink
We asked, you answered. Here are ideas of how to make your home feel cozier — straight from House Beautiful's Facebook fans. Share your tip in the comments below! Photo: Victoria Pearson; Design: Dan 1.
Like a backsplash on a fireplace. So. Cool. You spend a lot of time in your living room, so it not only needs to look great, but it needs to be functional and comfortable. Blending all three things can
A light-filled space. A small, 500-square-foot Georgetown row house built around 1900 had rooms and a ladder for a staircase. Designer Mary Douglas Drysdale used pattern and painted detail to give "a interpretation
Ann Pyne's design for her mother, Betty Sherrill. Tour a happy and fun house designed by Ann Pyne of McMillen Inc. for her famous decorator mother, Betty Sherrill. Pyne updates the Southampton, New York
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
Event and floral designer Matthew Robbins, who launched his new Atelier vase collection with Teraforma this month, gives his expert advice for creating your own seasonal floral arrangement at home. 1.
More room = more shoes! A clean, organized closet is the best: Not only does it streamline your morning routine, but you also have more room to buy new clothes and shoes. Which we all obviously need. you
We're feeling more relaxed already. Color has the power to heal your spirit: It can be soothing, healing and make you feel reborn. So we asked 10 interior designers to share their favorite feel-good colors.
Go au naturale with these fresh ideas. From a traditional master bathroom in Palm Beach to a cheery child's room in Cape Cod, these gorgeous green bedroom designs will leave you green with envy. This color
Secret tricks of the trade. From adding dark, drama-inducing lampshades to creating ceilings with style, design experts reveal their best home-decorating tips and offer up insider tricks-of-the-trade.