Get your space in order with one of these ideas. 1. Set a Tray on Your Counter Clean and free up counter space by corralling all your loose items on a stylish tray, like in this Los Angeles bathroom. way,
A DIY banquette totally transformed this space. 1. You don't have to change all your furniture. For their banquette remodel, homeowners Sada and Reagan Lewis of Casa de Lewis used their existing kitchen
These pretty plates from Francois et Moi are the perfect solution to a boring white wall. The Inspiration Files: In our newest series, we'll be sharing a sneak peek of upcoming DIY projects from our favorite
It's time to stash the heavy bedding and space heater and get your bedroom ready for warmer months. 1. Bring in BasketsYou'll probably store your heavy winter bedding in closets, the garage, or the attic.
Every week, we're asking designer Scot Meacham Wood, formerly of Ralph Lauren and now owner of his eponymous design firm, a question from our readers. This week's topic is all about decorating your dining
It helps with so much more than just cleaning greasy pots and pans. Dish detergent might be a sink-side staple, but its cleaning power is incredibly helpful all over the house. Because the liquid is mild,
Take that, man caves! File this under rooms we never knew we needed. For ladies who are jealous of their partner's "man cave," there is finally a solution for you: "She Sheds." As The Lighter Side of Estate
Give 'em a chew toy, they take your whole house. 1. Nice sheets. [instagram align='left'] [/instagram] 2. Remotes. 3. Anything in your purse. 4. Soap. 5. Feather pillows. 6. Blinds. 7. Paperwork. 8. Cats.
You live like you're somebody (and you are!). 1. You call your cozy home a bungalow because it instantly implies you're chic. Interior Design by Chris Barrett. Photo by Victoria Pearson. 2. Every morning