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See the most stylish ways to stack treasured reads.<p>Whether your home is traditional, modern or somewhere in between, we've got the ultimate book-curation inspiration.
Meet the it-neutral of the season.<p>From silvery shades to cooler blue tones, this hue is a go-to color for designers. And since it also has a calming effect, it's the ideal hue for a serene sleeping space. Take a look at these gorgeous bedrooms and feel free to copy.
Take these tips from illustrations to your own home.<p>Take these decorator-sourced tips from illustrations to your own home.
Reader-tested tips to update a room.<p>We asked you to post ideas for transforming a room on House Beautiful's Facebook page. Here are some favorites.
Clever devices to make your life easier.<p>These smart tech devices do things you might never have thought possible — or even imagined — until now.
Pin itThese IKEA hacks will take some effort, sure. But, you won't need any power tools, extension cords or impossibly tiny allen wrenches for these …Hacking
Fresh light on a classic New York apartment.<p>Designer Garrow Kedigian sheds fresh light on his classic New York apartment.
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 about choosing rugs for any room. Have a decorating dilemma? Comment below and yours might be featured in a future</b> …Home Decorating
For this month's <i>Ask a Design Assistant</i>, we go inside the 700-square-foot DUMBO apartment of Incorporated Architecture and Design's Sheena Murphy. "I tend to lean toward craft over conventional luxury," she says. Here, how she mixes new pieces with Etsy finds, shares why window treatments work in a …
Whether they've been tucked into nooks and crannies or color coordinated, here are the creative ways that designers store books.<p><b>1. As a staircase in a 640 square-foot apartment.</b>Tour the tiny New York loft by designers Bill Brockschmidt and Richard Dragisic.<p><b>2. On shelves lined with mirrors, which</b> …