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6 Ways to Bring Good Luck to Your House

Common good-fortune beliefs.<p>These good-fortune beliefs and feng shui practices could bring a little luck into your house. For more, see what designs could bring bad luck to your house.

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How To Design A Beautiful And Functional Kitchen Island

<b>Modern kitchen islands</b> are exceptionally versatile and useful additions that make your life a lot easier. They are also incredibly popular and are on …

22 Easy Decorating Ideas to Make Over a Room in a Day

It's as easy as changing up your coffee table decor.<p>A little wallpaper, paint, or a few colorful accents can make such a big difference in your home. You can tackle each of these ideas in one day, even though the results will look like it took so much longer to pull off.

Interior Design

The Amazing One-Day Bedroom Makeover

One designer, one bedroom, nine hours...<p>New York designer Amanda Nisbet accepts a challenge to complete a bedroom makeover for Jacqueline Blandi in one day. See the pictures and get ideas from our dreamy before and after. The clock starts ticking at 8:30 A.M....

A Daring, Dramatic, and Colorful Family Home

Tour a house in lavender, chartreuse, and aqua.<p>Using a bold color combination of lavender, chartreuse, and aqua, designer Pat Healing of HB Home totally transformed the interior of one family's New York home, with amazing results. Make sure to read the full interview with the designer to get more …

11 Times Old Furniture Gained New Life

An Open, Casual California Home

Tour a relaxing house in a modern, monochromatic palette.<p>In order to make the large, open rooms of a northern California home more livable, designer Myra Hoefer's idea was to choose a white, monochromatic palette and mix in lots of texture. The result? An effortless blend of West Coast ease and …