Forget nails (and chipped plaster), and cue wall-friendly ways to hang artwork and more!
The use of sconces is especially useful in small spaces, as it moves lighting onto the walls as opposed to standing lamps that take up extra floor space.
These bar carts can make even your Bud Light look classy.
The subtle metallic finishes of Ann Sacks's Lux travertine tile collection strike a perfect note of subdued glamour. Shown in pewter, the tiles are also offered in silver or gold.
Forget the daffodils, Southern Californians know it's spring when the annual Pasadena Designer Showcase House for the Arts (PSHA) opens its decorated doors to the public.
Adding textures to your home can be a bit tricky, as it can go boho fast and love-shack even faster, if not edited appropriately.
What may look like an empty cardboard box or a finished egg carton could actually be a stylish bedside lamp waiting to happen! Instead of tossing out those retired boxes, cans, and bottles, give them a new life, by turning them into useful and beautiful household items.
Don't miss the Louis Vuitton luggage set, the 1964 Paul Ostergaard teak valet, the 19th century Chinese vase and cover, the Mexican sterling candelabra, the 1920s Roseville sunflower pot, the antique hand carved Black Forest bear, the 1840s French clock set and the pair of 1970s brass table lamps.
She currently resides in Fort Greene, Brooklyn with husband, Heath, and their sweet-as-honey yellow lab, Elliott. We took a peek inside her 750-square-foot apartment, for an inspiring look at living large in small spaces.
Want to carve out a space of your own? Author Sally Coulthard suggests heading outside.
AD editors select their must-have items, from simple pleasures to ultimate luxuries.
"I always hope to achieve balance between the light and the heavy, the feminine and the masculine. I like the way my dining room's blue duchesse satin curtains soften its macassar ebony buffet."
When you're in the midst of a home renovation, or even a simple makeover or project, it can sometimes feel like life or death. Lesli Devito knows. She gave us the scoop on keeping your cool -- here's what we learned!
While spending your extra cash responsibility is definitely top priority, make sure to save a tiny bit for a little self-spoiling. If you've been dreaming of adding to your home decor and remodeling budget, these seven small home splurges are just what the doctor ordered.
Don't miss the antique 1895 sterling punch bowl, the Stig Lindberg tapestry, the 1930s French geisha bookends, the huge Chinese terracotta warrior, the Saarinen for Knoll side table, the 19th century Chinese porcelain garden seat, the Tommy Parzinger for Dorlyn hurricanes, the Milo Baughman side tables and the Albert Gilles copper lamp.
Moving in together is great: you have someone to share your life with -- not to mention splitting the bills. Sharing your space though? Not always so easy. When it's time to mix two styles together, here are some tips for creating a decor scheme that everyone can not only live with, but love!