The dream of escaping the tight confines of Manhattan for the more spacious offerings of nearby Upstate New York and Connecticut is one that has long entranced New Yorkers.
One of the most challenging parts of caring for a child and a home at the same time is finding harmony between the two. You don't want your child to have to walk on eggshells, or your home to be a constant mess, but the two seem pretty exclusive.
We don't need to remind you that your kids grow up quickly, and that their personal style evolves just as rapidly. Here's the good news: you don't have to spend a lot of money to update your teen's bedroom.
Whether you're an expert builder or you've never touched a screwdriver in your life, these inspiring home upgrades will have you planning, measuring, cutting and hammering away in no time. Updating your home decor is fun, but it's even more fun when you're saving money.
Twine. Yep, that's it. Here's the answer upfront, because even now that you know what the miracle material is, you'll never guess the crazy things these brave DIYers do with it.
Whether you decide to join the mainstream or keep living as a rebel is up to you -- we're just providing the facts.
Do you feel that sun? Warmer days are just around the bend (though it might be hard to believe), and boy, are we ready for them!
Open shelves aren't just for the dishes. Keep your culinary necessities at hand and display items with creative packaging.
photography by BRITTANY AMBRIDGE Is your space feeling a bit drab? We've got just what you need for an instant uplift. ...
If you know how to keep herringbone subtle and classy, you're totally within your style rights to keep it coming!
It's guitar one week, skateboarding the next. One thing you can always count on is that kids will be kids and their interest will change. Probably fast and often. Paint lets us change the look of a room instantly and in a cost-effective manner.
You can have your guestroom ready to go in no time and on a budget, with some quick, superficial touch-ups that will leave it pretty and pristine for incoming visitors this holiday!
As a designer, I've observed a lot of habits in the decorating and design world. Habits that I believe need to be broken. Many of these may have started with good intentions -- but we all know where that path leads!
Richly distressed and patinated finishes lent a rustic flea market look to European-influenced finds. However, this fall, we're seeing a fresh look for French lighting, furniture, and décor, with softer finishes and chalky pastel accents.
A creative designer can hide storage in plain sight, but a bold interior designer brings it front and center. Many of us put a lot of thought into how we display our collections and organize our countertops, but what about how we store our less decorative items? See four homes that have mastered the art of storage.
Been gazing out at your patio, wishing you could spruce up your hangout space? You don't need to spend a lot to make a big difference in the way your outdoor rooms look and feel.