The one item that makes me feel like I can have it all—beauty and function, woven together—is my acrylic Provençal tablecloth.
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For the first time in my life, my closet wasn’t just a jumble of sagging shirts on leftover metal coat hangers. Everything had a place.
Sharp angles are out and round is in. Here are six products to add some "cute" to your decor.
Instead of a fixed bridge, "roboats" will ferry passengers from one side of a waterway to another.
The 4,781-square-foot house sits on .73 acres steps from a popular trail system, and a hilltop location provides panoramic views of Boise, Idaho.
More revenue isn’t necessarily good if you’re ultimately losing money.
A new IPCC report offers stark reminder that land use policy needs to be radically changed.
The facade might come off a bit fortress-like while inside, it’s bright with white walls and open space.
Building and destroying and building again wasn’t as terrifying as I imagined.
Located on hundreds of feet of sandy beach on the north shore of Kauai, this home lets you snorkel out your back door.
On a recent trip around Vancouver Island, the rhythms of van life soothed our family’s souls.
West needs a permit by September 15 or his "Star Wars"-inspired prefab home prototypes will be demolished.
The company’s new sofa line includes six styles and over 100 fabric options.
New analysis from the Trust for Public Land finds that more than 19.6 million people in the U.S. could benefit from access to public schoolyards.
Sunday provides pesticide-free weed control and customized fertilizer through the mail. Is this the future of lawn care?
A flat roof amplifies the horizontal lines on the exterior, while inside an open floor plan is anchored by a dramatic curvilinear stone wall.
Cute furniture is a reprieve from our age of anxiety.
From whimsical sheets to laundry baskets to affordable furniture, here are the top dorm room essentials to buy right now.
Criticism of the Des Moines 2040 zoning proposal ‘does a disservice’ to what the code change intends to fix.
Here are our favorite pieces under $1,000 in styles ranging from midcentury modern to Italian glam.
Maria Saxton studied the habits of 80 recent tiny home buyers and found that most tiny home dwellers reduced their energy consumption by 45 percent upon downsizing.
Foreign property sales were down $43 billion from last year. Is it a possible sign of the "Trump effect"?
In this posh home in Denver, Colorado, doors slide open to create an airy space for entertaining.
The Japanese art collective uses projection mapping to create otherworldly experiences.
Nonument documents the monuments, buildings, and infrastructure lost to time.
This roving home-on-wheels can charge an e-bike and features katzkin leather seats and an innovative bunk sleeping system.
Feast your eyes on these impressive dining rooms, and see how you can achieve a similar look.
Located in Orange County, California, the updated home features mahogany paneling and original fixtures.
New Harmony has attracted eccentric spiritual groups, social reformers, intellectuals, and artists.
A "Texas-sized" expansion of highways finds the sprawling city laying out a blueprint for more cars
Architecture’s largest professional organization is using an ethics code to fight sexual harassment. Will it work?
What happens to all the bikes when they get old? Or are simply abandoned? If it’s up to designer Qiang Huang, the leftover parts will become raw material for furniture.
Save on mattresses, sofas, and space-saving furniture.
Quilt wants to bring women together for networking and intimate, offline gatherings.