By Kim Cook
Setting up home in a small apartment poses all sorts of challenges.
First, there’s the floorplan: With small rooms come issues like storage, and where to put the bed.
Then there’s the furniture: Will it fit up the stairs, and will you need a toolbox and ...
By Kim Cook
Step in the bathroom, turn on the tap. Step in the shower, turn on the faucet.
Just mundane parts of the daily routine, right? Yet for bathware designers, they’re anything but. These creative minds dive deep into what they call “the water delivery ...
By Melissa Rayworth
Sometimes, sitting in a public place like a hotel lobby, you notice a mix of colors youíd never considered using in your own home — and you realize you absolutely love it.
Or you see furniture that’s much more modern than you thought you liked, ...
By Katherine Roth
When it comes to painting rooms, gray is red-hot.
Benjamin Moore carries over 150 shades of gray, and Sherwin-Williams says that of their top 50 colors for interiors, 30 are grays.
“The trend toward gray started in Scandinavia, became big in the U.S. ...
By Carol J. Alexander
After a year of spending more time at home due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many homeowners are looking for ways to make their homes fit their new realities. Open floor plans are out; dedicated spaces for remote work and learning are in. Yards are being ...
By Melissa Kossler Dutton
Storage pieces are not what they used to be. Changes in home design and technology mean that boxy, old-fashioned armoires, dressers and china hutches are being repurposed or are making room for cabinets, shelving and sideboards in a wide variety of ...