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Tour a Hyper-Efficient 376-Square-Foot Home (There's a Trap Door-Hidden Bed!)

Sat, 22 Jul 2017 11:00:00 -0400

I love a tiny, efficient home, and I love a good beach house, especially in these sweltering summer times, so it's nice to see the two come together. Here's how a tiny beachside flat in Italy makes the most of a very small floor plan, managing to incorporate two bedrooms, a workspace, and plenty of room for lounging into a trim 376 square feet.

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A Plain Jane Home's Exterior Renovation Adds Character

Thu, 20 Jul 2017 10:30:00 -0400

Before (Image credit: Submitted by Anthony) After hunting for a house that checked off all of his requirements, Anthony realized that his best option was jumping on a house that was well within his budget, but needed a little work. Armed with an architectural background and a small loan from his bank, he was able to transform his new home in under a year. READ MORE »[...]



Secrets of Stylish People Who Always Have Something to Wear

Thu, 20 Jul 2017 10:00:00 -0400

Sometimes putting together a nice looking outfit can feel like calculus. What do you have to mix and match, layer together, or accessorize in order to come up with something chic? While some days it seems like outfits come together flawlessly, others you're left with a bedroom floor cluttered with discarded clothes and a "meh" outfit you're not all that excited about. In order to help you avoid the latter as much as possible, ahead are seven styling secrets from people who always have something to wear. Learn from them, and you'll never have a bad outfit day again.

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DIY Project Idea: How To Customize a Plain Welcome Mat — Apartment Therapy Tutorials

Thu, 20 Jul 2017 09:30:00 -0400

I was working on my own outdoor patio space recently and thought I would share an easy DIY project with you. I was looking for a small outdoor mat, but because of the high sun exposure all those beautiful patterned straw-like designer ones just don't hold up. I needed something basic and hardy, but unfortunately that usually equals boring and unattractive. So I decided to give this $10 mat from Walmart a friendly little makeover.

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An Unbelievably Stylish $70k Tiny House on Wheels

Thu, 20 Jul 2017 09:00:00 -0400

Here's a tiny (and very smart) dwelling that proves that little houses can be just as stylish as big ones. Called the 'Artisan Retreat', this little trailer is just bursting with beautiful details and clever solutions. And if you're hunting for a home, it can be yours — for only $70k.

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Two Savvy Solutions for Ugly Rental Kitchen Lights

Thu, 20 Jul 2017 08:30:00 -0400

Considering the amount of spectacularly hideous light fixtures in rental kitchens around the country, it's almost as if installing the ugliest, most unflattering light fixture was at one time the law. That's of course not true, but for anyone who's ever walked into their rental kitchen, looked up at their light fixture and wondered "why that?", this post's for you.

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10 Easy Pieces: Rattan Decor is the Essence of Bohemian Chic Living — Apartment Therapy Marketplace

Thu, 20 Jul 2017 08:15:00 -0400

House Tour: A Beautiful Bohemian Blend in a Providence Rental (Image credit: Amber Hakim) Rattan is all the rage again. If you're picturing the wicker decor of the Golden Girls, think again. To capture the bohemian vibes of the 1970's, keep the vintage pieces curated and cool. Look for intricate weavings to add drama to your space but be selective. Overall your space will shine if you keep the addition of these natural elements simple and light. We combed the internet and our very own Marketplace for chic rattan. Check out what wicker goodies we found! p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 12.0px 'Helvetica Neue'; color: #454545} READ MORE »[...]



The Most Popular Home in America: Why the Ranch Style is So Pervasive

Thu, 20 Jul 2017 08:00:00 -0400

If you're thinking of buying a home, you've likely given a lot of thought to what style suits you best. Are you drawn to the sleek lines of modern architecture? Or are you a sucker for Craftsman style? If your answer happens to be the modern American ranch, well, you're certainly not alone—according to a 2016 Trulia study, it's the most popular pick in 34 states in the U.S.

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The Best 79¢ You're Going to Spend on Your Home This Year

Wed, 19 Jul 2017 08:00:00 -0400

Desert Magic in a Renovated Joshua Tree House (Image credit: Marisa Vitale) If you weren't already hip to IKEA's TEKLA dishtowel, now's the time to smarten up. A longtime favorite of bloggers, designers, and shoppers alike, this 79-cent wonder has a serious cult following for a reason. Not only does this simple, bistro-style towel do a great job, well, drying dishes, it can also be repurposed into an unbelievable assortment of savvy home items—think: napkins, laundry bags, and even curtains—that look equally chic in your place. READ MORE »[...]



Must-Have Skill for Plant Lovers: How to Add Drainage Holes to Pots

Wed, 19 Jul 2017 11:30:00 -0400

(Image credit: ctrl + curate) Cat Meschia of ctrl + curate is a craft blogger based in Gainesville, Florida where she spends her time creating beautiful things that encourage thoughtful living. Known for her affordable small-space solutions and practical yet artistically-driven designs, Cat shares everything from DIY planters to no-weave wall hangings through simple tutorials and inspiration boards. She's shared this simple tutorial on how to add drainage holes to pots with Apartment Therapy, so you can finally say goodbye to the root rot epidemic in your home - long live the plants! READ MORE »[...]



Lessons Learned: 9 People Reveal the Biggest Money Mistake They Ever Made

Wed, 19 Jul 2017 13:00:00 -0400

I'm a firm believer that it's important to be open and honest about money. In the past, talking about things like how much you make or the debt you're dealing with may have been taboo, but being transparent and able to discuss these things is actually really important. It's not easy to negotiate a salary or a raise when you have no idea what your peers in your field are making, for example, and if you're dealing with debt you might be missing out on options that could help you repay it more easily simply by not talking about it. And in many cases, not only is the discussion not happening, but the education people need simply isn't there.

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A Woodsy MCM California "Tear Down" Gets a Second Chance — House Tour

Wed, 19 Jul 2017 16:30:00 -0400

Name: Susan and David
Location: East Bay, California
Size: 2,250 square feet
Years lived in: 1.5 years, owned

Susan and David's East Bay home comes with intact natural features, Douglas fir beams and cabinets, and a functional floor plan. Why anybody would list this mid-century home as a "tear down" on the market is a mystery. Luckily, Susan and David stumbled upon the listing when a sale fell through. The 1958 house was in untouched, original condition — a true delight for the couple who were relocating from Chicago. "We were the only buyers willing to uncover the natural beauty of this diamond in the rough and were ready to get to work upon closing," Susan says. Upon move in, they immediately fell in love with the home's charm and functionality, but they say the true joy has been learning new things about its history.

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Quick Guide: What Classic American Homes Look Like Across the Country — American Design

Wed, 19 Jul 2017 11:00:00 -0400

The housing stock in America may be just as varied as the population here, particularly in older areas where people have been building for hundreds of years as waves of settlers brought influence from their native countries. Different styles and trends have prevailed over the years, and of course, no city or region is defined by just one style, but certain geographic areas definitely do have a common thread running through their local architecture and design.

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Before & After: A Terribly Cute Vintage Trailer Makeover

Wed, 19 Jul 2017 10:30:00 -0400

How cute is that little guy? My goodness! Adorable on the outside, but leaky and damaged on the inside, this trailer needed some upgrades to make it safer. While making some of the less sexy fixes (apologies to all those window sealing fans out there) Meredith took the opportunity to give the space a style boost as well.

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House Hunting Dealbreakers: The 3 Things to Never Compromise On

Wed, 19 Jul 2017 15:00:00 -0400

You've heard it before: "No house is going to be perfect. Even your dream home will have a few compromises."

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Before & After: Built-In Bookshelves Get a DIY Hack & Style Upgrade

Wed, 19 Jul 2017 14:00:00 -0400

The living room when we moved in. (Image credit: Ashley Poskin) We absolutely love our apartment; it has so much character and light, but when we moved in, one thing in particular I knew I wanted to upgrade were the bookshelves. At first glance they seemed fine, but once we started putting our books on them we realized that the positioning of the shelves — with 20" height between shelves — was not only an inefficient use of space but just looked odd with so much extra height above the books. Since the fireplace and bookshelves are the focal point of the room, I didn't think it was a design element I could ignore. READ MORE »[...]



Huge News: Paige Davis Is Back for the Trading Spaces Reboot

Wed, 19 Jul 2017 11:45:00 -0400

(Image credit: TLC) Big news, Trading Spaces fans: TLC just confirmed that longtime host Paige Davis will return for the 2018 reboot of the popular home makeover show. READ MORE »[...]



Saving the Style of a Stick Frame Roof in Austin — Professional Project

Wed, 19 Jul 2017 16:00:00 -0400

Project by: Murray Legge Architecture
Location: Austin, Texas

It's nice to have a reason to look up. While an eye catching ceiling seems like the provenance of manor houses with molding or folks with an ingenious inclination towards unexpected wallpaper, mid-century and modern homes can come with their own visually interesting ceilings. The team over at Murray Legge Architecture wanted to highlight and preserve the ceiling (among other things) in this post war beauty.

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You Have To Cer-see Inside Lena Headey's $1.945 Million Home — House of the Day

Wed, 19 Jul 2017 16:45:00 -0400

While Cersei Lannister keeps her eyes on the Iron Throne, Lena Headey is on the move. The British actor is selling her Sherman Oaks home for $1.945 million (we're not sure how much that is in Gold Dragons).

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