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Amazon Black Friday 2017: the best deals on the Echo, Kindle, and more

2017-11-24T10:33:14-05:00

Save on furniture, rugs, kitchen gadgets, and more! Amazon’s Black Friday sale this year will run until Friday, November 24. And as The Verge pointed out, Amazon’s deals are released on a rolling basis, going live at different points throughout that window of time. We suggest keeping an eye on the company’s dedicated Black Friday hub, which will have thousands of lightning deals. Below is a list of current home goods deals, including standout smart home bundles we featured earlier this month. We’ll be updating this post throughout the week, so be sure to check back. We will also bring you the best Cyber Monday deals following Black Friday. Stay tuned and happy shopping! Home & Kitchen: OXO Good Grips 8 Piece Brush & Tool Deep Cleaning Set for $14.99 (usually $18.99) Instant Pot 8 Quart 7-in-1 Multi-Use Programmable Pressure Cooker for $81.99 (usually $129.99) Scratch Map Deluxe Edition Personalized World Map Poster for $28.12 (usually $35.57) Dyson Ball Animal 2 Upright Vacuum for $299 (usually $499.99) Nespresso Inissia Espresso Machine by Breville (Red) for $96.99 (usually $149.95) Nespresso VertuoPlus Coffee and Espresso Maker by De'Longhi (Grey) for $99 (usually $199) Furniture & Rugs: Brentwood Home Cypress King Mattress (Bamboo Derived Rayon Cover, Gel Memory Foam, Made in USA) for $472 (usually $675) Ashley Furniture Signature Design Challiman Bar Stool (Set of 2) for $64.63 (usually $189) Sauder Cottage Road Entertainment Credenza for $208 (usually $279.99) Convenience Concepts Designs2Go 3-Shelf Glass Bookcase for $35.24 (usually $69.10) nuLOOM Ivory Luxuries Posh Shag Rug, 7'10'' x 10' for $262 (usually $289) Home Styles Americana Kitchen Island for $354 (usually $639) nuLOOM Traditional Vintage Can Trellis Area Rugs, 4' x 6' for $65.38 (usually $84.99) Modway Sheer Upholstered Fabric Mid-Century Modern Armchair in Azure for $359.99 (usually $387.83) nuLOOM Contemporary Handmade Area Rug, 7-Feet 6-Inch by 9-Feet 6-Inch for $257.62 (usually $299.99) Modway Baton Dining Table in Clear for $125.50 (usually $210) Safavieh Denham Sky Blue Linen Blend Upholstered Headboard for $138.87 (usually $173.59) Amazon nuLOOM Contemporary Handmade Area Rug, 7-Feet 6-Inch by 9-Feet 6-Inch for $257.62 (usually $299.99) Amazon devices: Echo Dot for $29.99 (usually $49.99) Echo (second generation) for $79.99 (usually $99.99) Echo Show for $179.99 (usually $229.99) Fire TV Stick with Alexa Voice Remote for $24.99 (usually $39.99) Fire 7 Kids Edition Tablet for $69.99 (usually $99.99) Fire HD 8-Inch Kids Edition Tablet for $89.99 (usually $129.99) Fire HD 10-Inch Tablet for $114.99 (usually $164.99) Kindle for $49.99 (usually $79.99) Kindle Paperwhite for $89.99 (usually $119.99) Kindle for Kids Bundles for $69.99 (usually $124.98) Kindle Essential Bundle for $99.97 (usually $129.97) Kindle Paperwhite Essential Bundle for $139.97 (usually $179.97) Dash Buttons for $2.50 (usually $5) Smart home: Nest Learning Thermostat 3rd Generation for $199 (usually $249.99) TP-Link Smart LED Bulb with Color Changing Hue for $34.99 (usually $49.99) Echo Plus with built-in Hub + Philips Hue Bulb for $149.99 ($15 off) All-new Echo + Philips Hue White and Color Smart Bulb Starter Kit + Dimmable LightStrip for $332 ($56 off) Echo Show (Black) + Honeywell Lyric C1 Indoor Wi-Fi Security camera for $305.98 ($33 off) Echo Dot + Wink Bright Smart Lighting Essentials for $151 (about $18 off) Note that these deals are available for a limited time, while supplies last, unless otherwise specified. Editor's Note: This post was originally published on November 1, 2017 and has been updated with the most recent information. [...]



Target’s best Black Friday 2017 deals for the home

2017-11-24T07:00:02-05:00

Get up to 40 percent off home updates and an extra 15 percent off select furniture and rugs Target’s Black Friday sale is here, and there are tons of deals on home, kitchen, and household appliances. Stores open at 6 a.m. on Black Friday, but if you’d rather shop from the comfort of your couch (and avoid the crowds!), here’s where you can find all of Target’s online promotions. Today, you can save up to 40 percent on home items and an extra 15 percent off select furniture and rugs with code TURKEY. There’s a lot to sift through, so we did the work for you and rounded up our favorites below. Looking for more deals? Check out our Amazon and Wayfair sale roundups, along with our master list of Black Friday deals. Happy shopping! Threshold Carlisle 29.5" Backless Metal Barstool, $44.99–$74.99 (usually $49.99–$99.99) and extra 15 percent off with code TURKEY. Threshold Wood & Glass Gold Finish Bar Cart, $89.99 (usually $119.99) and extra 15 percent off with code TURKEY. Fieldcrest Linen Comforter & Sham Set, $71.99–$83.99 (usually $119.99–$139.99). KitchenAid Ultra Power Plus 4.5 Qt Tilt-Head Stand Mixer, $249.99 (usually $349.99). Threshold Carson Horizontal Bookcase, $125.99 (usually $139.99) and extra 15 percent off with code TURKEY. Threshold Caroline Tufted Velvet Ottoman, $62.99 (usually $69.99) and extra 15 percent off with code TURKEY. Safavieh Hudson Shag Rug, $20.99–$540.39 (usually $21.99–$771.99) and extra 15 percent off with code TURKEY. Plants Shower Curtain Green, $7.99 (usually $9.99). Project 62 Mongolian Faux Fur Throw Pillow, $11.99 (usually $19.99). Project 62 Delavan Tripod Floor Lamp, $71.99 (usually $79.99). iRobot Roomba 690 Wi-Fi Connected Vacuuming Robot, $274.99 (usually $374.99). Threshold Washpack Set 12"x12", $2.99 (usually $4.99). Instant Pot 7-in-1 Pressure Cooker 6 qt, $79.95 (usually $99.95). Nest Learning Thermostat, $199 (usually $249). [...]



Best Black Friday deals on furniture, smart home tech, and more

2017-11-24T07:00:00-05:00

It’s time to shop Thanksgiving Day has come and gone and all the great Black Friday deals for the home are now up and running. Below, check out our running list of this year’s best Black Friday sales to shop. From furniture staples at Ikea to bedding, appliances, interior design packages, and even a smart outdoor planter, there are discounts for all your shopping itches and gifting needs this holiday season. 2Modern: Save up to 25 percent on modern furniture and lighting designs. ABC Carpet & Home: Through 11/27, get 15 percent off the lowest ticketed price on furniture, rugs, lighting, and more with code grateful (exclusions apply). AHAlife: Through 11/26, get 20 percent off sitewide plus free shipping on all U.S. orders with code FRIDAY20. AllModern: Through 11/26, save up to 70 percent off modern furniture and decor, including sofas, dining tables, beds, and more. Amazon: Save on smart home devices, kitchen, vacuums, furniture, and more—all the details are here. Apt2B: Through 11/26, get 25 percent off purchases of $2,499 or more with code 5MORE; 30 percent off for purchases of $3,999 or more with code 10MORE; first 500 orders gets 20 percent off and up to 70 percent off the Outlet section, plus free white-glove delivery and a free canvas. Article: Take up to 30 percent off sofas, sectionals, chairs, coffee tables, beds, and more through 11/27. Bed Bath & Beyond: Thousands of Black Friday deals are now live, including $100 off a KitchenAid stand mixer, $50 off select Shark vacuums, and up to $100 select iRobot vacuums. Birch Lane: Through 11/26, save up to 70 percent off on traditional style furniture and decor sitewide; get an extra 20 percent off and free shipping with code SAVE20. Blackthumb: Get 40 percent off a purchase of two or more pieces of Nordic design through 11/27. Boil & Branch: Save 25 percent off orders over $150 at this bedding and towel brand through 11/26. Brooklinen: Through 11/24, get a free candle on orders of $150 and up, plus a free candle and 10 percent off for $250 and up, 15 percent off for $350 and up, and 20 percent off for $450 and up. Burrow: Save on easy-to-assemble modular seating and ottomans through 11/27—get 10 percent orders up to $999, 15 percent off $1,000, 20 percent off $1,250, and 25 percent off $1,500. CB2: Through 11/27, get 15 percent off all full-priced items (including furniture) with code SAVE15. Crane & Canopy: Get 20 percent off the full selection of bedding, duvet covers, and bath towels through 11/27 with the code THANKFUL. Cost Plus World Market: All furniture is 40 percent off to 11/26 with code FURNSALE. Food52: Get 20 percent off $100 through 11/26 with code TREAT. Furbish: Save 20 percent on your order with code HH17. Gray Malin: Snag some dreamy beachy prints for 30 percent off through 11/28. GROW: Up for trying a smart outdoor planter? Get the Grow Duo for an extra 15 percent off the discounted pre-sale price through 11/27 with code GROWBLACK. Hayneedle: Through 11/26, shop Black Friday deals like an extra 35 percent off accent seating, extra 20 percent off bar stools, and $100 off KitchenAid items. Home Depot: Through 12/9, get 40 percent off select appliances. HORNE: Get 15 percent off Horne’s selection of modern furniture and decor with code BFCM2017 through 11/27 (exclusions apply). Houzz: Save up to 80 percent off the site’s selection of rugs, bar stools, holiday decor, and more through 11/26. Industry West: Through 11/24, get 20 percent off plus free shipping on the site’s selection of industrial and midcentury-style furniture. Jet.com: Black Friday deals include Google Home smart speaker for $79, a Pyrex 28-piece storage set for $19, and a midcentury-style futon for $229. Joss & Main: Take up to 80 percent off on sales site wide, including 80 percent off on living room items, and 70 percent off on kitchen and bath products. Kaufmann Mercantile: Through 11/26, get 20 percent off sitewide plus free shipping on all U.S. orders [...]



Flexible apartments offer efficient living for 7 students

2017-11-22T15:35:22-05:00

Space Scholarship offers seven students a chance to live in two shared Bangkok condominiums Thai property developer AP Public Company has created shared living spaces in Bangkok for college students who have limited funds for housing. Designed in collaboration with Italian studio Fabrica, the project, called Space Scholarship, offers seven coeds a chance to live together in two condominium units whose interiors have been transformed into efficient places of study, creativity, and rest. Configured to maximize flexibility, the spaces incorporate modular design, built-in furniture, hidden storage systems, and other moveable elements. They were also designed to promote both openness and privacy, depending on the student’s preferences at any given time. Bunk beds can be shuttered by way of curtains and panels, while a dining table transforms into a desk with built-in leaves that fold up to become partitions. A kind of picture rail lines the walls right below the ceiling, allowing for shelves and other fixtures to be hung from it. And built-in benches offer additional under-seat storage. Each colorful unit comes equipped with a small kitchen and bathroom as well. The units even provide a slice of the outside by way of small balconies. Via: Designboom [...]



Ikea Malm dresser alternatives: 7 fab styles to shop now

2017-11-22T15:00:00-05:00

From under $150 Editor's Note: This post was originally published in June 2016 and has been updated with the most recent information. Though easy on the eyes and wallet, Ikea’s popular Malm dressers and chests have unfortunately also caused a number of injuries and deaths over the years, as they easily tip over if not anchored to the wall. In June 2016, the Swedish retailer issued an unprecedented recall of 29 million Malm dressers and chests in the U.S. and pulled the three-, four-, and six-drawer Malm models from its website. And now, Ikea has put out the recall for a second time, after an eighth child was killed under a fallen Malm dresser earlier this year. The full Malm dresser range—from the two-drawer to the six-drawer—are still online, but each product now comes with hardware to help customers heed Ikea’s warning that the furniture “must be permanently fixed to the wall.” If you’re in the market for a relatively affordable, modern dresser, and want to look beyond Ikea, there are options. Check out these sleek alternatives, all coming in under $500. If dirt-cheap is what you’re going after, Ikea currently offers the more compact, Malm-like Kullen chests in two-drawer ($29.99), three-drawer ($39.99), and six-drawer ($79) versions. No matter what you choose, remember that there are currently only voluntary stability standards in the industry, so caution around upright furniture is advisable and affixing pieces to the wall is a good safety measure—especially if children will be involved. CB2 Shop Blue Chest, $429. Hayneedle Prepac Coal Harbor 6-Drawer Dresser, $194.54 (orig. $251.99). 2Modern Babyletto Lolly 3-Drawer Dresser Changer with Removable Changing Tray (and anti-tip kit), $399. AllModern Gravity 6-Drawer Double Dresser $287.99. Walmart South Shore Cookie 6-Drawer Double Dresser, $177.91. Wayfair Everett 4 Drawer Wood Chest, $97.99 (orig. $119.99). Overstock Furniture of America Modern 4-drawer Wood and Metal Chest, $175.49. [...]



Why the world is obsessed with midcentury modern design

2017-11-22T13:37:01-05:00

The story behind the ubiquity Today, more than ever, the midcentury modern look is everywhere. DVRs are set to capture Mad Men's final season playing out on AMC. Flip through the April issue of Elle Décor, and you'll find that more than half of the featured homes prominently include midcentury furniture pieces. Turn on The Daily Show and you'll see the guests sitting in classic Knoll office chairs. If you dine in a contemporary restaurant tonight, there's a good chance you'll be seated in a chair that was designed in the 1950s—whether it is an Eames, Bertoia, Cherner, or Saarinen. A few years back, you could stamp your mail with an Eames postage stamp. Meanwhile, type the words "midcentury" and "modern" into any furniture retailer's search pane, and you'll likely come up with dozens of pieces labeled with these design-world buzzwords—despite the fact that there is nothing "midcentury" about the items they describe. Over the past two decades, a term describing a specific period of design has become the marketing descriptor du jour. "Midcentury modern" itself is a difficult term to define. It broadly describes architecture, furniture, and graphic design from the middle of the 20th century (roughly 1933 to 1965, though some would argue the period is specifically limited to 1947 to 1957). The timeframe is a modifier for the larger modernist movement, which has roots in the Industrial Revolution at the end of the 19th century and also in the post-World War I period. Image courtesy Herman Miller. Herman Miller pieces. Author Cara Greenberg coined the phrase "midcentury modern" as the title for her 1984 book, Midcentury Modern: Furniture of the 1950s. In 1983, Greenberg had written a piece for Metropolitan Home about 1950s furniture, and an editor at Crown urged her to write a book on the topic. As for the phrase "midcentury modern," Greenberg "just made that up as the book's title," she says. A New York Times review of the book acknowledged that Greenberg's tome hit on a trend. "Some love it and others simply can't stand it, but there is no denying that the 50's are back in vogue again. Cara Greenberg, the author of 'Mid- Century Modern: Furniture of the 1950's' ($30, Harmony Books) manages to convey the verve, imagination and the occasional pure zaniness of the period." The book was an immediate hit, selling more than 100,000 copies, and once "midcentury modern" entered the lexicon, the phrase was quickly adopted by both the design world and the mainstream. The popularity of midcentury modern design today has roots at the time of Greenberg's book. Most of the designs of the midcentury had gone out of fashion by the late 60s, but in the early- to mid-eighties, interest in the period began to return. Within a decade, vintage midcentury designs were increasingly popular, and several events helped to boost midcentury modern's appeal from a niche group of design enthusiasts into the mainstream. By the mid-90s, a niche market of collectors had already driven up prices of the original midcentury designs. A New York Times article notes that an original Eames molded plywood folding screen, which had been out of production, was worth as much as $10,000 in 1994. In December 1999, a George Nelson Marshmallow sofa sold for an unprecedented $66,000. A year later, two George Nelson "pretzel" armchairs sold for just over $2,500 apiece, while a 1965 George Nakashima cabinet sold for $20,700. Some midcentury furniture designs, like the iconic Eames Lounge Chair, never went out of production, but many others had fallen out of production by the mid 90s. And even getting your hands on the pieces that were still being produced would have been challenging without an architect or a designer to order a piece for you. In the early 1990s that began to change: In 1993, Knoll, a major manufacturer of iconic midcentury designs, opened its SoHo showroom, once to[...]



Would you move to this tiny village in the Swiss Alps?

2017-11-22T13:30:02-05:00

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This one will pay you to

People often dream of up-and-leaving for the country, or greener pastures, or somewhere—anywhere—else than where they currently reside. Some even follow through with those pipe dreams, whether spurred by a new job or simply needing a change of scenery. But these fantasies usually require a significant outlay of cash. Until now.

A tiny picturesque town in the Swiss Alps may soon be accepting applications for prospective residents, who, upon being chosen, would be paid 25,000 Swiss francs per adult and 10,000 per child (that’s about $25,400 and $10,170, respectively) to live there for at least a decade.

Albinen, located in the canton of Valais in southwestern Switzerland “on the sunny sides of the Rhone valley,” counts just 240 residents, with many of them having moved away in recent years—which is why the government will be voting on an initiative to recruit new residents.

Applicants must be under the age of 45, be willing to stay there full time (i.e., not on holiday) for 10 years, and live in a home that is worth at least 200,000 Swiss francs, or about $203,400. Although Albinen may not be bustling with available jobs, many can be found in larger neighboring villages.

Via: Travel and Leisure (h/t The Spaces)




Black Friday deals, Cyber Monday steals, and the best of holiday shopping

2017-11-22T13:00:00-05:00

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’Tis the season!

From Black Friday to Cyber Monday and beyond, Curbed has your shopping needs covered this holiday season. Keep checking back for the best deals on furniture (like beds under $1,000), decor (like rugs under $500), home tech, and accessories from brands like Amazon, Wayfair, Target, and many more. We’ll also be sharing lots of gift ideas over the next month, starting with this holiday refresh of our sortable Home Shopping Guide. Stay tuned and happy shopping!




Cutest house ever asks just over $1M in San Diego

2017-11-22T11:00:08-05:00

The perfect starter home, provided your budget is $1 million Have a nomination for a jaw-dropping listing that would make a mighty fine House of the Day? Get thee to the tipline and send us your suggestions. We'd love to see what you've got. Location: San Diego, California Price: $1,049,000 This is it. This is the perfect starter home—provided your starting budget is $1 million-plus. Alas, for someone somewhere (ideally in San Diego), it is. And with that kind of money you get the cutest little bungalow on the block. Built in 1938, the single-story in the Loma Portal neighborhood features just under 2,000 square feet of space, offering four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and spacious living areas, too. A flowing floorplan lit with plenty of windows make this charming home a picture of efficiency and warmth. Hardwood floors, arches, and trey ceilings keep it traditional, while contemporary updates lend a freshness. An inner courtyard provides indoor-outdoor living opportunities by way of French doors in both the enormous living area with fireplace and the formal dining room that open directly onto it. A cozy kitchen with Shaker-style cabinets and a breakfast nook follow, then the master suite (which also opens onto the deck) and another bedroom. One of the bedrooms is currently being used as a large office, but, of course it can be transformed into a guest suite or something else entirely. Although the bathrooms feature what appear to be original tiling—purple in one and pink in another—they’re still hopelessly adorable (though you may be inclined to redo them). Rounding out the property are a private backyard, two-car garage with workshop, and a sizable driveway. The residence at 3345 Elliott Street is even close to everything: downtown, San Diego Bay, and the beaches. What more could you want? It’s yours for $1,049,000. Via: Sotheby’s International Realty [...]



‘World Building of the Year 2017’ awarded to post-earthquake house in Chinese village

2017-11-22T10:00:00-05:00

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The reconstruction project reinvents traditional techniques

In 2014, the Ludian earthquake struck Yunnan Province in southern China, collapsing some 12,000 homes and damaging another 30,000. The quake inspired architects at the Chinese University of Hong Kong to reimagine local building techniques for more sustainable, affordable, and safe construction.

The school subsequently built a prototype home for an aging couple in local Guangming Village, updating traditional materials and construction methods with modern know-how. Instead of turning to brick and concrete, which would have been cost prohibitive, the team adapted the original rammed-earth construction techniques used to build most of the original village to be more durable and earthquake proof by adding steel and concrete bars into the walls.

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This month, the prototype home was selected as the World Building of the Year and honored at the 10th annual World Architecture Festival held in Berlin.

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“The architects succeeded in translating ‘four walls and a roof’ into something which, through architectural commitment, becomes a project that is much more profound,” said WAF Program Director Paul Finch in a statement.

“This building is a demonstration that architecture is just as relevant in the poorest of communities as it is in the richest.”

See all the winners of this year’s awards here.

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