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Start a project you can actually finish
Dear rental kitchens everywhere, there's hope yet!
If it's good enough for Roman roads, it's good enough for your kitchen
The only decorating dilemma you don't mind having
Including what to work on first—and what to let wait!
Tomatoes. Poppies. Fire Trucks. Your Living Room!
You can upholster, yes you can!
And you don't need any fancy equipment to do it
Smooth and cave-like surfaces, from a country of elaborate style
The best cabins aren't just for campers
The story of a log cabin-turned-Greek Revival, in Tennessee
Let there be clear, clean, white light
Lessons learned from the integrated kitchens at Henrybuilt
The week's best design stories on the interwebs
How to squeeze a stacked laundry set into a city apartment
Interior designer and blogger Emily Henderson shares her insights for giving a space definition without chopping it up.
From chevron parquets to patterned, painted planks, wood flooring doesn't have to be ordinary.
Fourteen interior designer-approved buckets, from emerald to cabbage green.
An integrated sink design in soapstone flows seamlessly from counter to basin.
A beveled front and sliding doors make a tiny space feel larger.
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