Happy Hallowe'en, e'erybody! Even if you don't believe in ghosties and goblins, there's a good chance you've lived somewhere with a creaky floor, unexplained noises, animals in the walls, or a cemetery right across the street...
This fall we are launching The Kitchn's first ever cookbook! In celebration, we've teamed up with our friends at west elm to give one lucky winner a kitchen makeover. Let west elm and The Kitchn help you get your kitchen in tip top shape right in time for the holiday season with over $2000 in prizes!
Tate Britain is planning a behind the scenes look at the late, great Alexander McQueen. "Working Process" will present photographer Nick Waplington's images of the production of "Horn of Plenty," the fashion visionary's last fall collection before his death. The show will open in March 2015.
I got a ton of great advice from all of you readers on my before photos but unfortunately, am pretty limited on the amount of actual rearranging I can do. Constraints like limited outlets, rental restrictions, the locations of doorways and windows and a general lack of space means doing a serious shuffle is out of the question.
Orange and black items subtle enough to use all year? You heard right. These stylish finds are pitch perfect for Halloween but will work just as well on the other 364 days of the year. You won't be scared by the prices, this stuff is all on sale.
Are you thinking about making a big change? You love your home, but are tired of cringing at your outdated bathroom. Or perhaps you've been dreaming of making over your barely-functional kitchen for years and are finally ready to take the plunge. If you have big dreams, Apartment Therapy wants to partner with you to help make those dreams happen with our Renovation Diary Program.
Jean and Ruthie bought these chairs nearly 20 years ago from a mother-daughter duo who were selling the entire contents of their home. The creepy house was filled with an assortment of oddities and at one point they noticed piles scattered throughout the house - only to realize later that they were, in fact, piles of hundreds of wigs! They say, "The whole situation was a bit Grey Gardens."
I realized that I was developing a bit of a reputation when I went to purchase this gold-sequined wedding dressand the girl at the shop said she had me pegged for that one. Seriously? She laughed and pointed out that my top that day was covered in matte gold sequins. Point taken.