Looking for a way to get into the spirit of the holidays by doing something for your home that will bring cheer and joy to it? Spend some time this weekend getting crafty and you could set your table with style and the season.
Name: Madelyn Baker Location: New York City Size: 900 square feet Years Lived In: 25 years, rented
As a Stylist for Calypso St.Barth, Madelyn Baker's home is a clear example of her personal style and taste. When she is not using her eye as a stylist she utilizes her creativity helping clients with their home design and taking photos. Her vision is clear and her home feels serene and has a beautiful dream-like quality that can give a dreary winter day in the city a bright and warm feeling.
Your bedroom is more than just a place to sleep — it's also a little sanctuary, a calming retreat from the cares of the world. Here are five must-have things that will make your master bedroom a space you're always happy to come home to.
I have good news for any renters out there whose boudoir style is less "organic minimalist" and more "Give me ALL the colors!": It's totally possible to have a colorful room without painting the walls. In fact, the bedroom might be the easiest space to inject color in an otherwise bland, cookie cutter apartment.
Name: Joey, aka "Joey the Cat" Location: Mission District of San Francisco, CA Size: 747 square feet Years lived in: 4 years; owned Years hosting on Airbnb: Over 5 years
The moment you walk into "Joey the Cat's" Mission District loft, you feel like you were just granted access to a secret world where you're allowed to have fun, even though you are a fully grown adult. It's sophisticated, it's modern, it's bold, and right in front of the big beautiful front windows is a giant skeeball machine right out of your childhood.
Hello! My husband and I moved into our current home a little over a year ago, and it needed a lot of work. One of the first rooms that we decided to tackle was our kitchen since it was the worst. We had a pretty small budget, and all of the appliances needed to be replaced.
Ikea stylists are good at showing us common folk how to style our homes in inspirational ways for the holidays. You don’t need to shop at the Swedish giant in order to have a festive and fun household this season. Follow these tips, tricks, and suggestions to do it yourself.
We all take a ton of photos on our phones, but aside from posting a select few to Instagram, do we really enjoy them? Recently is a service that curates your camera roll each month and prints 100 of your images into a gorgeous magazine.
Lots of the things you dream about changing in your kitchen — new countertops, new flooring, new appliances — will cost an arm and a leg. But the good news is that there are things you can do to make your kitchen a better place that won't quite break the bank. Here are five ideas.