Q: I have been searching for the artwork displayed in the film The Devil Wears Prada. It is a pair of large paintings in the foyer of the character Miranda Priestley's apartment. Your assistance would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!
Q: I started hanging pieces of art as you can see. I do not want to move the art and make more holes in our rented walls, but I would just like to add something to bring all three pieces together. Garlands, banners, wall decor? Any ideas?
Q: I want to redesign my very dark living room. It has a dark grey floor and a grey stone wall including the TV. This is what I can't change in the room. I definitely need a new sofa and the walls need a colorful paint job. You can see the room like it looks now and a picture on my idea how to brighten up the room.
Q: I have this silk bench that I bought on a trip to the Middle East. It's too formal for my modern apartment. How can I update it? I'd like to either change the legs or find a new use for the bench top.
Q:I spotted this wonderful Scandinavian style wall sconce but can't locate it online. I would like to center this above our bed instead of using bedside lamps. It is similar to the Serge Mouille style lights but not quite.
Q: I need your help and your amazing minds for a cat window perch. I live in this tiny Parisian apartment and my only windows are roof windows. But they are set almost in an upright position. The wall is slightly curved, and I can't figure out how to set a shelf in order to allow my cat to enjoy the view:
Q: I have been looking everywhere for dishes for my almost one-year-old son. We want something that isn't plastic, but also something that isn't breakable. I've only been able to find one enamelware baby dish set that isn't cringe-inducing, but it's $45, which seems pricey.
Q: I was fortunate enough to pick up items at an auction of a formerly posh hotel. Two mirrors I snagged are beautiful, but were drilled right though the frame onto the wall presumably to prevent them from being stolen. I believe the frames are some sort of plaster - maybe someone could correct me on this?
Q: My father had a large table custom-made when he had his first son back in the '70s. The table eventually sat nine of us kids over 25 years and has become a sort of iconic fixture in the memories of our family — birthday cake poses, holiday meals, Sunday brunch and just plain dinner with the family every evening.