Photographer and fashionista Kerry Maloney is one half of the glamorous, snarky duo behind Traveler Broads, a blog about longtime friends making fun of each other on as many continents as possible. We toured her French Quarter apartment last year. She and her partner, Jessica Fender, have crisscrossed the world—from sprawling markets in Istanbul to beach towns in Bahia, Brazil—taking beautiful photos, plotting their upcoming round-the-world adventure, and collecting tips for traveling in style. Here are their top seven in their own words (as well as their personal recommendations for products they have found that last through traveling!)...
Some of the best things about traveling are the pleasant, unforeseen surprises that come through embarking on new experiences in unknown places. But some travel surprises really dampen the fun, like having a credit card frozen and spending hours trying to call your bank with a cell phone you thought would work—but doesn't—to unfreeze it. Here is a checklist of things to do in the months and weeks before your big trip so that travel hiccups are minimized and you're free to enjoy the delightful unexpecteds.
If you don't have 80 days to spare, you probably at least have 80 seconds. That's all the time you'll need to scroll through this post– a showcase of nine of my favorite international homes from our Apartment Therapy House tours.
Air travel is the worst. Well, for us peons, at least. If you've got $21,000 to blow, then it can be pretty sweet, judging by The Residence, a three-room suite on Abu Dhabi-based airline Etihad's newest Airbus A380.
Welcome to daydream central. The winter days are cold and gray, and my thoughts have been occupied with nothing but sunny, luxurious spaces that could serve as warm escapes. If, like me, you're craving sunlight and beauty, read on and revel. I've got some real treats for you!
Looking for a little inspiration for your bedroom? We've rounded up six interiors from stylish hotels all over the world, chock-full of ideas you can steal for your space to make every day feel like a vacation.