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The walls come crumbling down in this full gut renovation of an Upper East Side apartment by designer, architect and certified Feng Shui consultant Anjie Cho.
Looking to finally utilize that extra space you have in your basement? Consider turning it into a rental unit for some extra monthly income.
Make your own clean water everywhere—at home or on the go.
A garden that attracts bees will flourish and thrive. Bees visit flowers to collect both nectar and pollen, so plants that are rich in both are your best bet. Here are five types of flowers that attract bees.
Here are some tips to follow when hiring a professional landscaper.
Here are three ways to bring the Earth Day Celebrations into your home this year.
Woks, baskets, forks, brushes, thermometers, tongs, forks, vegetable holders, skewers—the list of grilling tools seems unending. Here's how to pick and choose your grilling arsenal wisely.
Floating desks save on space but add a real architectural flair to any room.
This California-based tile manufacturer carries on a tradition inherited from a small factory in Nicaragua.
After a long winter, everyone is eager to see the first daffodils. But some spring bulbs bloom even earlier than daffodils. Get a jump on spring by planting snowdrops, crocus, glory-of-the-snow and Siberian squill.
Stretch your space without adding to the square footage.
This San Francisco design firm puts a premium on client-connection, designing eco-friendly homes and rooms that mature with the occupant.
Interior decor trends change, blend or go out of date all the time. So, there’s a fair chance certain elements in your home are a few years behind when it comes to style. However, it is not absolutely necessary to carry out a tiresome and time-consuming refurbishment project.