Reached the point of quarantine where you’ve begun to actively despise every last item in your apartment? We’ve got some good news: there’s a slew of incredible home design sales on right now, with major discounts on everything from furniture to accent pieces to area rugs. So toss out that dreary coffee table, swap in something brand new, and save a few bucks in the process. Below, you’ll find all the details on the sales most worth your time, along with our favorite deals from each—including some striking end tables, a lovely pleated lamp, and a colorful vase fit for
Many of us are rounding the corner on a full year of home life. All. The. Time.
Work, play, dinner, celebrations and downtime all take place in our residence, sometimes all in the same room, depending on our proverbial New York square footage, and that’s paired with a testy wallet fearful of spending in a pandemic economy.
“We’re at home and everybody needs a change,” said Charlotte Barnes, principal of Charlotte Barnes Interior Design and Decoration. “None of us have thought about our houses as much [before] because we were constantly running from here and there, working, meeting friends. Now
If you can’t get enough of Home Town: Ben’s Workshop with Ben Napier streaming on discovery+ and Clint Harp of Fixer Upper fame kept you on the edge of your seat (erm, carpenter’s bench), then do we have news for you: Tim Allen and Richard Karn are coming together to host a new reality competition series, Assembly Required, on The HISTORY Channel. The former Home Improvement co-stars will have you laughing and learning all along the way, and will also be joined by YouTube woodworking guru April
A home highlighted in countless design magazines for many standout features including an unusual bathroom is on the market for $2.5 million in San Francisco, SF Gate reported.
Originally built in 1914, the Craftsman style has been given new life with a renovation. The stunning three-bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom house (stretched out over 2,495 square-feet) has been featured in magazines like “California Home” and “Design and Fine Home Building” thanks to its unique, and updated,
Truth: Some folks were just fine with the fact that Thanksgiving and other holidays had to be scaled back last year due to the coronavirus. Frankly, less exposure to Aunt Martha meant you could avoid her gloppy casserole and prying questions about your love life.
But we’ll admit that watching the Super Bowl at home—when you’d rather be at your favorite sports bar tossing down hot wings and yelling at the screen—is just a wee bit depressing.… Read more