When unexpected visitors say they’re dropping by, follow these quick & easy steps to make your home feel welcoming & appealing to all five senses.
It's completely unrecognizable.
Some crazy fun stuff went down when Joey and I recently headed over to West Hollywood to decorate the new apartment of our recently engaged friends, Katie Maloney and Tom Schwartz. If you've ever watched Vanderpump Rules on Bravo or seen them on Instagram, you already know that these two are the very opposite of boring.
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Oprah was not pleased.
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Come on, just admit it -- your garage is wasted space. While most of us are guilty of using our garages for only storage, there are a fair number of people who are taking advantage of that extra square footage and starting a garage conversion revolution.
Not all makeovers require renovations (the dust! the commotion! the disorder!). Pretty exhausting, right? In fact, some of the most magnificent transformations don't require major disruption. And the results are significant.
If a room full of gray walls isn't your thing, use it as the accent by incorporating it into trims, doors or even kitchen
With the help of a my contractor and my friend (and awesome designer) Fernanda, we tried to make over our downstairs bathroom into something kid-friendly and bright but still faithful to the mirrored-tile soul of our 1967 Anchorage fixer.
The owners of this Turtle Bay co-op had an interior design request that might sound impossible - -- to transform this formerly under-lit, cramped, unusually-shaped Manhattan apartment into a spacious, airy urban retreat -- on a budget, no less!
In 2009, the EPA reported that 9.9 million tons of household waste was made up of discarded furniture, a number that has only grown in the past 6 years. But what most people see as trash, these 9 DIYers see as raw material
Among the things it was hard to imagine away when we purchased our 1967 "dream house" was the living area. It had 40-year-old sculpted shag carpets and walls covered in mirrored tile. There's something kind of charming about them, but... not really my taste.
You know those spaces you visit and want to sound optimistic, but while your heart is saying "yes," your mind is cautiously yelling "woah, woah, woah, are you sure?" This was the situation going on when I first visited this kitchen.