In this kitchen in Mill Valley, California, designer Leigha Heydt brought in varying tones of gray to create a soothing feel
Matcha Matcha is more than just the superfood of the moment. It has great potential to shake up your dinner plans, too. Sure
Just when you thought you had it all figured out.
It's all in the details.
Antiqued mirrored glass brings a softly reflective element to a room and makes a wonderful material for a backsplash. It's practical and easy to wipe down, but it also boosts the feeling of space and creates depth.
You can place a microwave high, low, out of sight or within easy reach, and there are pros and cons for every choice. Here's a look at those advantages and disadvantages, so you can figure out the kitchen configuration that's right for you.
From the slam and squeak of a screen door to the scent of berry pie wafting from its windowsill cooling spot, summer in the kitchen can stir up cravings for times gone by (or at least their style).
In our opinion, the best kitchens are those that look like the homeowners actually cook! Whether your kitchen is dated, classic, modern, or trendy, styling adds much-appreciated warmth and personality. Nothing beats having friends and family gather in the kitchen to chat and eat, so make it inviting!
Forget the daffodils, Southern Californians know it's spring when the annual Pasadena Designer Showcase House for the Arts (PSHA) opens its decorated doors to the public.
In New Orleans, Fulk starts with color. "A wonderful deep coral color that reminded me of boiled shrimp," he says of the