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Apartment Therapy's Maxwell Ryan shows us how to declutter your office and make it into and efficient work space.
All 10 of these tiny homes prove that space is relative. Your home is only as tiny as you let it feel. So, apply these space-saving tips and storage tricks when you can. Because you deserve to have a bigger home without actually paying for one.
Five home decor terms you're probably saying wrong.
After throwing out one too many packages that had spoiled while languishing in the back of my fridge, I decided it was time
It goes without saying that well-known sites like Apartment Therapy and Houzz are great resources. But there are lots of others out there that can help you cultivate your taste and create polished, authentic interiors.
Over the years, we've shared a lot of money-saving projects, large and small. If you can make something at home easily and
We've featured tons of kitchen makeovers over the years, and they remain some of our favorite posts. These “Before & After
We bought these year to decorate our apartment for a video shoot and they are awesome. Long strings of tiny, bright single
While it may seem excessive at first, an extra apartment can be a necessity for most people. Here are some practical uses for a second place of your own.
This week, I share tips about European decor, featuring the advice of my friend and interior decorator Tom Landry, whose taste is completely in line with mine (he could be an adopted European, even though he is a New Orleanian).
As we settle into the new year, it's a great time to be pro-active and get a jumpstart on spring-cleaning your home. Our friend Maxwell Gillingham-Ryan from Apartment Therapy gave us some great ideas how to clean, re-organize, de-clutter and revamp your home right now.
Home decor enthusiasts are replacing the perfect body with the perfect lampshade.
Flickr photo by HBarrison, used under a Creative Commons license. For those who don't love their neighbors' paint jobs, have
Maxwell Gillingham-Ryan founded the site after the New York Times profiled for the cute, tiny Greenwich Village apartment