Fall is always a great time to bring out the candles. The warm flicker softens any room or outdoor area. ShelterPop highlights some make your own candle projects and our favorite are these diy hanging lanterns from Craftynest.
This week Bettina Kowalewski released her book Bed in a Tree and Other Amazing Hotels From Around the World. We found the Dog Park Inn Bed & Breakfast to be one of the most unique spots she had selected to be in her book. Guests enter the body of the […]
Get your high style on at the DWR flagship store on Greene St. in NYC on September 24th. WHAT: Design Within Reach will host an evening with the editors of Remodelista, a one-stop sourcebook for homeowners going through the design and renovation process. The Remodelista aesthetic favors classic and livable […]
To design your own sleek modern kitchen there are more options than IKEA or spending big bucks on a designer. Henrybuilt from Seattle has launched a new line of modular kitchens called Viola Park. The goal of the company is to simplify the process of buying a kitchen, making great […]
Do you have great rooms or interiors that you’d love the rest of the world to see? Share your interior design chops with CasaSugar and their Su Casa interiors feature.
IKEA Heights from DaveAOK on Vimeo. Would you want to live here? [via LA Times]
In one of the most bizarre blog entries we’ve ever seen, Cal Finder has chosen to break down what type of window replacement various Star Wars characters should need. They’ve coined this new organization, Allied Forces Inter-Galactic Window Replacement Task Force (AFIGWRTF). We like what they’ve suggested for the Jedi […]
Breaking from @HomeDepot and @MarthaStewart Twitter accounts, their is a partnership brewing that will have Martha Stewart Living sell branded home improvement products in all Home Depot stores. Products in the outdoor-living category will launch in January in the U.S. and February in Canada, followed by products in the home-organization […]
Take a look at our recent articles on ShelterPop! + Not all women want to use the same tools as men and rightly so as these new female-centric tools are lighter and have smaller grips – Tools Strong Enough for a Man but Made for a Woman + Your wall […]
We’ve got a ton of build-it-yourself projects available in our archives and but we’ve gone ahead and pulled your favorite 21. Grab your hammer and get to work! 1. Build Your Own Outdoor Shower 2. Build or Demolish an Interior Door 3. Build Your Own Garden Box 4. Build a […]
Fishs Eddy has always been one of our favorite home stores in New York. They offer unique glassware, plates, stemware and other kitchen accessories for an awesome price. Recently the LA Times found the Floorplan collection from the Fishs Eddy designers which of course has floorplans printed across mugs, coasters, […]
All of the fuss circulating this week regarding IKEA’s decision to switch fonts (elegant version of Futura to plain-jane Verdana) got us thinking about one of the coolest scenes from the movie Fight Club. Ed Norton’s character ponders the question of “What kind of dining set defines me?” and dreams […]
This week the country is mourning the passing of Senator Ted Kennedy. In 1999 Architectural Digest did a feature story on Ted and Victoria Kennedy and showcased their Washington DC Home. The home is adorned with Kennedy family memorabilia including “photographs, letters and newspaper clippings are arranged like a mural […]
It’s only been 6 months since PointClickHome refreshed/redesigned their website and now they’re at it again. The latest redesign comes on the heels of HOME Magazine folding and with it the legacy of it’s online content. This iteration of PointClickHome singularly focuses on ELLEDecor and Metropolitan Home whose affluent taste […]
This build-it-yourself table by a first time furniture builder is one of the sharpest we’ve seen in a long time. The construction and craftsmanship look like that of an experienced builder. They explain the process which includes re-usable materials. This is a table built out of old pine & fir […]
We’d go with the Pirates of the Caribbean themed home theater. The starry night sky is awesome and reminds us of the Blue Bayou restaurant at Disneyland. We can hear the crickets now. The other home theaters here are just as impressive, especially if you are a fan of Star […]
Patrick Blanc is one of the most high-profile pioneers in the fantastic world of green walls. These vertical gardens are beginning to proliferate across Europe and it won’t be long before we see them across major US cities. Proponents argue that by infusing an exterior wall with a living organism […]
@nakedapartments shared this quick and easy indoor terrarium project. It should take you less than an hour and cost about $20. Low investment for a unique and pretty addition to any room. Here’s what you need to get started.
Chris from Apartment Therapy turned us onto a great new blog Our Brooklyn Roof Garden. The images found here make us long for New York again but we are still enjoying our outdoor space much more here in LA. Our downstairs neighbors kept a nice courtyard full of fresh flowers […]
You can find new and used doors all over Craigslist. Many are cheap, flimsy, interior doors but you’ll also come across some solid gems that were removed from old homes and built from one piece. Often times the heights and widths of these older doors won’t fit into modern door […]
So what does it take to make your place look great? Not big bucks or a lot of time. ShopSmart, from the publisher of Consumer Reports, shares 10 projects that can be done in a weekend for $150 or less: Punch up the numbers Cost $1 to $40 House numbers […]
We’re in Hawai’i! Spent last week in Honolulu visiting friends and spending time with our God son who is now 9. He took me out surfing at Tongs in front of the Elks club and showed me how it’s done. He pulled into a nice left and had the lineup […]