Sharpies are such a versatile item. Sure, they’re an ideal office supply (and a must-have when it comes to preparing for a garage sale.) But Sharpies also have nearly unlimited DIY potential. Just ask my husband who, after becoming inspired by a C&H post I wrote a couple years ago, […]
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Last week we attended an amazing event by Lowes and Valspar Paint in New York City. They invited a small group of media to participate in a painting and design demonstration all hosted by celebrity designer and TV personality Nate Berkus. Lowes and Valspar setup an incredible event space in […]
We’re proud of our entire team of contributors here at Charles & Hudson. They’re a diverse bunch that are experts in renovation, electrical, design and architecture just to name a few. A couple of our contributors are also published authors and we wanted to share their work which is now […]
From designer and founder of Apartment Therapy, Maxwell Gillingham-Ryan, comes his 3rd book Apartment Therapy’s Big Book of Small, Cool Spaces. His latest offering is an evolution from his previous books which focused on a home design cure and real homes of real people. This book holds true to the […]
February was Home Hack month over at Apartment Therapy and Gregory Han, the managing editor of the LA site, created this amazing Home Hack that transformed the vinyl white floor of his bathroom to a vibrant and colorful tile. This was achieved through the art of stenciling which Gregory says […]
Yesterday I contributed to a Home Hack to Apartment Therapy for hanging snowboards. It’s a simple process that requires only a couple stoppers (rubber or cork) and screws. The weight of the hanging board keeps it firmly placed against the wall. Shown here is my vintage 93′ Jeff Brushie (classic […]
We pride ourselves on being a bipartisan blog but when it comes to voting in the Big Window Challenge we’ve put our support behind the meticulously appointed window of Maxwell Gillingham-Ryan of Apartment Therapy. This challenge also includes Eddie Ross of ELLE DECOR and Eilene Joyce of Bloomingdales. We’d choose […]
The Homies are happening right now over at Apartment Therapy. Nominate your favorite home and design blog. Sure wish they had a DIY/home improvement category.
We’ve been long time advocates for small space living and foresaw the backlash to McMansions that consume more energy, resources and materials than any house should. Apartment Therapy grew out of a tiny NYC apartment (most are) but their mantra of “saving one room at a time” can apply to […]
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There is nothing more refreshing than taking a cool shower outdoors. Unfortunately the only chance we get to do this is at a public shower near a beach which is great but wouldn’t it be nice to just cool off quickly in your own backyard without investing in a pool. […]
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 […]
Garden sheds become an afterthought in some backyards. A repository for random tools, pots, lawn furniture. These garden sheds from Apartment Therapy could standalone as the centerpiece of their respective yards.
February has been a blast! Traffic is surging and we are receiving a lot more feedback from our readers which we love. We launched our DIY City Guides in Feb and started with Los Angeles and Chicago. Portland and New York are up next, so if you’ve got some suggestions […]
In what has become a monthly announcement, another home magazine has shuttered it’s doors. The three year run of Domino magazine will end with their last issue and they will also shutdown the website. We’ve been pleased to be listed among the “sites we love” section and we suggest checking […]
After recently moving from NYC to LA we still have many boxes to sort through. Many of them being keepsakes and items that for some reason we’ve held onto. We’ve checked into Apartment Therapy and their recent post on “Why we hang onto stuff” is insightful and will be necessary […]
Wild and Wolf’s graphically vivid floral tools are causing quite the discussion at Apartment Therapy’s Chicago blog. Although seemingly innovative, Wild and Wolf isn’t the first company to produce tools targeted to women – Barbara K and Tomboy Tools, among others, have also created female-friendly models.