Our new web series is perfect for the design-obsessed HGTV fan who doesn't mind getting a little irreverent. Read: All of you!
Thinking about buying your first home can be an intimidating prospect. Between mortgages, credit reports and down payments, it can all get a little overwhelming. We'll walk you through the basics of getting into a place to call your own.
Celebs: they're just like us! They love to eat, and as it turns out, they're cooks, too. These multitasking artists have turned their creative skills to the kitchen and are sharing their favorite recipes, family stories and cooking secrets with their fans.
Here's my answer to the often-asked question.
Design collaborations can be wholly inspired. A rock-n-roller pairing up with an affordable retailer, or a clothing designer working with a home goods company can make for unique and beautiful objects born of unexpected teamwork. Check out some of our favorite collabs of the year.
Get the lowdown on the latest hot-ticket item in bedding: weighted blankets. Find out what they are, how they work and how to get one for yourself.
This writer is taking on the tiny home trend with a radical idea: maybe you just need an apartment.
Whether you're new to a city, newly single or a new empty nester, take note of these tips on how to luxuriate in a solo meal from someone who's more than happy to ask for a table for one.
I've tried it all, and there's no solution if you're part of a couple that's got one clean person and one messy person. Your home will always be the battlefield on which you will wage your cleaning war.
In this week's episode of Design Goals, Meg is inspired by a big-time flashback to her childhood and Lili stirs up a little paint controversy.
In the latest episode of your favorite new web series, Design Goals, Meg and Lili stir up a little controversy and share a DIY fail.
This writer is taking the unexpected approach of teaching her son his way around the kitchen and her daughter her way around a toolbox.
What do you think of doing something trendy in your home? Should you stick to the classics or go out on a limb like Meg wants to this week?