Can’t get enough of styles from decades past? These pieces, inspired by The Great Gatsby, Downton Abbey, and Mad Men, will bring a little historical whimsy into your home or office.
It’s easy to feel like your space is limited if you live in a small apartment. But take some cues from people who live in tiny houses and learn how to make the most of your square footage.
Just decided to bring a cute ball of fur into your house? Your first step—make sure your place is dog-friendly. These puppy-proofing tips will make sure your dog and your stuff stays safe.
Tired of walking in your closet and feeling like you’ve entered a war zone? This former closet slob understands—and shares the systems that now work for her to keep every shirt and stiletto in its place.
Looking for a new roomie? Having a smart game plan going into the search can mean the difference between spending the next year enduring screaming and slammed doors and getting to kick back for booze-and-bonding movie marathon nights. Here’s how to make the right choice.
Between work, parties, family, and traveling, December can be an awfully stressful month. And while you may not be able to find the time (or the money) to splurge on a day at the spa, that doesn’t mean you can’t bring the spa straight to you.
Whether you still have a fridge full of Thanksgiving leftovers or you’re planning a huge feast for Christmas, here’s how to store some common holiday foods so you can nosh well (and not waste food!) all season long.
Having out of town guests often turns into a great excuse to spend a lot of extra money—but it shouldn’t have to put a dent in your budget. These tips will help you host on a dime.
If want to exercise your green thumb but lack the space (or climate) to plant a garden, fear not: Indoor herb gardens are fun, useful, pretty, and—for the most part—totally beginner-friendly. Here’s what you need to know to get growing.