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One effect of the recent recession is the rise in live-in landlords. Perhaps you’re one of them, or are considering taking in a housemate. It’s something I did...
One effect of the recent recession is the rise in live-in landlords. Perhaps you’re one of them, or are considering taking in a housemate. It’s something I did...
Bedroom Storage: 12 Ways to Work Your Wardrobe
Do the items in your bedroom closet try to leap out and attack you every time you open the door? Have you already given up on ever finding your favorite shirt because it’s hidden behind a monstrous pile of balled-up scarves, stray socks and embarrassing...
Make the Most of Your Window Wall
The short space under a window can be tricky to furnish and decorate, especially when it hosts a bulky radiator. It doesn’t have to be that way! See what happens when you fit the area with a knee-high library, a sleek storage bench, bedroom dresser...
How to Tap Your Hall Closet’s Storage Potential
It’s the first spot you reach for when you get home, and the place for last-second grabs on your way out the door — there’s no doubt...
Clever Ways to Rethink the Linen Closet
If you’ve been living with a linen closet crammed too full or jumbled and messy, bring order to the chaos by rethinking this hardworking space. From dividing and conquering (towels in the bath, sheets in the bedroom) to installing smart closet organizers,...
10 Design Moves From Tricked-Out Bathrooms
Seemingly standard cupboards with smart, unique or high-tech elements and accessories behind their doors can make a world of difference when it comes to making a bath zone more organized and user friendly. Cases in...
A Hidden Charging Cabinet Corrals and Juices Family’s Electronics
“Everything tends to wind up on the kitchen counters,” says interior designer Harmony Weihs. While working on a breakfast nook in Jeff and Amy Miller’s Mercer Island, Washington, kitchen, she couldn’t help but notice all of the phones, tablets...
Houzz Call: Is Your Closet a Storage Powerhouse?
From keeping clothes and linens neat and within reach to stowing cleaning supplies and tools, closets are workhorses of the home. But it’s not always easy to keep a handle on what’s stored behind those doors. Which...
Bookcases and Floating Shelves That Break the Mold
Honeycomb, angular, cubed … there are more bookshelves than straight up and down. If you’ve been craving a change of pace where your library is concerned, consider these nine out-of-the-box ideas.
7 Keep-Tidy Tips for Compact Entryways
Small, narrow and nonexistent entryways can be quite a challenge to set up. And keeping them neat is another matter altogether. If your entryway keeps...
The 15 Most Popular Kitchen Storage Ideas on Houzz
As the home of appliances, cookware and every specialty gadget under the sun, the kitchen is and always will be a perplexing place to organize. The never-ending accessories and endless food cans, boxes and bags easily fill up every nook and cranny, especially...
Room of the Day: An Addition Designed to Bring a Family Together
Life in a household with kids often centers around homework, food and play. So when a Toronto family hired architect Mary Tremain, of Plant Architect, to extend the back of their house,...
Design Workshop: Smart Ways to Store Wood Outdoors
Shorter days and cooler nights are a reminder of how much I look forward to the fall, but also that winter isn’t far away. I watch the hard frost creep closer my studio here on the East Coast with each day, and I realize that it’s probably time to...
Hidden in Plain Sight: 10 Cleverly Closeted Home Spaces
Everybody loves a good closet, a place where you can shut a door to conceal clutter in one fell swoop. In that spirit, forward-thinking designers and homeowners have learned the advantage of tucking all kinds of living spaces — home offices, laundry...
Objects of Desire: File These Secretary Desks Under ‘Gorgeous’
When I think of a secretary desk, I think of my dad’s home office while I was growing up. When my dad needed to work, his antique mahogany secretary became an elegant place from which to telecommute. But when my parents entertained, it was closed to...
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