Editors’ Picks

For those of us who aren’t exactly green with envy for Pantone’s 2017 Color of the Year, rest assured that there are actually nine runners up that you’ll likely fall in love with in the new year. Taking cues from the hues on the runways of New York Fashion Week and the color experts at Pantone, we’ve got your hot colors for 2017 (spoiler alert: kale isn’t just a trendy salad ingredient anymore). 1. Primrose Yellow It’s been a dark and contentious 2016, so we’re all looking for a little sunshine in the new year. That’s why

Photo via New Darlings The new year is the perfect time to take stock of what came before and decide if we want to carry it into our futures. So we want to know, what trends do you think are still going strong and what trends are soooooo over? Wanna keep your blush pink walls but burn your macrame? Still love reclaim wood but wretch over chevron? We want to know. Swipe right for still smokin’ looks and left for the losers. Then we’ll tally up your votes and report on

Image via Elle Decoration Humans may have more in common with bears than we think. When the temperatures drop, most of us like to hide away until the sun returns. But unlike bears, we prefer to hibernate in cozy corners stacked with blankets rather than deep inside dark caves. From reading nooks made for curling up with a gripping novel to window seats with perfect snowfall views, these are the cozy corners we’re dying to hide in this season. Scandinavian Whites Bright, white corners flooded with natural light are perfect for

Image via Leo & Bella by Fiona Walker England Toys — they don’t make them like they used to. A trip through your local toy store yields aisle after aisle of mass-produced, plastic, tacky and breakable eyesores that your kids will forget about in a month’s time. But it doesn’t have to be that way! There’s a sleigh full of playful presents out there that are well-made, and best of all, won’t make you sacrifice the style of your well-designed home. Wooden Works Perfect for the budding young architect, Blockitecture takes basic blocks to

Photo via Curbed NY It’s tough to get into the holiday spirit when the only light show you’re seeing is the glow of your MacBook and gridlock on the highway. But all you grinches begone, we’re shedding some light on the most illuminating holiday displays from around the world. Whether you’re in Paris or Palm Springs, Brooklyn or Idaho, there’s a light show to spread some serious cheer. Scroll through to find out which light displays are on our “nice” list this year! 1. The Festival of Lights at the Mission Inn: Named “Best Public Lights Display in the Nation”

Image from Cuddle + Kind We love giving and receiving gifts as much as the next person. But sometimes the frenzy of holiday consumption can start to feel a little, well, Scrooge-y. So how do you show that you care about both your loved ones and the wider world? By giving a gift that gives back. We’ve rounded up 18 beautiful pieces from companies with beautiful missions. From serveware that benefits the homeless, to environmentally friendly textiles whose proceeds help fund healthcare in India, these good deed gifts keep the holiday spirit burning bright.

Image via Details of Us It can be hard to get into the holiday spirit when you’ve got a to-buy list a mile long, road rage from all those parking space wars and bruises from battling it out over the latest it-gifts. And these days, it’s even harder to justify the angry hoards at the mall when you can fire up the ol’ laptop and play santa from the comfort of your flannel PJs. So we’ve rounded up our favorite online shops to suit all of your gifting needs. Happy shopping! The Citizenry The

Images via The Kitchen McCabe / Graham Gaunt Pop quiz: What’s the sweetest thing about the holidays? a.) Spending quality time with family. b.) Strutting your stuff in a shiny cocktail dress at the office holiday party. c.) Indulging in a plethora of sweet treats without feeling guilty about it. d.) All of the above. If you’re like us, then you probably answered all of the above, but let’s be real — Santa isn’t the only one who digs Christmas cookies. Becoming reacquainted with dear old friends like Snickerdoodle, Gingerbread and Peppermint

Image from Wizaz.pl Once upon a time, the day after Thanksgiving simply meant a stomach ache and an extra day out of the office. Then, Black Friday became a holiday in its own right, marked by hoards of shoppers lined up outside of Walmart at 4am, hoping to secure a goldmine’s worth of discounted goods. But thanks to the Internet, there’s no need to bear the masses anymore. Cyber Monday offers a treasure trove of home decor and furniture deals, all of which you can purchase online from the comfort of

Image via AD Design File Though we’re all for striking a deal on a new sofa or a set of linens, it takes a lot to endure the madness that is Black Friday. So instead of willingly walking into a shopping apocalypse of long lines and flatscreen TV brawls, we’ve prepared a serene escape from the onslaught of retail hell. Go to your happy place, surf online sales and check out these gorgeous black rooms.   Lacquered or matte? They’re both all that. The space on the left lends itself to a

1 2 3 12 Page 1 of 12