Image via Abaton Haven’t you heard? Upsizing is the new downsizing. At least that’s the verdict according to a recent survey conducted by Trulia. Out of all the regrets homeowners across America have, buying a house that’s lacking in space ranks the highest. This may seem surprising since, over the last few years, people all over the world have chosen to “embrace minimalism” by giving up most of their material possessions in order to move into a tiny house. It’s a phenomenon that’s inspired a myriad of HGTV shows. It’s a trend

Image via Workstead As soon as that first hint of crisp fall air hits our faces and leaves begin to fall at our feet, we know that it’s time to get cozy. We’re talking cable knits, plaid flannel and all the hot cider you can drink. Whether you prefer to take a foliage trip or spend a weekend upstate wine tasting, these fall getaways are as cozy as your favorite sweater and as varied as the leaves themselves. The DeWitt Oak Hill, NY Filled with handpicked vintage pieces, The DeWitt is a one-of-a-kind stay as

If you’re one of those people who wakes up feeling wide awake and ready to take on the day every morning, then congratulations, because you’re a rare breed. For most of us, the 6 am struggle is very real. But morning person or not, dawn doesn’t have to be completely painful every day. From hanging the right shades to creating a functional closet, these design hacks will help you get up on the right side of the bed and find a morning routine that works for you. Bring on the

Back-to-school season is kind of like an unofficial new year. Though most adults don’t get a lengthy summer break to reset, it’s a good time to prioritize career goals and reorient ourselves before a fresh season begins. Whether you’re starting a new job or continuing on your current path, there are small things you may be overlooking that can help you achieve your work goals. To show you how it’s done, we paid a visit to our friends at The Zoe Report to style three team members’ desks with their individual

The dog days of summer are upon us. It’s that time of year when the blistering heat seems like it never will fade. In between humidity-induced tears, we imagine the cool air of Autumn and wonder if we’ll ever feel its soothing winds against our sun-kissed skin. The answer is yes. In less than a month, we’ll be begging for warmth again. But in the meantime, we’re here to offer you designer-approved tips on staying cool the stylish way. Whether you have air conditioning or not, these heat-killers look good in

Success can’t be measured, and it certainly can’t be guaranteed. But there is one thing that successful people seem to have in common: their habits. We’re not necessarily talking about what time they wake up in the morning or what they eat for breakfast. The truth is, successful individuals tend to have certain tools at home that promote a productive lifestyle. So what can you do to move forward on your path towards success? Designing your home with your goals in mind is a great place to start. Read on

If you have a giant walk-in closet with plenty of shelf space and neat rows of racks, then a dresser may not be 100% necessary. But if you’re like the rest of us, then keeping your wardrobe organized is a lot easier when you have a set of drawers to accompany your closet. Though dressers can fall on the pricier side of the furniture market, they’re an essential piece you’ll have for years to come. From luxe mirrored bureaus to classic mid-century ones, we’ve gathered 22 dressers under $1000 that will

There’s nothing quite like the feeling of cracking open the pages of a brand new book. Nothing that is, except finishing one. If you’re anything like us, the month of August has you scrambling to complete your summer reading list. But don’t worry — we have just the dose of encouragement you need. From stacks of books that climb from floor-to-ceiling to cozy corners ideal for a rainy day reading sesh, we’ve found fifteen dreamy home libraries that will inspire you to pick up a book (and maybe even create

Image via Apartment Therapy by Marisa Vitale Once upon a time, a minimalist and a maximalist moved into an apartment together… You can probably guess how the rest of this story goes. Whether you met your roommate on Craigslist or you’ve been BFFs for ages, combining styles — especially wildly different ones — can be challenging. The last thing you want to do is hurt your roomie’s feelings, but if that rug they have is offensively ugly, you have to speak your mind. Since it’s rare to go through life

Image via Lonny There are some rooms that strike a perfect chord between form and function. And then there are others that strike a perfect chord because they’re literally filled with musical instruments. From extensive record collections to walls lined with guitars, these well-designed music rooms sing with noteworthy style. Garage Band Whether you’re rocking out to Zeppelin on vinyl or repeatedly practicing “Stairway to Heaven,” you need a space that vibes with your rock and roll style. On the left, a large shelf stocks an extensive record collection while the room

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