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interior design ideas & decorating tips

  • Rich colors + botanical prints

    The anti-pastel guide to spring decorating

    Inspiration to take on your spring updates with a heap of creativity...and close to zero of the expected pastels we're used to seeing this season.

  • Room 1/"Outrageous rooms"/Photo: TASCHEN

    No joke: Outrageous rooms that are high on design

    A style of your own is no laughing matter -- after all, it’s what makes a house your home. That’s why we’re taking a look at seven rooms that are full of personality, color and ingenuity. It’s no joke that these interiors are high on design, a little outrageous and wonderfully unique.

  • Garden courtyard

    22 new ways to landscape your yard

    Update your front yard or backyard design with shrubbery, gardens, walkways, and more.

  • Pop-Up House by Multipod Studio. AFP Photo, ©Courtesy of Multipod Studio // Pop-Up House by Multipod Studio. AFP Photo, ©Courtesy of Multipod Studio (Pop-Up House by Multipod Studio. AFP Photo, ©Courtesy of Multipod Studio)

    French architects design modern 'Pop-Up House' which can be completely recycled

    Low-cost structure doesn't require tools to build.

  • Project ‘HuisRaad’ Furniture, object ‘VouwPlaats”. APF Photo, ©Tommy de Lange commissioned by Textiel Museum, design by Studio Makkink & Bey  // Project ‘HuisRaad’ Furniture, object ‘VouwPlaats”. APF Photo, ©Tommy de Lange commissioned by Textiel Museum, design by Studio Makkink & Bey  (Project ‘HuisRaad’ Furniture, object ‘VouwPlaats”. APF Photo, ©Tommy de Lange commissioned by Textiel Museum, design by Studio Makkink & Bey )

    Portable furniture for nomads

    As our lifestyles become increasingly nomadic, furniture design has had to adapt itself.

  • 1. Lighting

    Top 10 outdoor design trends for 2014

    The American Society of Landscape Architects recently released the results of its 2014 Residential Landscape Architecture Trends Survey. Landscape architects who specialize in residential design across the country were asked to rate the expected popularity of a variety of residential outdoor design elements for the upcoming year. No shocker: The findings showed that people are looking for low-maintenance design suited for entertaining and relaxing. Here’s a look at some of the specific outdoor living features and design elements that respondents rated as the most in-demand for 2014. By Lauren Matthews

  • Corral chicly

    Brighten up your home with these finds under $20

    Colorful pieces that won't break the bank.

  • Decorating dos and don'ts. © Adam Gault, Getty Images. // Decorating dos and don'ts. © Adam Gault, Getty Images. (Decorating dos and don'ts. © Adam Gault, Getty Images.)

    12 decorating dos & don’ts from top designers

    No rules — but timeless, unforgettable advice. Twelve designers share their favorite words of wisdom.

  • A framed front door

    12 ways to refresh your porch

    Your front porch is often the first thing people see when they visit your home. It can also be a great place for you and your family to rest and retreat from the cares of the day. If your porch has started to look a little tired or uninteresting, you can use one or more of the following tips to make it something really special.

  • Lamp/"Color theory going green"/Courtesy of the Manufacturer

    Color theory: Going green with decor under $250

    Green is gold and if that’s your color du jour, we’ve got the goods for you. From handmade dinnerware to tabletop accessories and even a contemporary lamp that shines, check out these 12 decor finds that will turn your home into the Emerald City.

  • Tria Giovan

    You know you're a maximalist when...

    Some call it dramatic, over-the-top, and too much to handle—you call it home. Your decorating mantra is "more is more." By Sarah Bray

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