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  • Enter to Win a Leather Tote (Worth $450) Designed by Cathy Bailey for Heath Sews Studio
    by Remodelista Team on December 11, 2019 at 1:00 PM

    You, like us, probably know Heath Ceramics first for, well, ceramics: the iconic tiles, tableware, and vases that are by now design emblems of California. But, in addition to the outfit’s wide array of offerings for the home, creative director Cathy Bailey has, for the past three years, channeled her design background in footwear and

  • 10 Easy Pieces: Classic Robe Hooks
    by Alexa Hotz on December 11, 2019 at 9:00 AM

    We recently profiled modern robe hooks, but not every bathroom is fit for sleek, minimalist hardware. For the more traditional bath, here are our favorite classic robe hooks—good for robes, towels, and washcloths. For more hardware see our posts: 10 Easy Pieces: Wall-Mounted Door Stop Hardware 10 Easy Pieces: Floor-Mounted Door Stop Hardware 10 Easy Pieces:

  • Holiday Decor: The Over-the-Table Rod from Terrain
    by Julie Carlson on December 10, 2019 at 3:00 PM

    Have you noticed a proliferation of floaty vegetal holiday decor on Instagram lately? Fronds hanging upside down from rafters, natural décor moments over the dinner table? We have, and we took note when we spotted Terrain’s Over-the-Table Rod, an easy way to recreate the look. Were we early to the game (see A Seasonal Celebration,

  • Steal This Look: A Luxurious Master Bath in Shades of Pale
    by Fan Winston on December 10, 2019 at 9:00 AM

    When a project includes on its roster an architect, interior designer, art consultant, and lighting expert, you know it has to be a pretty special home. And when the client says it’s the master bathroom (and bedroom) that’s her favorite part of the project, you know that bathroom must be beyond exquisite. “The sun floods

  • Holiday Gift Guide 2019: 15 Gifts for the Waste-Free (and the Wannabe)
    by Margot Guralnick on December 9, 2019 at 11:00 AM

    For the person who tells you they really don’t want anything—because they’re paring back and trying to tread as lightly as possible on the planet. These 15 finds are useful, long-lasting, (mostly) compostable—and designed to delight. For Tiskets and Taskets Waste-Not Rug Alt Sponge Nature’s Laundry Soap Leftover Joy Market Kit Broccoli-Powered Shampoo Bamboo Brushes

  • Our Stone-Topped Coffee Table Hack
    by Sherry Petersik on December 11, 2019 at 4:25 PM

    For everyone who has been asking for the details on our new coffee table (glimpses of it have made their way into my InstaStories over the last few months – and boy did you guys notice!), I’m finally writing up all the details. How many words can someone possibly share about the hunt for and the creation of a living room coffee table that checks every one of their oddly specific boxes, you ask? Well, settle in. I shall regale you with a tale of woe and triumph and there’s even a random not-sure-it-even-works alien joke worked in there for good measure. Plus I’ll show you exactly how to get this exact coffee table if you want to pull this same hack at your house (it is BEGINNER LEVEL EASY). Let’s back up for a second. You know how sometimes you dream about an item that doesn’t exist and you’re like “I like this one thing but wish it had that other top or that other wood finish.” Like you want to pull a Frankenstein combo move and merge three things together? Continue reading Our Stone-Topped Coffee Table Hack at Young House Love.

  • #158: Holiday Decorating Around The World
    by John Petersik on December 9, 2019 at 6:00 AM

    After hundreds of submissions from Australia to South Africa, we’ve rounded up some fascinating (and extremely charming) ways that you guys dress up your homes all around the world to celebrate a variety of holidays. We loved hearing about everything from colorful Diwali decorations in India to elaborate Nativity scenes in Colombia, along with a wide range of tales about who brings the gifts (Santa isn’t the only game in town!). And we realized there’s one common theme that ties pretty much every holiday together across the globe! Plus we’re sharing the painful wrench that was thrown into our master bathroom progress, and why we need to have a word with Taylor Swift. Oh and the movie that you should run, not walk, to go see. You can download this episode from Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, TuneIn Radio, and Spotify – or listen to it below! Note: If you’re reading in a feed reader, you may have to click through to the post to see the player. Continue reading #158: Holiday Decorating Around The World at Young House Love.

  • Holiday Gift Guides For Everyone On Your List (With Stuff Under $20, and even $7!)
    by Sherry Petersik on December 3, 2019 at 9:51 PM

    As is the tradition, I’m always the last blogger in blogland to get a gift guide up (did I mention we just got our tree up two days ago?!), but I love searching for fun gift ideas all over the interwebs (including tons of small businesses & handmade items) and smashing them all into one big post for you guys! And this is that post, so let’s get down to business. There’s stuff for grown ups, finds for kids, and a ton of budget friendly ideas that are under $25, and even $15! Hope you find something you love for someone you love… even if that someone is you (I’m totally asking Santa for a few things on this list 😉 GIFTS FOR GROWN-UPS Here’s what we’re loving, either firsthand stuff we’ve bought ourselves and have really enjoyed – or things we’re getting for friends & family (or hoping to find under the tree).  1. Continue reading Holiday Gift Guides For Everyone On Your List (With Stuff Under $20, and even $7!) at Young House Love.

  • #157: How You Can Achieve Even Your Biggest Financial Goals
    by John Petersik on December 2, 2019 at 6:00 AM

    Don’t we all want mo money without mo problems? Today we’re talking with personal finance expert Tanja Hester about how value-driven spending and setting a “money mission statement” can help you reach even your biggest financial goals – whether you’re saving up for a home in your dream neighborhood, a big renovation, or even early retirement, which Tanja herself has accomplished. She’s sharing easy ways to trim your budget, painless ways to put more in the bank, and why she thinks most of us have more financial freedom than we think. Plus, we’re discussing a new holiday decorating epiphany that Sherry recently had (oddly enough it was inspired by Halloween and not Christmas) and why you may want to grab an often overlooked painting tool that can save the day. And your back. You can download this episode from Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, TuneIn Radio, and Spotify – or listen to it below! Note: If you’re reading in a feed reader, you may have to click through to the post to see the player. Continue reading #157: How You Can Achieve Even Your Biggest Financial Goals at Young House Love.

  • Stuff We Own & Love That’s On Sale Right Now
    by Sherry Petersik on November 28, 2019 at 5:37 PM

    Our annual rundown of stuff you can get cheaper than we did is here. Ha! Every year we check out the Black Friday deals (which literally start earlier every year) and we pull out stuff that we bought with our own money & really really like. And we share it here so you can snag things for 20% off, 30% off, and even over 50% off! We’ll try to update this post if more codes come out (just come back and scroll to the bottom to see all the sale links & codes in one place). Our fully upholstered bed is marked down from $949 to $572 (40%!). Ours is the Talc color, and it’s such a step up from a metal frame and so much cleaner looking without needing a bedskirt! Our woven blinds (we have these on every downstairs window) are marked down to start from $29.99 instead of $39.99 (19% off) . Continue reading Stuff We Own & Love That’s On Sale Right Now at Young House Love.

  • Pantone Announced Its Color of the Year and Here Is How We Feel About It
    by Emily on December 11, 2019 at 7:05 PM

    Every year, the world awaits the Pantone “color of the year” announcement, despite it actually affecting zero percent of our lives. Ever since I’ve been in design, I’ve scratched my head not knowing WHY they chose what they did and rarely thinking it will work in interiors. BUT like most things controversial, I enjoy the... Read More … The post Pantone Announced Its Color of the Year and Here Is How We Feel About It appeared first on Emily Henderson.

  • Sara’s House: Her Awkward-Yet-Soon-to-Be “Downton Abbey” TV Room
    by Sara Tramp on December 11, 2019 at 9:00 AM

    Welcome to the post all about our future TV room. It’s not much now. BUT ONE DAY SOON it will be a cozy, intimate, moody room where we cuddle to watch TV and take afternoon naps. Because this room is so small, we decided it was a fun place to take a few risks, and... Read More … The post Sara’s House: Her Awkward-Yet-Soon-to-Be “Downton Abbey” TV Room appeared first on Emily Henderson.

  • The Best DIY “Batch” Handmade Gifts
    by Jess Bunge on December 10, 2019 at 7:05 PM

    Gift-giving happens to be a pretty big part of the holidays. Have you heard? Heck, we’ve made NINE gift guides this year alone. And while buying a gift for your loved one who “has everything” seems like an impossible mountain to climb, we find it can be even trickier finding gifts for the neighbors, teachers,... Read More … The post The Best DIY “Batch” Handmade Gifts appeared first on Emily Henderson.

  • How to Style Your Dining Table for Everyday Living
    by Arlyn Hernandez on December 10, 2019 at 9:00 AM

    Earlier this year, while working on my MOTO (Makeover Takeover), there was one area where I felt like I had a little bit of a blind spot. I had a pretty good sense of the style I wanted to achieve, the blue velvet sofa was dialed in, but when it came to figuring out what... Read More … The post How to Style Your Dining Table for Everyday Living appeared first on Emily Henderson.

  • Our DIY Ornaments—Some VERY EASY Ideas and Some Pinterest Fails
    by Jess Bunge on December 9, 2019 at 7:05 PM

    I’ve started crafting. It’s could be part of a larger post titled “My Shocking Shift into the Parody of a Domestic Housewife” that I’ll write later, but for now, I’m very happy to report that my crafting blood has been ignited by a 4 and 6 year old. FINALLY, they are old enough to participate... Read More … The post Our DIY Ornaments—Some VERY EASY Ideas and Some Pinterest Fails appeared first on Emily Henderson.