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Steal This Look: The $4K Parisian Kitchen from Two DIY Experts

Steal This Look: The $4K Parisian Kitchen from Two DIY Experts

You might think the impressively low price tag ($4,200) is what makes this renovation from Parisian designers Heju so exceptional, but it’s also the size. The kitchen is nested in a chambre de bonne, Paris’s answer to worker’s housing in the.. Read More →

Golden State: The Needlegrass Rug Collection by DISC Interiors

Golden State: The Needlegrass Rug Collection by DISC Interiors

We’ve been fans of David John Dick and Krista Schrock, the duo behind LA-based DISC Interiors, ever since they launched their design firm in 2012. So we took notice when they recently introduced the Needlegrass collection of rugs with Marc Phi.. Read More →

Easy Meal Plan Sunday {Week 65}

Easy Meal Plan Sunday {Week 65}

Its that time of week Easy Meal Plan Sunday {Week 65} sharing six meals, two desserts and a breakfast recipe. Your week just got a whole lot tastier. I am always looking for new dinner ideas and sometimes, it is just so hard to come up with.. Read More →

Deviled Egg Chicks

Deviled Egg Chicks

These Deviled Egg Chicks are the perfect savory easter treat! So much fun for the kids to get involved with and most importantly, theyre outrageously delicious!! You know, Easter is always bitter sweet for me (excuse the pun). For someone with.. Read More →

10 Easy Pieces: Hypoallergenic Down Alternative Comforters

10 Easy Pieces: Hypoallergenic Down Alternative Comforters

Last year I had a suite of allergy testing done. Some of the results I half expected—cat dander, pollen, and mold—but when I learned feathers were on the list, honestly, I was devastated. If I wanted to breathe again, it would mean getting rid.. Read More →

The Soot House: Conjuring the Ghosts of Old New England on Spruce Head in Maine

The Soot House: Conjuring the Ghosts of Old New England on Spruce Head in Maine

Sculptor turned builder Anthony Esteves’ work is haunted by the dark side of old New England. “The homes of the 1600s have a ghostly quality,” he says. “They are defined by simplicity of shape and adornment, and stand to be noticed in th.. Read More →

Easy Meal Plan Sunday {Week 64}

Easy Meal Plan Sunday {Week 64}

Sorry this is late friends. Hoping that this will still give you some dinner ideas for this week or even for tonight. Its that time of week Easy Meal Plan Sunday {Week 64} sharing six meals, two desserts and a breakfast recipe. Your week just .. Read More →

Gesa Hansen’s Country Style: The Scandinavian-German Designer’s Family Quarters Outside of Paris

Gesa Hansen’s Country Style: The Scandinavian-German Designer’s Family Quarters Outside of Paris

Back in 2014, when we last visited Gesa Hansen, she had her hands full: she was living with her toddler daughter in a Paris apartment and running her furniture line, The Hansen Family, a collection of Scandinavian-accented, minimalist oak pieces p.. Read More →

13 Favorite Green Bathrooms from the Remodelista Archives

13 Favorite Green Bathrooms from the Remodelista Archives

We’ve noticed green kitchens on the rise (see Trend Alert: 10 Favorite, Time-Tested Dark Green Kitchens), but for some reason, the color is rarely seen in the bathroom. Perhaps that may be because green, depending on the shade, isn’t the most .. Read More →

Kitchen of the Week: Seattle Cookbook Author Aran Goyoaga’s Under-Budget Kitchen Remodel

Kitchen of the Week: Seattle Cookbook Author Aran Goyoaga’s Under-Budget Kitchen Remodel

It sounds like a unicorn: a renovation completed on schedule and under budget? And not just a little under budget, but a lot. Intrigued? We were, too. Here’s how it happened. The unlikely remodeling story begins with Aran Goyoaga, a Seattle .. Read More →

Trending on The Organized Home: Outstanding Organization

Trending on The Organized Home: Outstanding Organization

This week on The Organized Home, the editors perused Ikea’s new April collection, took a peek behind the cabinet doors of a viral kitchen, and more. Here’s a look: Above: The kitchen in design darling Emily Henderson’s Scandi-ins.. Read More →

Måurice: A Small Scandinavian Luncheonette in Portland, OR

Måurice: A Small Scandinavian Luncheonette in Portland, OR

Admiring recently: Måurice, a “modern pastry luncheonette” in downtown Portland, Oregon, serving savory dishes and fika-style pastries in a petite storefront space. Here’s a look: Photography via Måurice. Above: The small i.. Read More →

Holiday Gift Guide 2019: When Price is No Object

Holiday Gift Guide 2019: When Price is No Object

There are plenty of gift guides written this time of year with a focus on value, on keeping gifts under a certain amount. Those guides make perfect sense for your second cousin or for a headcount of 15-plus co-workers. This guide, however, is made.. Read More →

English Translation: A Compact Victorian Gets an Eclectic but Cohesive Makeover

English Translation: A Compact Victorian Gets an Eclectic but Cohesive Makeover

Here at Remodelista, we’re pretty omnivorous when it comes to architectural and interior styles. We can admire a dressed-to-the-nines formal home (like this one) and, in the same breadth, applaud a rustic DIY cabin with no running water (like th.. Read More →

Before & After: A Bright 17th-Century House Overlooking the Sea on Mallorca, for Two Young Architects

Before & After: A Bright 17th-Century House Overlooking the Sea on Mallorca, for Two Young Architects

One of the more original projects we’ve seen in a while, with the windows thrown open to let in summer breezes (and a fresh dose of design): Ca’n Rei on Mallorca, a 17th-century house far from the party scene and spring break resorts in the t.. Read More →

Steal This Look: A Japanese Bathhouse in a London Mews

Steal This Look: A Japanese Bathhouse in a London Mews

When designer Maureen Doherty called on architect Jonathan Tuckey to renovate the mews next door to her shop, she knew she wanted a bathhouse somewhere in the building. In an unusual move, Tuckey’s team annexed half of the ground floor to creat.. Read More →

Il Buco Vita: Pastels for the Italian Easter Table

Il Buco Vita: Pastels for the Italian Easter Table

We’ve been fans of Il Buco and Il Buco Alimentari & Vineria, a duo of restaurants by prop designer turned restaurateur Donna Lennard, for authentic Italian rusticity—and food—in downtown Manhattan for a while now. (See: Il Buco Aliment.. Read More →

10 Easy Pieces: Inset Mirrored Medicine Cabinets

10 Easy Pieces: Inset Mirrored Medicine Cabinets

Once you’ve selected the tile, ceramic ware, and faucets for your bathroom remodel, it’s time to source a medicine cabinet. If that means an inset model, it can be just as big a commitment as anything else. Choose wisely. Here are our all-time.. Read More →

EASY MEAL PLAN SUNDAY {WEEK 97}

EASY MEAL PLAN SUNDAY {WEEK 97}

Its Sunday so that means it istimeto make yourweek a wholelot tastier withEasy Meal Plan Sunday {Week 97}. Six meals, two desserts and a breakfast recipe, time to get your meal plan game on. I am always.. Read More →

A Legendary Provincetown Artist’s Home, Updated for Modern Life

A Legendary Provincetown Artist’s Home, Updated for Modern Life

If you’ve spent time in Provincetown in the last few decades, you know about Ciro Cozzi. An artist, bon vivant, and c0-owner of Ciro & Sal’s Restaurant, he was a beloved figure in town (when he died in 2013, Anthony Bourdain tweeted “RIP Ci.. Read More →

5 Clever, Efficient Ideas to Steal from a Cookbook Author’s Home Kitchen

5 Clever, Efficient Ideas to Steal from a Cookbook Author’s Home Kitchen

When it comes to efficient kitchen design, food magazines would have us believe that professional kitchens are the place to look for ideas. But the restaurant kitchen can be too antiseptic, too assembly-line for at-home cooks. Consider, instead, t.. Read More →

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