By Anna Winston
By Anna Winston
By Dan Howarth
Submerged below a sandy bank and enclosed by a zigzagging rammed-earth wall, these twelve subterranean rooms provide temporary accommodation for cowboys on an Australian cattle station (+ slideshow). (more…)
What kind of vibe is your bedroom giving off these days? Bold and motivating? Slightly messy and a little sad? Forget how it’s has been feeling. Let’s focus on how you want it to feel. Do you want your bedroom to feel as peaceful as falling asleep on a pillow of clouds overlooking a dewy meadow? Then you might want to incorporate these nine ideas and design elements into your sleep space, pronto.
Karen told us her home was inspired by Saarinen’s Gateway Arch. Actually, she said it like this, “It’s my arch— I just allow it to reside in St. Louis.” Looking at her home, it’s easy to see its amazing mid-century style, but we also noticed the many savvy and strategic ways that Karen used color to enhance her great architecture and decor. These tricks would work with any style.
If you’ve been reading Apartment Therapy and participating in the Cure, you know all about the power of a well-organized entryway to help catch clutter and keep your home looking beautiful. But did you know the things you decide to keep by your front door can also save you time every day?
Our new book, Complete + Happy Home, is the official textbook to become your own Apartment Therapist. By now, you’ve heard about the curriculum (the stuff in the book), the faculty (the folks who wrote the book) and tuition (it’s less than $20 right now!). Now it’s time to hear from the experts…