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10 Easy Pieces: Grain Mills

10 Easy Pieces: Grain Mills

If you’re going to homestead, it takes more than making your own almond milk. Enter the grain mill: a compact, modern version of the traditional grinding stone of yore for freshly-ground flours and cereal grains. It’s the sort of appliance you.. Read More →

Timeless and Airy Interiors

Timeless and Airy Interiors

Salt Design Co.was founded in 2014 after turning a lifelong dream into reality. Based in Fair Haven, NJ, Sarah and her team have been creating timeless interiors across the Jersey Shore and beyond. What started out as a simple love for interi.. Read More →

Kitchen of the Week: A Hushed Old-World Swedish Design by Kvänum

Kitchen of the Week: A Hushed Old-World Swedish Design by Kvänum

To explore the quiet, austere beauty of classical Scandinavian design, take a look at Danish painter Vilhelm Hammershøi’s turn-of-the-20th-century domestic scenes. Rediscovered of late, his work is often cited as a source of inspiration for con.. Read More →

Remodeling 101: The Difference Between Carrara, Calacatta, and Statuary Marble

Remodeling 101: The Difference Between Carrara, Calacatta, and Statuary Marble

A marble countertop makes a statement. This quarried stone, one of the more expensive materials you can use, sends a message of luxury and style. But once you’ve read through the pros and cons in Remodeling 101: Marble Countertops and settled .. Read More →

Shipshape and Refreshed: A Considered Renovation of an 1898 Cabin on Maury Island

Shipshape and Refreshed: A Considered Renovation of an 1898 Cabin on Maury Island

Maury Island, in Washington’s Puget Sound, is small. You’ve likely never heard of it before, but you may have heard of its larger neighbor, Vashon Island, to which it’s connected via an isthmus built by local homeowners in 1913. (Before then.. Read More →

An Urban Hut in London by Jonathan Tuckey for an Under-the-Radar Design Doyenne

An Urban Hut in London by Jonathan Tuckey for an Under-the-Radar Design Doyenne

If you happen to be in London, strolling through Belgravia, and find yourself on narrow and winding Kinnerton Street, you might spot a group of frock-wearing women racing bikes, taking afternoon tea, and lunching in the shade of a potted bamboo pl.. Read More →

Upstairs-Downstairs Living in a Historical Building in Norfolk

Upstairs-Downstairs Living in a Historical Building in Norfolk

Proof of a well-considered space: Years after a remodel, its design stills feels fresh and exciting. That’s how we feel about Cold Press Gallery, an apartment and exhibition space housed in a former Methodist meeting hall from the 1800s. We firs.. Read More →

Claw Control: The DIY Cat Scratching Post

Claw Control: The DIY Cat Scratching Post

To be filed under Eyesore No More: An easy-to-make, minimalist cat scratching post from crafty blogger Molly Madfis of Almost Makes Perfect. It might even allow you to uncloak your furniture and let it go naked. Photography via Almost Makes Pe.. Read More →

Steal This Look: The Ultimate Summery Outdoor Kitchen

Steal This Look: The Ultimate Summery Outdoor Kitchen

I’ve always been a skeptic when it comes to outdoor kitchens (who needs anything more than a grill and a set of tongs?). I’m revising my thinking, however, after spotting—and swooning over—the ultimate setup from the Netherlands. From .. Read More →

Holiday Gift Guide 2019: The 11 Best Design/Architecture Books of the Year

Holiday Gift Guide 2019: The 11 Best Design/Architecture Books of the Year

Our highly opinionated annual guide to the year’s best design books, in no particular order. (N.B.: As always, we like shopping our local bookstore first, but we’ve listed Amazon prices here, if that’s your preference.) Francois Hala.. Read More →

Expert Advice: 12 Insider Tips for Sourcing Antiques and Vintage Online

Expert Advice: 12 Insider Tips for Sourcing Antiques and Vintage Online

We all know how to snag the best stuff at a tag sale—get there before the crowd, pounce when you see something you want. Getting the best deals, on the other hand, often means being there just as the doors are closing, when sellers are desperate.. Read More →

Kitchen of the Week: A Hacienda Kitchen in Sonoma’s Hippest Winery

Kitchen of the Week: A Hacienda Kitchen in Sonoma’s Hippest Winery

Brothers Andrew and Adam Mariani are fourth generation California farmers who, after spending time as vineyard hands in Europe, returned to their hometown and bought an old vineyard in the foothills of Sonoma, California, to start their own wine.. Read More →

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