5 Kitchen Island Ideas
Kitchen islands can be both functional and beautiful. Here are 5 kitchen island ideas for your home.
We analyzed 10 HGTV and DIY Network shows to reveal the top styles, most-used colors, and must-have furniture accents used by TV's design stars. Learn how today's design elite approach home design.
Marble countertops are one of the most popular home design options—they’re a luxurious statement piece accessible at a range of price points. Here’s everything you need to know about marble countertops, from heat resistance and durability to price and maintenance.
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Pollinators like birds, bees, and butterflies are vital to plant health and food production. Learn to cultivate plants that attract pollinators in your garden.
Get excited about the arrival of spring with our guide to eight popular spring flowers.
Learn how to choose the best treadmill for your home gym. Get the scoop on what makes a great treadmill and see House Method’s top recommendations.
See how a $14.8 million penthouse lives up to Wooster Street’s conflicting reputations as an historical yet luxurious neighborhood in SoHo.
Tour a house built and designed from scratch in just nine months. See how the homeowners improved the flow of their home and made it look more historic by focusing on small, important details.
A wraparound porch, a tin roof, vaulted ceilings, and lovely, thick baseboards. Tour this 100-year-old Durham, NC, farmhouse and see how its character and history have beautifully preserved.
Inspired by traditional and industrial-style elements, see how two Charlotte homeowners updated the interior and exterior of their home for a more natural feel.
Style blogger Grace Lee of Gracefullee Made gives us insight on styling an apartment and making it your own.
Peek inside a gorgeous penthouse perched atop Tribeca’s historic 44 Lispenard Street, once home to A-listers John Krasinski and Emily Blunt, and neighbor to more stars.
Tour a Charlotte, NC, home flipped while planning a wedding. Now with their first child on the way, the couple gave us a look at what they did with their fixer upper.
Tour a 160-square-foot tiny home designed and built by the homeowners. Find out how they did it, what they learned, and what they wish they knew going in.