See the before and after photos of Décor Aid's transformation of a Greenwich Colonial, and learn the importance of balance in design.
Picture windows, rooftop decks, and panoramic views of the famous Los Angeles landscape.
Impeccably dressed, tastefully luxurious, see inside this four-story sliver of a brownstone in Stuyvesant Heights.
A simple Brooklyn brownstone whose insides are inspired by the lavish French salon.
If it sells at its list price of $3.3 million, this home at 381 Gates Avenue will break the record for a two-family home in Bed-Stuy.
Tour a bungalow by interior designer Maureen Stevens in Austin’s Hyde Park neighborhood. See the home and hear from the designer about her creative process.
Tour painter Mark Yee’s Wicker Park mansion on Beer Baron Row and see how the design team at Vincere Chicago turned a neglected mansion into a luxurious family home made for parties of seventy-five and coffee for two.
Kitchen designer Stephanie Pierce shows us the before and after of her total kitchen renovation. See how she maximized space, organization, and durability.
House Method’s house tours give you a glimpse into the beautiful homes of our favorite creators—here's a behind the scenes look at some of our favorite spaces.
We used Morrison Hotel Gallery's fine art music photography to illustrate five fresh ways to incorporate portraits around the home.
Design newcomer Inside Weather brings the custom furniture industry to a friendly place—design process, customization options, price point, and all.
Interior designer Jess Cooney has made a business of understanding the second home, and making sense of function and beauty is what she calls her secret superpower.
Twelve of the very best small inns and B&Bs perfect for the design lover. These guest houses leave no detail behind, every need and comfort of their guests seen to, their environments impeccably dressed.
House Method talked to six design experts to predict the kitchen trends we’ll see in the new year.
The first thing you’ll notice about Susan Serra’s designs is that her kitchens feel remarkably like thoughtful and inviting living spaces.
The House Method editors choose their favorite interior paint colors for the new year. See the best new neutrals, blues, reds, greens, and blacks.
Master quality, style, and local and ethical sourcing. See our editor’s picks for the best in 2019 style.
Eating healthy can be a challenge, but when you live in a city that offers you more of the things that can contribute to a healthier lifestyle it can become easier. We have ranked the best and worst cities in the U.S. for healthy eating.
Saving money doesn’t have to be as hard as you think. We ranked the best and worst cities for saving money based on five factors. Read to find out where you should live if you want to start building up a savings account.
Christmas movies are a wonderful way to get in the holiday spirit. We surveyed 4,500 Americans to find out their favorites.
There’s nothing quite like a Christmas cookie to get you in the holiday spirit. We surveyed 4,500 Americans to find out their favorites.
For those who celebrate Christmas, believing in Santa is part of their childhood. We surveyed over 4,500 Americans and asked them when they stopped believing.
We rounded up the best U.S. cities to live in if you enjoy living an active lifestyle and like to exercise. We analyzed the 100 largest U.S. cities to come up with our list of best cities for exercise.
Different states have different traditions and recipes for Thanksgiving dishes. We did the research and found the most popular Thanksgiving recipe by state.
Cheri' Ben-Iesau, House Method's 2019 scholarship winner, explains the importance of pocket neighborhoods and architectural design in this well-written essay.
Your guide to living your very best life with House Method: the real estate market, house tours, staying healthy, and expert interviews, and more. Just a few of the topics that we really love here at House Method.