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In This Compact Barcelona Apartment, Space Is Maximized With Smart Material Choices
In This Compact Barcelona Apartment, Space Is Maximized With Smart Material Choices
In the heart of Poblenou, a neighborhood in Barcelona that was once the epicenter of industry in the 19th century, rising real estate prices mean that people are finding better...
6 Ways to Declutter and Free Up Space in Your Bedroom
6 Ways to Declutter and Free Up Space in Your Bedroom
A well-designed bedroom should encourage you to unwind and unplug from the chores and activities of the day and enjoy a deep, restful sleep—but that’s not always the case.
Nature Drove the Design of This Sculptural, Cor-Ten Steel House in Northern California
Nature Drove the Design of This Sculptural, Cor-Ten Steel House in Northern California
Nature informs every aspect of a Northern California residence.
Top 4 Homes of the Week That Celebrate Earth Tones
Top 4 Homes of the Week That Celebrate Earth Tones
Black, white, gray, and beige. This simple yet powerful combination of colors is guaranteed to give your home a warm, inviting look.
Spotlight on the Midcentury Design Duo Who Invented the Term Indoor/Outdoor Living
Spotlight on the Midcentury Design Duo Who Invented the Term Indoor/Outdoor Living
Midcentury design duo Hendrik Van Keppel and Taylor Green set an enduring standard for modern outdoor furniture.
Hit the Road With This Shou-Sugi-Ban Trailer Asking Just Under $50K
Hit the Road With This Shou-Sugi-Ban Trailer Asking Just Under $50K
ESCAPE One is a road-ready tiny home with 276 square feet of adaptable space.
A Minimalist Mexican Retreat Uses an Array of Strategies to Beat the Heat
A Minimalist Mexican Retreat Uses an Array of Strategies to Beat the Heat
Comprised of four modules arranged around a central courtyard, this home is a fresh take on the casa de fin de semana.
Modern Kitchen Upgrade Ideas From a Danish Design Firm That's Challenging the Kitchen Market
Modern Kitchen Upgrade Ideas From a Danish Design Firm That's Challenging the Kitchen Market
Kitchen remodels can be intimidating, partly because of the myriad of choices and decisions that must be made for both aesthetic and practical reasons—not to mention possible...
At Utopie Plastic, Futuristic Plastic Homes Make an Appearance at a 19th-Century Metal Factory
At Utopie Plastic, Futuristic Plastic Homes Make an Appearance at a 19th-Century Metal Factory
Somewhere in-between the mid-19th century, the 1960s, and the future, lies Utopie Plastic, or Plastic Utopia: an outdoor art exhibit at a new exhibition space in Marseille that's...
Wrapped in Galvanized Steel, ‘Cube House’ in Vancouver Asks $12.8M
Wrapped in Galvanized Steel, ‘Cube House’ in Vancouver Asks $12.8M
The 3,709-square-foot residence features a glass-encased main floor and a well-appointed rooftop deck for outdoor entertaining.
A Rookie Designer and Her Builder Father Create an Artist's Sculptural Loft in the Desert
A Rookie Designer and Her Builder Father Create an Artist's Sculptural Loft in the Desert
A rookie designer, a veteran builder, and an artist eschew the traditional and join forces to create a singular residence in northern New Mexico.
A Modern Liquor Market in Culver City Reminds the Neighborhood to Drink Well
A Modern Liquor Market in Culver City Reminds the Neighborhood to Drink Well
Los Angeles-based Project M Plus turns a dilapidated liquor store into a European-inspired retail space that caters to a wide range of wine lovers, beer aficionados, and spirit...
A Miami Renovation That Blends Concrete and Rich Wooden Interiors
A Miami Renovation That Blends Concrete and Rich Wooden Interiors
Designed with Floridian sensibilities, this bright loft gives an otherwise industrial space some warmth.
A Careful Renovation Brings New Life to a Family’s Heritage Home on the Spanish Coast
A Careful Renovation Brings New Life to a Family’s Heritage Home on the Spanish Coast
Thanks to a careful renovation that included a handful of preservation challenges, a family's Spanish beach house is given new life—and a big dose of light.
A Family’s Cramped Bungalow Is Replaced With an Accessible and Affordable Prefab
A Family’s Cramped Bungalow Is Replaced With an Accessible and Affordable Prefab
In Santa Monica, a couple go all in on a prefab home that’s flexible and accessible and unabashedly part of their neighborhood.
A Louis Kahn-Inspired Barn That’s Lined With Floor-to-Ceiling Shutters
A Louis Kahn-Inspired Barn That’s Lined With Floor-to-Ceiling Shutters
Giant shutters open and close a rural Pennsylvania residence, tempering light and heat.
How Mixed Reality Can Conquer Buyer’s Remorse
How Mixed Reality Can Conquer Buyer’s Remorse
Welcome to the future of furniture shopping.
When Your House Wants to Talk About Fast Food
When Your House Wants to Talk About Fast Food
A smart-home marketing stunt gone wrong.
Remember, Smart Tech Isn’t Always so Smart
Remember, Smart Tech Isn’t Always so Smart
Four of the less-intelligent trends in home automation.
Vertical Gardens Spruce Up a Dusty Monument
Vertical Gardens Spruce Up a Dusty Monument
Some serious greenery transforms a 1940 building in Lisbon, Portugal.

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How To Remove Wallpaper

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