Pops of yellow, fluffy textures, and rearranging existing furniture changed the look of this New York studio entirely.
If you're Leandra, copper chairs don't have to be comfortable if they're beautiful. And sometimes your shoes look like electrocuted puppies.
Moving from London to NYC, Tina needed her new apartment to feel homey ASAP. Colors and furnishings that remind her of home make this space feel perfectly lived in.
We talk food, boys (men!), and blog life with the Internet guru of menswear.
A gray and white palette with hints of pink makes for a calming, neutral nursery.
Making a workspace fun and comfortable with company colors and upgraded basics worked wonders for a San Francisco startup. Even their company pug agrees.
We talk music, food, and moose heads with New York Mag's very cool and collected Carolyn Murnick.
Another layout in the same room with the same furniture.