There's no denying that remodeling can be a time-consuming and expensive process. But you'd be surprised by how easy it is to refresh a room with just a few simple tweaks—using materials and furnishings that you already own.
Looking for space-saving solutions? London stylist and writer Sara Emslie can relate. After pulling together her own tiny house—and years of gathering inspiration on the job—she produced "Beautifully Small: Clever Ideas for Compact Spaces." Here's a first look at the book, which comes out at the end of the month.
Not long ago we presented artist and blogger Abbey Hendrickson's Upstate New York kitchen that she overhauled for under $500. Her transformed dining room cost even less than that—and the results are equally impressive.
Eileen Fisher, the company synonymous with simple clothes and beautiful fabrics, is turning 30 and wants us all to join the celebration. Enter for a chance to win a $1,000 shopping spree at Eileen Fisher—all you have to do is take the Eileen Fisher Style Quiz.
Here at Remodelista, we know what we like, but what we can afford often takes some chasing down. We each have online sources that we swear by for antique, vintage, and secondhand finds at great prices. Have you heard of Previously Owned by a Gay Man? How about Chairish? Read on for more.
We're kicking off our Style on a Budget week by dropping in on a family who have figured out how to live cost consciously—and exceptionally well—in New York City. Hint: Just about nothing is new in their Jackson Heights, Queens, apartment.
Now that it's fall, the desire to fix up our rooms—paint, redo, maybe even begin afresh—has hit us yet again. And so we're delving into cost-conscious solutions this week. Join us for a celebration of standout design and remodeling ideas that are irresistibly affordable.
Have you ever wandered around a Henrybuilt showroom (or Boffi or Bulthaup or any number of high-end outfitters) and experienced kitchen envy? Or admired an architect-designed kitchen detail? I have. Here are 11 ideas to steal from the kitchen masters (carpenter required, in most cases).
"Glamour in the garden is definitely not an oxymoron," says Michelle. This week she and her team at Gardenista joined us in our celebration of high-style simplicity. Take a look at the highlights, including a new Before and After series.