Fernanda and Sophia Loyzaga Continue a Long Legacy of Mexican Craftsmanship

[ad_1] Sophia, Jorge, and Fernanda Loyzaga. Courtesy Loygaza “In Mexico, nothing is prefabricated—everything is handmade,” says Sophia Loyzaga. She would know: Along with her sister, Fernanda, Sophia, helms one of…

15 Best Shade-Loving Plants – Flowers That Grow and Thrive In Shade

[ad_1] Wolfgang KaehlerGetty Images Daydreaming of next year’s garden? Even if yours is mostly shady, you still can fill it with color. Many pretty plants will do fine under a…

Where to Buy Seeds and Plants Online

[ad_1] Every year in early spring, people start buying seeds and daydreaming of warmer days ahead. But last year was a little different. After the national emergency was declared in…

Airbnb Introduces Virtual Experiences for Neurodiverse Guests

[ad_1] With its latest announcement, Airbnb is continuing to introduce innovative ways for its users to experience the world. Earlier this week, the popular online marketplace introduced a series of…

The CB2 x Paul McCobb Furniture Collection is Here—Take a Look at Our Favorite Items

[ad_1] Studying history is often viewed as a way to honor who—and what—came before us, and we can certainly conclude that design-related history is no different. Case in point: the…

Watch Diane Husson Create Wood-like Furniture From Concrete

[ad_1] In her studio in Norfolk, Virginia, Diane Husson has spent the last ten years crafting furniture pieces that so closely resemble real wood, you may mistake them for the…

The History of the Detroit Home HGTV’s Nicole Curtis Wants to Save

[ad_1] HGTV’s Nicole Curtis is currently suing the Detroit Land Bank Authority (DLBA) after it took the deed of a property she had been maintaining and paying taxes on since…

Who Is HGTV’s Jennifer Todryk? 7 Things to Know About “The Rambling Redhead”

[ad_1] Jenn Todryk recently made her HGTV debut on the new series No Demo Reno, where she transforms homes entirely…without a massive demolition. However, before she began revamping interiors for…

The Home Depot’s 12-Foot Skeleton Continues to Bring Us Joy During a Difficult Time

[ad_1] Twitter / @nastywomanatlaw A star was born this past fall: Home Depot’s 12-Foot Giant-Sized Skeleton with LifeEyes. The bony giant, which retailed for $300, turned heads for its extravagant…

What You Need to Know About That “Not Haunted” Real Estate Sign Trending on Twitter

[ad_1] What’s got the Internet talking this week? This for-sale sign that calls out a rather strange detail about the home it references. On Wednesday, a woman named Margot Bloomstein…