The Latest In Home Tours

This Nashville Creative’s 22-Foot-Long Closet Is Just One Pro of Living Alone

“If you love it, it will work” is her motto.

This Designer Imagined His 500-Square-Foot Paris as an Apartment Movie Set

Symmetry and mirrors make his small slice of Paris go round.

To Emphasize Her Rental’s Lofty Ceilings, This Philadelphia Stylist Created a 14-Foot-Tall Gallery Wall

Her pro tips on arranging art and more.

This British Designer’s Majorca Home Is a Crash Course in Pattern Mixing

Get whisked away in a rainbow of colors.

A Cane Screen and Two Bookcases Cleverly Divide One Large Living Room Into Three Spaces

No structural changes necessary.

A Plywood Kitchen and DIY Furniture Gave This Aussie Apartment Life Again

And the sconce that makes it feel like a “holiday in the South of France.”

This Mom of Two Turned Her Own Childhood Home Into an Airy Scandi Dream

White paint, an open plan, and built-ins transformed the 1923 house.

How an NYC Family of 6 Finds Respite (and Space!) in Their Three-Bedroom Apartment

Adding a closet for scooters and strollers was key.

All the Little Custom Details (Cast-Bronze Baby Feet!) I Added to My Pasadena Home

By Salad for President’s Julia Sherman.

Napoleonic Architecture and Mid-Century Furniture Meet Head-On in This French Home

And a supersized bay window for a 2021 touch.

Rainbow Walls and Mini Food Figurines Bring the Fun to This Brooklyn Family Home

Where two dogs and a 5-year-old can be themselves.

This Couple’s Reno Mistakes Only Add to the Charm of Their 19th-Century House

The result: “Warm minimalism–meets–modern château.”

Why This Designer Loves Walnut Furniture—So Much So It’s in Every Room of This Chicago Ranch

Move over, oak.

This Designer’s Aversion to White Fueled Her Feel-Good Seaside Home

Floral wallpaper and pressed tin can be nautical.

A “Keeping Room” and Party Barn Made This Couple’s 1920s Farmhouse Their Own

It’s big enough to sleep 20—yes, you read that right.

The Peppy Patterns in This London Apartment Clash on Purpose

“I wanted it to feel eclectic and unintentional—not too ‘done.’”

How This Photographer’s Studio by Day Turns Into a Guesthouse at Night

It’s all about hiding the computers.

It May Not Look Like It, But This Cottage’s Kitchen Was a Budget Affair

A modern-day monochrome palette ties it all together.

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