Top 4 Choices of Ceramic Serving Bowl Your Kitchen Needs In 2020

When you fall in love with your kitchen and start enjoying preparing all kinds of dishes, you will soon find yourself thinking about how you can enhance your serving techniques. Whether you are a master chef or an amateur who’s just getting started exploring their cooking potentials, one thing is for sure. You will worry … Read more Top 4 Choices of Ceramic Serving Bowl Your Kitchen Needs In 2020

Mobile Home Tips In Setting Up An Open House

Through leading realtors from US mobile home pros comes a set of fool-proof tips when it comes to preparing for your mobile home for an open house. An open house is a doorway that should lead to a potential sale from a potential buyer (or plural). With these easy-to-follow steps, you’ll be much closer to … Read more Mobile Home Tips In Setting Up An Open House

5 Tips for Getting Your Home Ready for Fall

Sugar, spice, and everything nice – that’s what fall is made of. Whether you’re a sun worshipper, or only dare to leave the shade when pumpkins are already grinning back from your neighbours’ porches, there’s no denying that fall brings with it some great perks. From cozying up indoors for a movie marathon, to burying … Read more 5 Tips for Getting Your Home Ready for Fall

Best Tips to Protect Your Garden Table and Chairs Coming Winter

Winter brings with it harsh weather that takes a toll on your expensive garden furniture including tables, chairs, benches, and sofas. No matter what material you use, whether it is metal, wood, or plastic, you need to protect them from snow and moisture damage. If you do not have much storage space, we recommend that … Read more Best Tips to Protect Your Garden Table and Chairs Coming Winter

Wooden cottage with unusual architecture in the mountains of Norway

Looking at the pictures of this unusual mountain cottage in Norway, one might think that the architects wanted to camouflage the house as a local landscape. Not only is the facade decorated with raw wood logs, unusually laid out diagonally, but also the roof is covered with live grass. Nature here has completely captured the … Read more Wooden cottage with unusual architecture in the mountains of Norway

French classics in color: renovated 17th century estate in the south of France

When some time ago Christophe inherited this magnificent 17th-century mansion in the south of France from his grandmother, he could not immediately decide whether to keep the estate for himself or not – a lot of effort and finances had to be invested in its reconstruction. But his love for classical architecture and memory convinced … Read more French classics in color: renovated 17th century estate in the south of France

The charm of a Swedish cottage

Today is Saturday, and this means we have another cute Scandinavian dacha. Interestingly, the inhabitants of Sweden love their traditional summer cottages so much that they almost always decorate them in the same classic Scandinavian style – no minimalism and concrete surfaces. Just take a look at this lovely two-story house in a Swedish village … Read more The charm of a Swedish cottage

This week, we unveiled the longlists for Dezeen Awards 2020

This week on Dezeen, we revealed the longlisted architecture, interiors and design projects that are in line to win this year’s Dezeen Awards, as well as the studios producing the best work. In total, we received over 4,300 entries from 85 countries for the third edition of Dezeen Awards. There are 302 projects on the architecture … Read more This week, we unveiled the longlists for Dezeen Awards 2020

How “White Flight” Segregated American Cities and Suburbs

White flight refers to a mass exodus of white people retreating from an increasingly diverse setting—such as, most notably, the mid-20th-century migration of white households from cities to the suburbs as more people of color moved into America’s urban neighborhoods.  Seeking to flee the oppression and terror of the Jim Crow South and to pursue … Read more How “White Flight” Segregated American Cities and Suburbs

10 Gray Sofas That Prove Neutral Doesn’t Always Mean Boring

We independently select these products—if you buy from one of our links, we may earn a commission. While there’s nothing like a colorful sofa to add some major personality to a living room, you shouldn’t feel bad if bright and bold colors just simply aren’t your thing. Gray sofas will never go out of style … Read more 10 Gray Sofas That Prove Neutral Doesn’t Always Mean Boring