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A secondhand-furniture enthusiast had lived for years in her quirky but charming studio in Paris. But her home was designed more for painting than for living. She hired architect Miriam Gassmann to remodel the space and allow it to be bathed in light from colossal windows. The architect’s challenge was to restructure...
Houzz Call: Show Us Your Hardworking Garden Shed!
10 Ways to Cope With Grief During the Holidays
If you are experiencing loss, take it from an experienced griever — life has changed forever, but it does get better
Shop Houzz: Build the Best Bar Cart
Houzz | December 21, 2014
Once you invest in a home bar, entertaining really gets fun. You can sip cocktails you love, indulge in a nightcap and mix up fancy drinks that wow friends. First you’ll want a bar cart, then stock it with the right glassware, barware and tools —...
Great Design Plant: Winterberry Rouses Frosty Gardens
Energize dormant winter landscapes with this shrub's brilliant berries — and do right by hungry birds too
Houzz Tour: An Innovative Home Shows What It’s Made Of
Homeowners design their Washington, D.C., residence with sustainability in mind and to accommodate them as they get older
Celebrating Kwanzaa: Honor African Heritage All Over the Home
Bring the spirit of this weeklong celebration home by embracing its traditions and decorating with African-inspired pieces
Last-Minute Christmas: 3 Easy DIY Gift and Wrapping Ideas
With the holidays just around the corner, consider these creative ideas for presents and gift wrap this season
Small Skylights Add Comfort and Light Where You Need It
Better Circulation for a Family Kitchen and Bathroom
An architect’s smart design moves helped rearrange this Louisville kitchen to create a more sensible workflow
Shop Houzz: What’s Your Angle?
My Houzz: When Memories of Home Are of Paint and Linseed Oil
How to Make a Festive Paper-Cut Ornament
How to Cover Windows Above a Radiator
You Said It: ‘Lower Your Standards’ and Other Quotables