Archive for : August, 2016

Smart Ways to Fit More Seating Into Your Small Home with CTC Add a Few Poufs These soft chairs are basically sophisticated bean bags. And since they’re flexible, you can stuff them out of sight and in a closet when not in use. Try a Bench Booth The best thing about benches is when you’re

15 Cozy Fall Decorating Ideas with CTC Swap in Seasonal Greenery A bunch of magnolia leaves adds a fresh note to a muted living room by Cameron Schwabenton. The branches pick up warm colors of the space, including a reclaimed-wood mantel. Build up the Fire A classic log house in the Colorado Rockies

This Insanely Extravagant Dorm Room Is Nicer Than Your Bedroom The average college freshman’s dorm room consists of a carpet of unwashed clothing, some empty ramen packets, and a few classic movie posters peeling off the wall. But when incoming freshmen Lindy Goodson and Abby Bozeman decided t

 Forget Dinner Al Fresco — We’re All About Rooftop Dining This Summer with CTC New Ideas This Brooklyn brownstone’s outdoor kitchen allows you to take in the Manhattan skyline while sipping a freshly-mixed cocktail Craving outdoor space for grilling and gardening, designer Laurie Blumenf

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Many Stylish Kitchen Countertop Ideas You’ll Love with CTC Modern Wood This sunny Aspen kitchen, designed by Ann Wolf, showcases a blend of wood tones. The island countertop is iroko wood, with remaining countertops in a granite called Verde Eucalyptus. Half-and-Half Carole Lalli, former edito

Discover with CTC “Doortraits” Are the Latest Trend Sweeping Instagram If eyes are the windows to the soul, then doors are definitely the first glimpse into the heart of a home. This may explain why a new photography trend is taking the Internet by storm. “Doortraits,” or por

The Secret to Making a No-Light Space Look Bright Fake natural sunlight with the same tricks designer Mark D. Sikes used in this Park Avenue apartment. The best antidote to the all-day gray of Manhattan’s concrete and steel: A playful Park Avenue apartment that Los Angeles designer Mark D. Sik

ATHLEEN HACKETT: Four school-age children live in this New York City apartment. Who would have thought?  They have wonderfully stylish parents, whose aesthetic is an ideal combination of assured and devil-may-care. They want their kids to live in a home that telegraphs what’s important to them

11 One Room Challenge Trends to Try At Home Including a happy color that might up its value. Every season, the founder of the One Room Challenge, Linda Weinstein, is left in awe of the bloggers who take on the task of making over a room in six short weeks — and the 10th season was no exception. In f