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Jeff Bengtson’s mid-century home celebrates a lifelong appreciation of the natural world
Interest in wabi-sabi, a Japanese aesthetic that embraces impermanence and imperfection, is growing as homeowners strive to create more authentic spaces.
Talk ergonomically to me
Show your houseplants to advantage with one of these stylish vessels.
Not bigger—just better. Tips for designing a chic and efficient small kitchen.
Christine Ward at home among her collectibles and curiosities
After decades of enameled kitchens, unpainted wood cabinets are back in a big way. But the new interpretation is more refined, and really, a breath of fresh air.
Theodore Geisel would've turned 115 this month but his whimsical creations live forever. Here are some home accessories that capture the spirit of Suess.
An underused dining room can be a smart place for a home office. Here are some tips on how to do it.
Shoreview is an established suburb that prides itself on stability—careful planning, development and continuity.
Nothing transforms a space like wallpaper—here's what's new.
These charming aquatic balls are alive, fuzzy and popular as decorative elements and "pets."