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A cute corner shelf doesn't look cluttered when you group curvy pitchers and bowls in similar hues (and fresh cut flowers are always a happy accent).
This Century-Old Dallas Home Is Cozy and Eclectic
If you crave an architectural range hood, but don't want to lose your over-stove cabinet space, this DIY project is the perfect solution. See more at Everyday Enchanting »
Open-shelving can be a polarizing design choice, but hanging just one handy ledge means items you use frequently (or would love to display) are always within easy reach. See more at Domestic Imperfection »
A Vermont drop-leaf table, plus a baker's table and a plate rack from Ireland, decorating this kitchen.
A Home in Full Flower
Store baskets of food right next to the tools you use to prepare it, thanks to a pegboard's versatility.
11 Genius Ways to Organize With Pegboards
From slipcovered seating to fresh flowers, find out how homeowner and R&B gospel singer Dianne Palmer fills her kitchen with stylish decor.
With top-of-the-line materials and a multitude of head-turning hues, the following brands are putting an antique spin on brand spankin' new appliances.
10 Antique Stoves Every Collector Should Know About
Tour a Little Red Schoolhouse That One Designer Calls Home
This French Country-Style Cottage in California is Full of Delicate Elegance
Before & After: This Kitchen Gets a Gorgeous New Ceiling
Tour a New Orleans Home Filled With Historic Charm
Before & After: An Empty Hallway Becomes a Functional Open Pantry
7 Reasons to Try Open Shelving in the Kitchen
Natural elements of this kitchen—vintage wooden cutting boards, the Shaker-style barstools' woven rush seats, and a faded antique wool runner—warm up the cool space.
The key to incorporating a beachy vibe without feeling themed? Choose pieces with patina and sophisticated color schemes. The black-hued chowder house sign and porthole (lined with a photo of ocean waves) above the bar cart, for example, achieve a chic, not cheesy, look.