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A Thorough Look at Houzz; Restoration Hardware Kids

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EAST HAMPTON, N.Y.—One of the most unusual Hamptons houses that's popped up in a while, a Robert Rosenberg-designed farmhouse is asking $1.55M. It's currently filled with the artwork of its owner, Joseph La Piana. [Curbed Hamptons]

THE INTERNET—Today the Wall Street Journal explains away the home-decor site Houzz with the patience and thoroughness of a kindergarten teacher. Meanwhile, design blogger and former Curbed contributor Raina Cox has a less-sunny opinion about Houzz. [WSJ; If the Lamp Shade Fits]

EVERYWHERE—Because hey, the little ones need tufting too, Restoration Hardware has launched its first-ever baby and kids' furniture and accessories inspired "from vintage finds and international design archives." The collection will offer "whimsical ideas for nurseries, bedrooms and playrooms." [CurbedWire]