Not all insurance policies are created equal. We went to the experts to answer all your questions about homeowners insurance.
To help first-time homebuyers figure out if they're ready to buy, we queried real estate experts to compile the key questions every potential homeowner should ask before sealing the deal—the most important one may surprise you.
‘Tis the season New Yorkers unfurl their wallets in the spirit of giving—be it to donate or buy gifts for their loved ones—and while they may be sure-footed in that spending, they stumble when it comes to how much to tip the building staff.
You need to spend some time thinking about your dirt, and figure out just how committed you can be to a watering routine.
Ergonomics, size, and construction are a few of the key things to keep in mind when buying furniture.
Smart home hubs are taking over—here’s what you need to know to find the right one for you.
Taking a renovation into your own hands may seem like a great idea, but is it realistic?
Choosing the right wall color will make or break your room, and given the thousands of paints on the market, it can be a daunting task. We asked two color experts for help.
TL;DR: If anything damages your personal property and you don’t have renters insurance, you’ve lost it for good.
Welcome to the redesigned Curbed Handbook.
If your idea of a well-appointed home is anything but an empty wall, then good news: The market is brimming with options to dress things up.
If you’re in the market to buy antique wallpaper, be prepared to search high and low.
A San Francisco couple shows how to turn your home into a smart one—in a relatively painless and potentially kind of fun way.
Restoring a historic house can be one of the most exciting—and overwhelming—experiences. We spoke with interior designer Steven Gambrel about his must-know tips for taking on any project.