Renting a home without physically seeing it before you move in is not ideal, but it’s not impossible either. Here are six tips to make it less painful.
With the right team and a few intelligent strategies, that slightly over-budget property could be yours.
Researching your historic home is an exciting process—follow these basic steps to start digging into the past of the place you call home.
Whether you are married or just have roommates, transforming your space into a dream oasis requires compromise.
Largely found in upstate New York and the Midwest, summer kitchens were used in the late-18th and early-19th centuries to separate kitchen activities from the rest of the house during the warmer months.
Today, small, easily hidden speaker systems are the mainstays of home listening. But how did we get from full cabinetry to speakers not much bigger than a tin can?
New programs and updated regulations are changing the lending game. We went to the experts to understand the basic standards for getting a mortgage.
With Apple’s iOS 10 and the company’s new Home app beaming onto devices the world over, we’ve rounded up 7 compatible products to smarten up your home.
While both share the same basic function, there are also big differences, from the overall look and feel to more specific concerns like ease of mobility. For a quick idea of which category is more suited for your needs, take our flowchart quiz.
Aaron Christensen has been creating fun and immersive interiors for children for 20 years. Here are his top five tips for designing a creative space that works for both you and your kid.
Zoning regulations for tiny houses vary widely depending on the location, so we went to the experts to find out where it’s actually feasible to build the tiny house of your dreams and what you need to know before you do.
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Having scenic wallpaper in your house might be the definition of decor goals—but where should you look, and how should you decorate with it? We’ve asked industry experts to weigh in.