Curbed EIC Kelsey Keith shares her final Editor’s Notes.
Decor inspo from ‘Goodnight Moon’
The children’s classic is currently in heavy rotation at my house.
Finding comfort and entertainment at home
Now that I’m back online for a good portion of the day, I’m looking for ways to decompress in my time off.
Reupholstered and it feels so good
What it’s really like to get a sofa covered on a budget.
The candle quagmire
I’ve sniffed out some tough truths about burning smell-goods at home.
Vacation (thrifting) all I ever wanted
Thrift store recommendations in D.C., Chicago, and Maine, plus tips for shopping secondhand home goods.
Secondhand is my first choice
Estate sales, flea markets, and the art of haggling.
This Texan’s Marfa recs
Curbed’s interim EIC Mercedes Kraus travels to Far West Texas, her favorite region of her home state.
My best of 2019 (yes, already!)
Picking my favorites on Curbed is like picking one’s favorite ice cream flavor: How can you really decide when they’re all SO good?
My personal holiday shopping list
What I like to bestow (enforce…) on my nearest and dearest.
Adventures in DIY
Curbed editor-in-chief Kelsey Keith fills you in on her latest DIY project: a custom dresser for under $300.
Distracted by a building, the Kelsey Keith story
Ogle architectural wonders around the world with me.
Pro tips for reupholstering a sofa
How much fabric should you budget? And is reupholstering really worth it?
My wallpaper cheat sheet
Complete with a special guest appearance from my mom.
From NYC to DC, 14 years of apartments
Curbed editor-in-chief Kelsey Keith reminisces about every New York apartment (and neighborhood) she’s called home.
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Curbed’s 2019 forecast
Editor-in-chief Kelsey Keith reflects on covering architecture, design, and local news in the current climate.
It’s the ideas that matter, not the classification of them
The inaugural monthly column from Curbed’s editor-in-chief turns an eye to ethos versus aesthetics, and the legacy of Postmodernism following the loss of Robert Venturi.