The house on Pine Street was a place to gather. Now, home is safe because it’s not shared.
Four women on settling into adult life in their childhood hometowns.
When I was a teenager, it was the most dangerous room in the house. Today, it’s where I feel most like myself.
It has a rich and thrilling past, which includes the birthplace of Twitter and setting the stage for an Oscar-winning performance.
I was exhausted all the time, but I knew my temporary sleeping arrangement would serve me in the end.
Finding an attractive, affordable, and sustainably-made rug was no easy task.
"It will get easier after you adjust," says Amanda Chicago Lewis.
I didn’t have the resources to move out of my home, but I’d finally recovered the strength to transform it
Moving had been a fraught subject even before my mom got sick. After her diagnosis, we found an organizer-slash-diplomat.
For the first time in 45 years.
Keeping food cold is a leading contributor to climate change. So why are our refrigerators bigger than ever?
I am not likely to become the victim of a home invasion crime, but what if letting my guard down just this once invites chaos into the place where I am supposed to feel at home?
I experimented with the ’70s, with farmhouse accents, with psychedelic rainbow cactus prints.
The primary-colored eyesore became a community gathering place.
This spine-like shelf helped my space look "design-y" without being an actual stack of books on the floor.
The kitchen island represented what I desperately craved: normalcy.