I hoped hiring an organizer would force me to take it seriously.
My Berlin apartment would be an oasis amid rising rents, but only if I built my own kitchen.
In the grip of early grief, I still felt as though my parents’ things kept me close to them.
I wanted to be easygoing and compromising, but I didn’t see a way to share a space with this particular, peculiar pet.
Lola Arellano-Fryer owns in Philly and works in Brooklyn. Here’s how she navigates her double life.
I didn’t fix the cracks that cut through my walls, first telling myself that I’d get around to it eventually, and later actively avoiding it.
Our generation gap is a flight of stairs.
We stan the Japanese reality TV show bringing sleek, modern aesthetics to co-living millennials.
This addicting reality series streaming on Netflix is like one big adventure around Australia.
Queer Eye shows the transformative power design can have for people, and it shows it in a way that’s intentional, thoughtful, enriching, inclusive, and beautiful.
Measuring just 72 square feet, the HC1 by Happier Camper is an adorable take on modular, functional design.
The catharsis of watching Cate Blanchett star in the movie version of the best-selling book.
The city’s stated aim was to restore the alleyways to their original appearance, which meant any hutong home with more than one story had to go, including my landlord’s.
I believed a radical queer life meant solitude. But staying in friends’ homes changed my mind.