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What Are the Best Love Seats and Small Sofas?

Designers’ picks for everything from a striking geometric number to a small, timeless camel leather couch.

11 Standing Desks, Vetted 11 Different Ways

Our picks range from a minimalist Scandinavian desk that transforms with a flip of its lid to a motorized, adjustable-height standing desk beloved by the editors at the Verge.

The Best Storage Bins for Every Room, According to Professional Organizers

The options organizing professionals reach for the most when tackling any client’s space.

What Are Some Cute Hooks to Hang Masks on by a Door?

The Strategist’s advice column rounds up some favorites.

The Best Desk Lamps, According to Architects and Interior Designers

Their picks come at a range of prices and include something for just about everyone.

How to Hang Pictures, Mirrors, and Plates, According to an Expert

Hanging stuff on the wall is easier than you might think

The best cooling weighted blankets, according to experts

Sleep experts and health specialists share the best cooling weighted blankets on the market.

The best plants to buy from Amazon’s (continuously growing) selection

Editors at the Strategist pick the best options for plant-parents of all gardening levels, fit for those with floor space or a bare windowsill alike.

The best patio chairs, according to interior designers

No matter the size of your outdoor space, a great patio chair can transform any yard, balcony, or terrace.

How to build a play fort, according to Ikea

The furniture retailer has shared assembly instructions for six kinds of forts using basic furnishings.

Forget wallpaper—paint murals like these quarantined artists

Artists from around the world have been painting their walls at home.

These 12 things will make a tiny home feel much bigger

The affordable, off-the-shelf products work hard to make a tiny home feel (and sometimes even look) much grander than it is.

9 eco-friendly home organization ideas

For every organization "solution" we’re shilled via targeted Instagram ads or a storefront window, there’s an equally good do-it-yourself option.

The best room dividers, according to interior designers

Revamp your space with these bookshelves, curtains, and screens.

How to remove wallpaper yourself 

You’ll likely have to take it slow. Depending on the type of wallpaper you’re working with, it can take up to a day per room to remove.

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Our guide to loving the space you have

How to stay organized, inspired, and connected at home in a time of social distancing.

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The best home organization hacks, according to Curbed editors

We gathered tried-and-tested tips, tricks, and mantras for keeping your house tidy.

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Where to buy plants online

Your best bets for houseplants that can be shipped directly to your door.

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The color psychology behind a relaxing and soothing home

"Now is not the time for grays," says Pantone color expert Laurie Pressman.

Home, soothing home

What science, color psychology, and interior designers tell us about creating a comforting space.

There is no housing crisis in ‘Animal Crossing’

Between unaffordable rent and a global pandemic, it’s no wonder people are turning to a video-game utopia.

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21 easy home projects to tackle without buying a thing

From restyling your book shelves to prepping your planters for spring, here are free, easy projects you can do while social distancing at home.

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Why scallions are my quarantine houseplant of choice

Reflecting on a good thing growing in my home, as I enter my fourth week of staying indoors.

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How to prep your home for a virtual dinner party

A few small changes to your space can go a long way in putting your best (remote) foot forward.

The statement rug that finally made my apartment feel like home

Finding an attractive, affordable, and sustainably-made rug was no easy task.

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The small fixes Curbed editors are making at home right now 

How Curbed editors are rearranging, repurposing, and making it work at home.

Neutral decor ideas to steal from a renovated farmhouse

The cozy, airy abode mixes minimal style with vintage finds.

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25 storage ideas to help you get organized in a snap

From bins to buckets, here’s everything you need to get organized for the new year.

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10 ways to make the most of a tiny kitchen

A tiny kitchen can feel like a curse, but it can become manageable and charming if you know how to take full advantage of all the available space.

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7 ways to optimize your home for staying in with kids

Worried about being stuck at home with your children for the next few weeks—or months? Here are tips for making the most of your space.

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15 gorgeous backdrops for your next Zoom call

Want a better video chat background? Try these options, carefully selected to look sufficiently realistic.

This online furniture brand now lets you book a design consultation by phone or text 

With its new showroom closed under pandemic conditions, Burrow has launched a "long-distance design concierge".

Scandi-inspired decor ideas to steal from a restored midcentury home

This restored midcentury ranch home in California offers inspiration for decorating with a mix of old and new.

The fascinating history of flokati, the original shag rug

How the coziest carpets went from Alexander the Great’s tents to your living room.

Ikea’s newest collection wants to spruce up your indoor garden

Most of the lush line is made from handwoven natural fibers.

Architect gives Persian rugs a modern update using digital software

Designed with parametric modeling software, the new rugs achieve a similar visual complexity as the traditional art form.

Warm decor ideas to steal from a furniture maker’s home

From functional additions to homey accents, see how a furniture maker turned a garage into an intimate home.

What are the best candlesticks?

Designers and candle obsessives share their favorites, from all-natural picks to budget-friendly finds.

I’ve had this midcentury dining set for decades—and I’m still obsessed 

My Danish dining set is a timeless treasure: I’ll give it a refresh but never break it up.