We published 72 blog posts so far this year: home tours, advice from experts, recipes, guides galore. Below are our 10 most popular, just in case you missed one or two.
Number 10: “Rhapsody in Blues.” A love of blue is universal; it’s the favorite color of more people worldwide than any other hue. Here we show new ways to spotlight blue in your home, whatever your style. Photo by Joe Schmelzer; creative direction by Charlotte Hutchings.
Number 9: “A Georgia Lake House Gets Ready for a New Generation.” Melanie Millner of The Design Atelier helped empty-nesters update their vacation home to accommodate their kids’ families while maintaining the house’s memory-rich ambience. Photo by Emily Followill; styling by Eleanor Roper.
Number 8: “Favorite Spaces from an Indianapolis Show House.” The St. Margaret’s Hospital Guild Decorators’ Show House and Gardens was a trove of inspiration, with rooms ranging from quiet to anything-but (such as the above sitting area by Hope G. Pace of So Chic Home Design & Staging). Photo by the Addison Group.
Number 7: “Vintage, Italian Style.” From Fortuny fabrics to Murano glass, Italy boasts centuries of decor artistry. We expect nothing less from the country that also produced Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo.
Number 6: “Spring Ahead.” This year’s spring trend report was especially popular. Maybe it was because the report embraced flora, fauna, and neutrals. Or maybe it was due to enviable spaces such as this breakfast nook. Photo by Joe Schmelzer; creative direction by Charlotte Hutchings.
Number 5: “Entertaining with Nicky Hilton Rothschild.” Not only did the globe-trotting tastemaker choose One Kings Lane to update the outdoor entertaining area of her Long Island home, but she also shared some favorite hosting tips. Photo by Read McKendree.
Number 4: “The Seven Golden Rules of Organization.” Getting organized is only half the battle. Just as challenging is staying organized. Fortunately pro organizer/stylist Pamela Thomas of Home Space Harmony offered sage advice.
Number 3: “Regency Chic.” Dashing leading men weren’t the only attraction of Bridgerton. Many viewers also fell in love with the sumptuous, stately interiors. Bringing the look home is easier than you might think. Photo by Tony Vu.
Number 1: “And Just Like That… Actress Nicole Ari Parker Has a New Home.” When she moved to New York to shoot And Just Like That…, Nicole Ari Parker turned to her friend Nikki Chu to help her decorate her new apartment. The result: a home fit for Nicole’s glamorous character, Lisa Todd Wexley, as well as for the actress herself. Photo by Erin Kunkel.