The Greatest Show & Tell on Earth is Back in Manila for the 2nd Year

June 21, 2018

The maker community in the Philippines is growing. This 2018, expect over 90 makers of various backgrounds from all over the country to exhibit their works

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Mechanical Volumetric Displays Are Fascinating, and Lumi Is Launching One On Kickstarter

June 21, 2018

Fully 3D, no glasses or head gear required!
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Pros Weigh In: These Are The Best Paint Colors For Your Kitchen

June 21, 2018

Years ago most kitchens were dark and full of autumn tones, like red, gold, and even orange. More recently, those bolder shades have given way to all-white kitchens. Why? Homeowners are building and renovating kitchens to be open to the rest of the floorplan, rather than segmented.

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Butcher Block Countertops Have One Major Drawback

June 21, 2018

Butcher countertops are still having their moment. They can add warmth and character to an otherwise sterile kitchen, and the natural and classic look of wood can simultaneously upgrade a kitchen and give it a timeless feel. But as with any trend, you should be wary of adopting it unless it’s a style that truly and personally brings you joy. When it comes to butcher block countertops, which require extra maintenance and can pose unique challenges, this is especially true.

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Anyone Can Make This Cool Wall Light for Under $20

June 21, 2018

A minimal, modern wall sconce does more than provide light to a room. Simple and stylish, a light fixture attached to the wall is a sophisticated step up from a table or floor lamp. It’s an intentional design and an easy way to add interest to a spot in your space. But even simple wall sconces can be pricey to buy, so why not DIY your own… for under $20?

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As Seen on TV: Survey Reveals Americans Really Do Store Sweaters in the Oven

June 21, 2018

It turns out Carrie Bradshaw’s not the only one who stores sweaters in her oven.

MakeSpace, a storage solution that combines technology with trained moving professionals, conducted a survey on the State of Stuff in America and found that there are real people out there turning kitchens into closets.

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Get Ready, Prague: Maker Faire Is Coming to Town

June 20, 2018

You may be surprised by what you find!
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Are Ariana Grande & Pete Davidson Living In This Sleek Zaha Hadid Building?

June 20, 2018

It’s been a whirlwind romance for pop star Ariana Grande and SNL’s Pete Davidson. The young couple have only been public with their relationship since late May, and now the two are engaged and reportedly living together. Where, you ask? The luxe Chelsea high-rise designed by none other than Zaha Hadid.

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Netflix Wants You To Have a Steamy Summer, Thanks To Its New Rom Coms

June 20, 2018

If warm weather just makes you want to watch Dirty Dancing and Grease instead of go outside, you’re in luck: Netflix is on a mission to bring back the rom com this summer, and we are here for it.

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What The Bold Type Gets Right (And Wrong) About NYC Apartments

June 20, 2018

One of the greatest gifts the gods of Summer TV have bestowed upon us mere mortals in recent years is back. If you haven’t tried Freeform’s delightful dramedy The Bold Type yet, first, what even is your life? The series follows three best friends, Jane (Katie Stevens), Kat (Aisha Dee), and Sutton (Meghann Fahy) as they navigate the NYC magazine world in their twenties. There’s so much about this show to love—the complex female friendships, Queen Jacqueline Carlyle (Melora Hardin), the balance of fun, flirty storylines and tackling topical issues, and yes, the clothes—but like any TV show set in NYC, it’s the living situations that interest us the most on Apartment Therapy. [Season two spoilers ahead.]

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