Rebecca Thienes Cherny
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Rebecca is a veteran market editor and content creator for print and digital publications, specializing in interior design trends. Having served as Home Building & Architecture Editor and Senior Market Editor at Country Living, Rebecca worked for several years as a professional design consultant and project manager. She studied interior design at Parsons The New School for Design and now serves as Market Director at Interior Design Magazine.
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This isn't your mother's pantry. From utilizing areas you previously ignored to installing devoted storage for individual appliances, getting the most out of your kitchen is all about pac...
Cross-sections of a tree branch are all that keep you away from a house full of one-of-a-kind rustic, woodsy decor.
Eschewing excess space and making the most of every inch, these functional but tiny houses prove that bigger is not always better.
New radiators mean that keeping warm the old fashioned way no longer forces you to leave your style sense out in the cold.
Fireplace inserts are a great way to update an existing masonry fireplace. A traditional open-front wood-burning fireplace usually has an efficiency rating of just 5-10%, according to the...
Range hoods needn't be ugly add-ons or boring stainless steel. Here are ten designs that definitely sizzle with style.
Not just for barns or cabins any longer, today's metal roofs are enjoying renewed popularity. Here are ten stylish reasons why.
There are many design details that distinguish the Colonial-style porch. Here are ten that will help you get the look.
Wooden crates used to be the way to get everything to market, from fruit and produce to soda bottles. These days, those same lovely vintage crates are popping up at garage and estate sale...
Chances are that, languishing in your basement or garage, you have an old wooden ladder splattered with coats of paint and worn from years of use. If not, old ladders can usually be found...