GARDENING GUIDESGot Frost-Damaged Plants? How It Happens, and When and How to Prune
Crispy brown leaves are a sure sign that Jack Frost has been to your neighborhoodFull Story
EVENTSModernism Week 2015 Opens in Palm Springs
The city’s 10th annual festival celebrates midcentury architecture and design. Here’s a look at what’s on viewFull Story
EVENTSDesign Calendar: May 10–May 31, 2012
London's calling with a garden party, New Yorkers can marvel at the Kips Bay show house and Californians get an inventive treatFull Story
KITCHEN DESIGNKitchen of the Week: Splashes of Red for a Country Classic
Modern touches combine with traditional style in this warmly elegant kitchen in the English countrysideFull Story
KITCHEN DESIGNKitchen of the Week: Sunlit Garden Views in Bristol, U.K.
Garden access and a bright green backsplash bring color and light to this British kitchen — and the new dining room opens things upFull Story
KITCHEN MAKEOVERSKitchen of the Week: Rich Materials, Better Flow and a Garden View
Adding an island and bumping out a bay window improve this kitchen’s layout and outdoor connectionFull Story
KITCHEN DESIGNKitchen of the Week: Rustic Space Opens to Herb and Vegetable Gardens
Well-chosen recycled and repurposed features create a North Carolina cottage kitchen with a distinctive look and personalityFull Story
PATIO OF THE WEEKKoi Glide Around a Tranquil Garden's Moat
This idyllic retreat combines lush plantings, statues and moving water for a serene backyard sceneFull Story
FEEL-GOOD HOMERegain Calm With a New Weekly Routine
Having a day-by-day housekeeping schedule makes the chores a lot more manageableFull Story
KITCHEN DESIGNKitchen of the Week: Quirky Texas Remodel
Playful Remodel Amps Up the Personality of 130-Year-Old KitchenFull Story
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