WEDDINGSHouzz Call: Show Us Your Backyard Wedding!
Did you say ‘I do’ at home? We want to hear and see everything about it. Share your photos and you could be featured in an upcoming ideabookFull Story
WEDDINGSHow One Couple Got a Perfectly Intimate Backyard Wedding
Vintage pieces, natural materials and close family and friends are an ideal combination for a Pittsburgh coupleFull Story
WEDDINGSSeattle Couple Restyles Their Home for a Wedding
Duo behind Reinspired Home invest in their house rather than a rented wedding venueFull Story
DECORATING GUIDESSay 'I Do' to Beautiful Wedding Memory Displays
You'll love and cherish these creative vignettes, artwork and more that keep the happiness of your special day at handFull Story
FEEL-GOOD HOMESimple Pleasures: 10 Ideas for a Buy-Less Month
Save money without feeling pinched by taking advantage of free resources and your own ingenuityFull Story
MIDCENTURY HOMESHouzz Tour: How Can We Get Invited to This Awesome Midcentury Home?
A redwood-clad gem in California’s Marin County features a dreamy outdoor oasis with an open-door policy for the homeowners’ friendsFull Story
GARDENING AND LANDSCAPINGLongwood Gardens' Pathways Invite Exploration
Plant choice and pathway design are essential for an inviting garden. See how Longwood's paths beg a closer lookFull Story
HOUZZ TOURSMy Houzz: Warm and Inviting Bungalow in Portland
Newlywed couple layers in their own eclectic mix of vintage and mid-century modern styleFull Story
WHITE KITCHENSBefore and After: Modern Update Blasts a '70s Kitchen Out of the Past
A massive island and a neutral color palette turn a retro kitchen into a modern space full of function and storageFull Story
MY HOUZZMy Houzz: Farmhouse Style in a Virginia Bed-and-Breakfast
A country home includes gorgeous grounds, whimsical spaces, a barn as a wedding venue and chandeliers throughoutFull Story
Kids only wedding reception dilema
Post Wedding Reception Invitation
Invitation Wording destination wedding at home reception
Hosting reception months after foreign wedding-any guidelines???