A special garden collection that can bloom right alongside your flowering plants.
When looking for a new home in an established tree-canopied neighborhood, it is hard to resist a 1920s–1930s cottage-revival gem that brims with hominess.
An elegant home doesn’t have to sacrifice comfort. In fact, a mix of rattan and cozy chairs and a few sentimental accents can create a space that’s filled with cottage charm.
A move to a smaller garden home allowed this homeowner the opportunity to really focus her décor and accentuate her favorite things.
A master crafter finds inspiration—and supreme storage—in her cozy basement workroom.
See how one resourceful designer made her cottage a one-of-a-kind treasure by reworking found objects into eye-catching cottage style accessories.
Decorating with bold botanical prints is back! Between the birds and the bees and the flowers and the trees, the great outdoors inspires ideal decorating.
Across France open-air markets convert public squares into festivals of fresh flowers and plants.
Designer Deborah Hastings says, “The key to remodeling is to see the potential and the good bones.”
Watch your garden wake up as potted bulbs produce colorful blooms.