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15 Storage Ideas to Steal from High-End Kitchen Systems

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10 Easy Pieces: Clothing Irons

With features like precision tips, steam bursts, auto shut-off, anti drip, and easy-glide surfaces, a new wave of clothing irons has us wondering if it is time to consider an appliance upgrade in the laundry room.  We’ve rounded up a collection of conventional steam irons, as well as a few professional-style home ironing systems recommend by the experts. Above: The Electrolux Steam Iron features an even-heat nonstick ceramic sole plate, continuous steam, and four temperature settings; $129.99 at Verishop. Above: The Panasonic 360 Quick Multi-Directional Steam Dry Iron (NI-W810CS) is designed to iron in any direction and features a ceramic-coated…

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How to Cut a Granite Countertop

Looking to cut new granite countertops for your kitchen? The tools required aren’t terribly uncommon or much different from tools for cutting sheet goods like MDF, for, say, bookshelves or a closet makeover. In terms of skills, if you can cut a sheet of plywood straight, there’s no reason you can’t learn how to cut granite equally as straight. What to Know Before You Start Cutting Granite Countertops Caveat #1: Use a Professional This is a significant caveat. While the actual cutting of granite may be DIY-able, layout and templating kitchen countertops is generally not the domain of the DIYer.…

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Trend Alert: Papier Mâché in Shades of Pale

All that time at home has led to a renaissance of kitchen table crafts. Of late, we’ve been noting—and admiring—a new crop of papier mâché in pale sculptural forms that echo ceramic vessels and pricey plaster lighting. Made from little more than recycled paper and a paste of flour and water, these designs are eco-friendly and, in many cases, easy to make yourself. Here are some of our favorites. Vessels Above: The collection that sparked the current trend? Belgian company Serax’s Earth line by its in-house designer Marie Michielssen. It’s available from a number of retailers and comes with the…

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Steal This Look: An Artistic Bath Remodel Inspired by Picasso’s Blue Period

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Shades of Blue: An Instagrammer’s Redone Laundry Room, Color Matching Included

Stephanie Kane’s remodeling mission is to make the most of every space. She documents her ongoing renovations and spruce-up projects in her 1940s Colonial Cape via her Instagram, @the_seasoned_home, and blog of the same name, but until recently, there was one room in the house that wasn’t pulling its weight: the downstairs powder room. “It was so large that I was able to put two tables and a bench in it,” she says. “It didn’t fit, in my mind, and the space was wasted. That’s when we came up with the idea to make our hall closet into a tiny…

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