Ground your favorite pieces with an extra oomph.
A color that sounds as enticing as it looks.
The five-bedroom, eight-bathroom villa is on sale for $40 million.
You’ll be shocked by how much it increases your home’s value.
No garden? Dim rooms? With these plants, that's no problem.
A cozy respite that looks as good as it feels.
You can definitely judge these books by their cover.
Fulfill your white picket fence dreams with this iconic American style.
The palazzo-style home—where the Queen and Prince Philip lived as newlyweds—was a special place for the couple.
The industry disrupter partnered with local communities to craft authentic, inspired workspaces.
Tiptoe-ing along the fine line of 'modern rustic,' this week's resulting rooms are worth swooning over.
The detail that separates good design from great design.
The harmony of hues your home has been missing.
Watts the difference?
Boost your bedroom aesthetic without burning a hole in your wallet.
The HGTV home makeover show—which premieres June 6—proves that interior design is the best remedy for heartbreak.
The sunshine state awaits you with these stunning, all-inclusive stays.
Owners Jim Caiola and David Salama give the landmark spot a new verve, fit for travelers and New Yorkers alike.
The Hollywood megastar’s meticulous family home—which took eight years to complete—is a lesson in trust and time.
Let there be light! With the click of a button.
This week, designers were tasked with crafting a mid-century modern space, and fashion designer Jason Wu stepped in as the guest judge.
Because 40 percent off all home sale items is pretty hard to resist.
With the help of guest judge Jonathan Adler, episode four blurs the lines between old and new with a 'transitional' design theme.
A cozy hearth without all the hassle.
The summer-inspired collection includes over 300 pieces across home and outdoor goods.
Be your own barista with these perfect brewers.
The coolest space-saving pieces that will take your design scheme to new heights.
According to Cortney Bishop, the key to a designing a vacation home is to not design a vacation home.