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Tuesday, 24 July 2012

Once blogger Michelle Scheibe realized her husband Nate was pretty handy around the home, the couple set off on hundreds of DIY adventures together, inspiring her to launch her blog, "Decor And The Dog." When looking for a home together, the young couple couldn't find everything on their wish list at a price they could afford. So, utilizing Nate's father's construction know-how and their DIY talents, the Scheibes designed their dream home...on a budget! Click here to learn how they did it.
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MARISSA BRONFMAN | SARTORIAL SANCTUMS | INSIDE THE COVETEUR'S SMASHING SUCCESS
Stephanie Mark, Erin Kleinberg and Jake Rosenberg have transformed an ambitious fashion blog into a bonafide brand; their site The Coveteur has quickly become one of the most covetable spaces to be featured on.
TOM ALDERMAN | NOTE TO FUTURE: IT'S ALL ON THE FRIDGE
The odds are quite high that, right now, your fridge is so much more than just a receptical for food. It is also disguised as a home art gallery.
MICHELLE MANETTI | WE PICKED OUT WEDDING GIFTS FOR OUR HOME TOGETHER...AND LIVED TO TELL ABOUT IT
When a couple first gets engaged, the thought of combining their two lives is exciting. But when it comes down to registering for wedding gifts, they have to combine their two different styles to create one cohesive home. And this is not an easy task. But with some compromise, registering for their new lives together can bring a couple closer, which is exactly what happened with Danielle, 30 and Anthony, 32. Here's their story.
MARCIA PRENTICE | DECOR INSPIRED BY A NORTHERN CALFORNIA WEEKEND TRIP
The overcast and gray sky would normally make me very sad, but in San Francisco it was refreshing and inspired me to take a new look at coastal decor.
KIRSTEN DIRKSEN | WATCH: TINY APARTMENT HIDES BATHTUB IN A DRAWER (AND CLOSET UNDER THE BED)
Over the past few years I've filmed a Lego-style transforming flat, a unit with a walk-thru shower and fridge-in-a-drawer and a small space where the architect cut a hole in the roof to create an indoor/outdoor shower.
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