A place of peace and contemplation with a strong relationship to the nature surrounding it. This alpine refuge is a symbiosis of spatial openness and enclosed areas.
As my sister and I were sitting in a lovely cafe eating hummus, tabuli, dolma and falafel, we began talking about how much more culturally diverse we are now than we were when we were children.
Lawndale Art Center's yearly Design Fair is among the cultural offerings that have contributed to Houston's ever-flourishing obsession with design. For one weekend only, the forward-thinking art hub will be seized by a number of dealers, each showcasing an all-encompassing gamut of furniture, glass, ceramics, lighting, books, metalwork and fashion — everything from 20th-century modern to avant ga
This week, a four-year-old was treated for screen addiction. Emma Cook investigates the dangerous seduction of smartphones and tablets. It's Saturday morning and my children bunch together on the sofa, limbs entwined but minds very much elsewhere, hurled into their several worlds thanks to a couple of iPads and an iPod touch.
While it may be easier to buy a full set of dining furniture for your kitchen, mixing and matching your own set will bring a much more interesting style to your space. Overwhelmed by all the options? Not to worry — we're highlighting some chic pairings to help you get inspired. From industrial duos to more rustic styles, take a look at these creative table-and-chair combinations for a unique dini
The first anniversary of any loss is very hard — and the end of a marriage is a major loss indeed. This day is especially challenging for all the reasons you have stated and because of what it represents to you — one large piece of how you define yourself and how you believe others both view and identify with you.
When we first moved into our house 20 years ago, one of the delightful aspects for this gardener was the full, warm attic -- perfect for drying the flowers I was intending to grow: Papery statice, hydrangeas and more.
Parenting adult children can seem like an oxymoron, times two! “Adult children” occupy an amorphous space in your mind, and perhaps in the dictionary. How can you be both a child and an adult? Parenting an adult just sounds mutually exclusive.