There are countless reasons why IKEA is our go-to for home design on a dime. But you can only have so many Ribbas, Malms and Lacks in your life. So we’re opening up our little black book of affordable design shops. From colorful Moroccan wares to midcentury statement pieces, these are the best places to find stylish steals. Baba Souk: Scrolling through Baba Souk is like perusing the markets of Marrakech, except that the site is a lot easier to navigate and far cheaper than a flight. As the self

Joy Wilson may have lived in LA, Miami, Vermont and Seattle, but her new adopted home of New Orleans is most certainly her spirit city. Irreverent and revelatory, bold and bawdy and come-as-you-are entertaining, it’s the perfect match for the blogger and cookbook author, known to her fans as Joy the Baker. “Living in New Orleans is like living in a different world. It’s magical, it’s joyous, the pace is much slower, and we’ll celebrate anything, everything, all the time,” she says. Joy bought an early 1900s double shotgun home

Picture this: You’re lounging on your sofa one stormy October night, getting into the spooky spirit with a classic horror flick. On the screen, the film’s protagonist creeps warily towards a shadowy doorway. It flies open and you let out a blood-curdling scream. “Wow, they really need to redo those floors!” you say. If you eliminate the scares, you’ll find that some horror movies actually feature thrillingly great set design. You can’t say that the hotel in The Shining isn’t stunning or that Patrick Bateman’s apartment in American Psycho isn’t a modern

via Sight Unseen We’ve been known to fall hard for a good home design trend. And not in the subtle, a pillow here, an accessory there kind of way. In the late-night, online binge-shopping kind of way. We’re in serious danger this fall with some truly chic looks on our radar. But never fear, by mixing classic silhouettes with the designs of the moment, you can achieve the best of both worlds inside any space. So, tell us, which fall trend has you double tapping? Crushed Velvet: Could the season’s most on-trend material get

Images via Who What Wear / Design Sponge It’s that time of year again – the season of layering. When fall hits, keeping warm becomes cool and layering is the always on-trend way to do it. But there’s an art to piling on our clothes, one that can just as easily translate to layering in the home, creating visual interest, texture, and depth. So whether you’re tossing an extra throw blanket on the sofa, putting a turtleneck under a dress, or mixing furs with leathers, we’ve got your guide to becoming a

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