Living in a small space often means giving up a dining table in favor of extra floor space for other furniture. Thanks to a crop of height adjustable tables, you're no longer forced to eat with your plate balanced precariously on your lap.
We've seen vertical gardening, rooftop plants, and balcony containers as clever solutions for small spaces. But I went looking for other tiny spots to add a little green — in other words, where to garden when you don't have a garden.
It's a good thing I'm a renter because if I wasn't, I'd have to decide on a kitchen design. And with all of the options out there, how would I ever choose? Here are a few I find inspiring - find your favorites and pin away!
In an out-of-the-way NJ industrial park lies the Mecca of off-price designer furniture: the DWR Annex. Inside you're overwhelmed with the giddy feeling of a child in an ice cream shop—and this ice cream is all 20%-50% off.
Party expert David Stark shared this DIY project with us to turn imagery you love (photos, pages from favorite books, etc.) into a fabulous serving tray. Use the tray for your party and give it to your guest of honor as a souvenir!