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An obsession with tulips sent fine-art and documentary photographer Rudi Dundas on a photographic journey from the Hortus Bulborum bulb library in Limmen, the Netherlands, to the Tien Shan mountains in Kazakhstan, where tulips originated. She was in Kazakhstan for the tulips, but she also ended up taking photos of the people....
Houzz Tour: Back to the ’50s in the Heart of Bordeaux
A great laboratory for ideas, the interior of this house in Bordeaux has been renovated according to 1950s Scandinavian design
After a fair share of traveling, Ninou Étienne, an interior designer and a decorator, finally settled in Bordeaux. The old typical Bordeaux house she purchased two years ago had been vacant for a decade. “It was a very dark house, entirely carpeted,”...
So You Want to Build: 7 Steps to Create a New Home
Get the house you envision — and even enjoy the process — by following this architect's guide to building a new home
Shop Houzz: Give Your Home a Bubbly Personality
Houzz | December 27, 2014
There’s nothing quite like ringing in the new year with a glass of champagne, starring those delightful nose-tickling bubbles. Celebrate all year long with a collection that features bubbles both big and small. Make a style resolution to add some...
Houzz Call: Is Your Closet a Storage Powerhouse?
We want to see how you are making the most of your closet storage areas. Post pictures and tell us how you’ve organized them
Look Beyond Plants for a Wonderful Winter Garden
How Grading Shapes the Ground and Manages Stormwater
Falon Mihalic | December 26, 2014
Grading is the process of shaping and contouring the land and is an important technical tool of landscape architects. Grading is important because the shape of the ground makes water flow across it in a particular way, and elegant grading creates a solid...
You Said It: ‘Do What Feels Natural to You’ and Other Houzz Quotables
Book to Know: Design Advice in Greg Natale’s ‘The Tailored Interior’
My Houzz: Minimalism Takes Shape in a Loft-Inspired Montreal Home
Shop Houzz: Sofas for Every Style
Go for a couch that suits your interior design and your personality. With these curated picks, you’re bound to find a pleasing seat
Kitchen of the Week: A Dark Kitchen Brightens Up
Indoor Winter Gardens for Cheerier Days
Bring plants inside for drab-days mood boosting — not to mention cleaner indoor air and protection for your greenery
Simple Pleasures: A Long Winter’s Nap
This time of year we can always use a little extra rest. Make it easy with these ideas for daytime napping
DIY: Freshen Up for the New Year With a Eucalyptus Table Garland
Eucalyptus leaves, white blossoms and air plants combine in a gorgeous, long-lasting arrangement for your table or buffet