Brooklyn Hipsters Degrade Native American Culture with Indoor Tepees

Indoor tepees are becoming really trendy among affluent New Yorkers bored with their spacious urban dwellings, yet too self-conscious to simply build a pillow fort. “Fort” is awfully militaristic, isn’t it? Far better to mitigate the imperialistic implications of fort-building by appropriating some cultural… » 5/19/13 2:30pm 5/19/13 2:30pm

Holiday Decorating For The Lazy And/Or Penniless

Now that it's officially okay to don us now our gay apparel in preparation for Generic Winter Buying Holiday, the streets are alight with seasonal cheer. Stoplights are festooned with garland and strings of lights, stores have pulled out their terrifying giant Nutcrackers, and soon the houses of your favorite… » 11/28/11 5:00pm 11/28/11 5:00pm

How To Keep Your Dorm Room From Looking Like Bed, Bath & Beyond

For many, back-to-school shopping means creating a home away from home: The dorm room. So, how do you make that room yours when you're working with ugly, standard-issue furniture and very little cash? » 8/31/10 4:19pm 8/31/10 4:19pm

What's On Paris Hilton's Nightstand?

We can actually answer that question: a remote control, cutesy photo frames, an ashtray, and a hot-pink lava lamp. The heiress gave Esquire a casual tour of her home, which yielded this and other such nesting revelations. [Esquire] » 4/27/10 11:40am 4/27/10 11:40am

The New Decornographers: Bloggers With Perfect, Beautiful, Craftsy Lives

Our moms had Martha to make them feel inadequate. But we have a whole new generation of perfection which is rapidly proliferating online. Let's call them the Marthettes. » 4/22/10 5:00pm 4/22/10 5:00pm