All year long readers invite us into their homes to share their children’s bedrooms in our My Room posts. Although many look ready for a glossy magazine spread, these are real rooms for real kids and they inspire us every day. Here, in no particular order, are the most popular girls’ rooms from the past year:
Twenty ways to save money? Yes, please. Maybe you’re already feeling the pinch, or perhaps you’re just preparing yourself for the day when the holiday bills arrive. Either way, bookmark this list of our best budget tips this year and you can start the new year with a game plan to get (or stay!) on track in 2015.
Nothing says “fashion forward” like a living garment designed to help support human life in outer space, right?
MIT researchers and German designers teamed up to create these eye-catching 3D printed suits, intended to be packed with bacteria and algae. The concept is that the suit could provide the critical elements necessary to sustain life. Instead of a bulky traditional spacesuit, an adventurous space dweller would don one of these “Wanderers” that feeds on sunlight or waste.
The bedroom is one of my favorite spaces in the house. What can I say — I like sleeping. So I’ve combed through our 2014 house tours to find our best and most beautiful bedrooms. Come on in, check ‘em out, and maybe find a little inspiration for your own space.
When student hijinx, a football and a fire sprinkler necessitated a refit of the Masters Office in the historic Ormond College at the University of Melbourne, Nest Architects designed a modern yet classic space. Timeless, practical, elegant. You know what I say. If you have to work on a Saturday then it should be somewhere that looks great.