It's the summer of love. With the engagements of celebrity couples like Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas, Karlie Kloss and Joshua Kushner, Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson, Hailey Baldwin and Justin Bieber, along with Katharine McPhee and David Foster, glitzy gemstones are stealing the spotlight.
With plenty of indie boutiques, tasty eateries, vineyards and outdoor activities, Charlottesville is the perfect getaway for a bachelorette weekend with your favorite ladies. From start to finish, we’ve created an action-packed itinerary to help you celebrate during your girls’ weekend.
Attention crafters, makers, DIYers, and creators of all sorts of thingamajigs: there's a magical new TV show called "Making It" that will delight you more than a trip to the craft store.
"Making It," NBC's new crafts competition reality show, embraces all things handmade and it debuts on NBC on Tuesday, July 31 at 10/9c.
Feeling down on their luck after two years of unsuccessful house hunting, glass artists Erin and Grant Garmezy took matters into their own hands. The couple figured some “magic” might do the trick, so they unearthed a dream-house spell kit to find their future home. They followed the spell’s directions: They lit a candle and incense, made a wish list, held on to a skeleton key, and meditated about finding their perfect home. A week later, Erin found their house on Zillow.
Over the past two years, Denver couple Kerri Cole and Patrick Neely of Colorado Caravan have been renovating vintage Airstream trailers, transforming them into sales offices, bars, and even hotel rooms for motor lodges. Below, we dive into their work on a vintage Airstream purchased from Craigslist, breaking down the costs and labor.
With a shift in personal goals, values, and roles that differs greatly from previous generations, more and more millennials — those born from 1981 to 1996 — are tapping the brakes on marriage. Led by their desire to focus on their careers, personal needs and goals, forming a substantial financial foundation upon which to create a family, and even questioning the meaning of marriage itself, this current generation of young couples is redefining marriage.
The latest celebrity engagement between Pete Davidson and Ariana Grande solidifies the official comeback of the disputed pear-shaped diamond engagement ring.
When Ireland–based design group DHB Architects was challenged with transforming an 18th-century coach house into an assisted living unit for a disabled young adult and her parents, the team sought to preserve the integrity of the building as much as possible.
Getting married is a great chance to spruce up your abode with brand-new wares, so couples everywhere fill their registries with finds designed to upgrade their current inventory of dated decor.
The husband-and-wife duo behind Living Vehicle tell us the story behind the off-grid, mobile home that is shaking up the industry.
Millennials are changing the wedding game by waiting to tie the knot and living together before marriage, so many soon-to-be spouses already have a solid inventory of home goods before they even say "I do."
Marriage is a huge commitment, both personally and financially. That’s just one of the reasons today’s couples — Millennials especially — are waiting to tie the knot later in life.
If you’re ready to say yes to a serious relationship with your partner without making the marriage leap, here are some ways that you can show your commitment.
Dressed in an army-green jumpsuit, Shanna Battle strikes a pose in front of a graffiti-covered garage door. Scroll further down the local fashionista’s Instagram feed and you’ll find Battle strolling Richmond’s streets in a coral linen short suit effortlessly accessorized with a vintage T-shirt and stylish pumps.
After outgrowing their industrial workspace in Manchester, Foster Made found a historic home downtown for their growing digital technology agency. Located on West Grace Street in the former Foster Studio space, the 6,000-square-foot building was transformed with the help of 3north’s Damon Pearson, and Blaine McDermott, who now runs MCD Interior Design.
Swedish model-turned-restaurateur Helene Henderson’s Malibu Farm eateries continue to expand nationwide. Since opening her flagship restaurant on the Malibu Pier in 2013, her eateries, which embrace healthy and fresh ingredients, have opened in Lanai, Hawaii’s Four Seasons and most recently in Miami Beach’s Nobu Hotel.