November Rain is the neutral you've been looking for.
It's the easiest way to add instant curb appeal.
Who says this hue isn't a neutral?
Gray-green, blue-green, yellow-green ... the options are endless.
Brown, cream, and colors on top — there's no better way to bring the drama.
Think less Halloween, more marigold.
A soaring Greenwich Village duplex comes down to earth with a palette of unexpected shades and patterns.
Think beyond IKEA.
The serene summer house has a beautiful palette inspired by shades of the sky and the sea.
There can be such a thing as too much stainless steel.
Who says cabinetry and hardware has to be basic?
Industry experts reveal their top picks for this unusually tricky hue.
Jeffrey Bilhuber describes how he eclectically designed a fifth-generation estate while maintaining thoughtful cohesion.
Jeffrey Bilhuber celebrates a family's heritage in the most unlikely way.
Designer Thom Filicia brings his fresh perspective to a classic log house.
A weekend getaway in Vail comes to life with cozy, but surprising, elements — and lots of worldly accents.
The designers of Bates Corkern Studio skillfully married the past and present.
The entertaining guru Lulu Powers brought cozy, yet vibrant, decor into a wine shop.
Conventional wisdom says pink gives you a glow, but that's just the beginning.
Bored with white kitchens, designer Angie Hranowsky tried a fresh take on neutral hues.
Designer Ken Fulk let the good times roll in our 2015 Kitchen of the Year.
Organic textures and neutral elements make the space truly serene.
First simmer, then chill.
"We wanted a red that enveloped you like a big, energetic hug."
The impressive, elegant room was once a third-floor attic.
A Burberry raincoat inspired the plaid backsplash.
Gary McBournie exercised restraint — and paid homage to history — when fixing up this boathouse.
This tiny coastal haven is home base for a group of avid sailers.