Top 5 Tips for Renting a Storage Container

Storage containers are useful for a wide variety of things, from helping people who’re between homes to store furniture, to helping business owners set up a temporary office while their actual office undergoes renovations. However, hiring a storage container comes with certain responsibilities and conditions that you should follow in order to avoid any issues.… Continue reading Top 5 Tips for Renting a Storage Container

Basement of the Week: Fun for All Ages in Connecticut

Faced with a large, unfinished basement and an active pair of daughters, a Connecticut couple asked inside designer Catherine O’Brien of Grande Interiors to make a fun and wholesome area for the whole family to enjoy. New insulation retains the space warm, even though a moisture seal and dehumidifying system keep it wholesome. But the… Continue reading Basement of the Week: Fun for All Ages in Connecticut

Why My Son's Room Will Be Red: An Expert Weighs In on Colors for Baby

Jude Stewart is a journalist and an author, specializing in style, colour and visual culture. Her first book, ROY G. BIV: A Exceedingly Sudden Novel About Color, will be released September 17, 2013. She resides in Chicago. Every expectant parent fields the question, Are you having a boy or a girl? But if you are… Continue reading Why My Son's Room Will Be Red: An Expert Weighs In on Colors for Baby

MoMA's First Kids' Storybook Draws on Architects

New York City’s Museum of Modern Art has a brilliant new way of introducing young readers to works in its group: children’s storybooks. Along with the very first, branded Young Frank, Architect,by award-winning and bestselling children’s book writer Frank Viva, is all about design. MoMA Store MoMA Store The narrative follows a young architect named… Continue reading MoMA's First Kids' Storybook Draws on Architects