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Design-Forward Finds for People Who Happen to Smoke Pot, from the Editors of Broccoli Magazine

Marijuana use is allowed recreationally in eight states, medically in 29 states, and socially in around 13 percent of living rooms . And if you needed more than numbers to convince you that pot smoking is finally on its way to becoming the nbd thing you always hoped it would be, we now have Broccoli , a lifestyle magazine for women who love cannabis created by women who love cannbis.

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Posted on Nov 17, 2017

Phaidon Wrote the Book (Literally) on Humble, Irresistible Nordic Design

The Red Thread: Nordic Design is a gorgeous and comprehensive book exploring the Nordic approach to design for everyday life—from furniture to kitchen utensils to textiles. Exquisite photographs illustrate how Nordic designers have mastered the art of simple beauty and functional accessibility. Spoiler alert: You’re going to see a lot of Apartment Therapy favorites featured in these pages. Take a look.

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Posted on Sep 1, 2017

Sorry, Parents: Nobody Wants the Family “Heirlooms”

In a modern world currently intrigued by minimalism, there’s something that all three adult generations can agree on: the problem of dealing with the collections curated (hoarded?) by our family members. From younger boomers and Gen X’ers sandwiched between their aging/dying parents and their own children to millennials trying to gently manage expectations (and their own limited budgets and storage space) without hurt feelings, the message is crystal clear. As Forbes said recently , “Sorry, nobody wants your stuff.”

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Posted on Aug 21, 2017

What We’re Loving This Week: Eco Friendly Fashion, “Slipcovers on Acid” And More

Welcome to the Love List, a new series where Apartment Therapy editors share what they’re crushing on this week, whether it’s an article, a product, or something else entirely!

Ever wonder what our editors are obsessing over? This week, some of the folks behind Apartment Therapy share their favorite finds, including an eco friendly fashion brand, a colorful twist on a classic lamp, a Milan hotel, and more.

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Posted on Aug 17, 2017

Move Over Bread, Oprah Loves Bathtubs

Oprah expands her empire by sharing her various loves: Reading, bread, the items on her actual annual list of Favorite Things . But did you know the media mogul has a deep love of bathtubs? She discusses her obsession in a recent interview for Vogue’s September issue .

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Posted on Aug 15, 2017

Here’s How Much Your Favorite Movie Houses are Worth IRL

We love movies because they offer us an escape from everyday life. A chance to—even just for a moment—pretend that we’re the ones touring the Italian countryside or living lavishly in a beach house in Malibu. But have you ever wondered what the real price tag would be on your fantasy life?

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Posted on Aug 9, 2017

What We’re Loving This Week: Pineapple Tables, Fringe Sofas & More — The Love List

Welcome to the Love List, a new series where Apartment Therapy editors share what they’re crushing on this week, whether it’s an article, a product, or something else entirely!

Ever wonder what our editors are obsessing over? This week, some of the folks behind Apartment Therapy share their favorite finds, including fabulous fringed sofas, brass pineapple tables and covetable art.

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Posted on Aug 9, 2017

Google employee’s anti-diversity screed enrages coworkers

For all the talk of improving diversity in technology companies and getting employees to treat each other with respect, it’s clear that there’s still a long way to go. Motherboard has learned that a Google staffer infuriated many of his coworkers aft…

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Posted on Aug 5, 2017

What We’re Loving This Week: Lemon Wallpaper, an Affordable Light Fixture & More — The Love List

Welcome to the Love List, a new series where Apartment Therapy editors share what they’re crushing on this week, whether it’s an article, a product, or something else entirely!

Ever wonder what our editors are obsessing over? This week, some of the folks behind Apartment Therapy share their favorite finds, including some lovely lemon wallpaper, star patterned tile, a sports podcast, cheeky clutches, and more.

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Posted on Aug 2, 2017

Life & Style: Lessons in Self-Expression from Creative Chicagoans

Creativity, self-expression, emotion, comfort: the many philosophies of personal style were in high form at Pitchfork this past month. It was an inspiring few days talking style with folks from all facets of the festival—from music industry pros to production staff to concert goers. I found the stories just as interesting as the looks. For all the lovers of style out there, take a look…

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Posted on Aug 1, 2017

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