Welcoming entryways are possible even if you don't have one. Use a storage bench, mirrors, table, dividing screens and arrange your furniture to create a separate space.
Make piles for things you use often, impulse buys you've never used, broken but well-loved, things you bought to impress the neighbors, total trash. Invite the neighbors to retrieve the stuff you borrowed and never returned.
Henry Wilcots plugged away for 20 years to complete the massive Bangladesh capital complex.
The exhibition tells the story of how the Philadelphia architect helped save modernism.
Through sweaty hikes to see fifth-floor walk-ups, apologetic calls from Realtors and far too many application fees, I kept wondering: Is this insanity normal?
Kids instinctively know just the spot that works for them, even when adults think we have a better idea.
Right now, a lot of our perennials are blooming their heads off. Unfortunately, sometimes those heads are a bit high above the ground or get beaten down by heavy rains.
Amtrak's Station Square design lacks the playful sociability of the Porch.
Some materials used in remodeling jobs can produce unpleasant odors. Take these steps to avoid them.
A modernist commune from the '60s gives way to dessert nights and "woonerfs."
By blocking the designation of a neighborhood historic district, Councilwoman Jannie Blackwell is allowing developers to level West Philadelphia's jewel.
"People think they can do one anywhere. We've gotten lots of calls with requests like, 'We want to do one in our driveway.' That's not how it works."
The bathroom tub and tub walls are all this pinkish beige color, with ugly old sliding-glass shower doors and water stains in the toilet. How can I make this bathroom look better?
Removing a small piece of highway from the Delaware River waterfront could help reconnect Center City to the river.