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Melania Trump defends husband Donald in Harper's Bazaar

Nice to have the resources: She came to the US to work as a model and said she had to go back to Europe several times to get her visa stamped

from Our House Now a Home

Creating a simple storage bin using rope and a cardboard box

Don't throw away that cardboard box! Turn it into a cute and functional storage bin. Using rope, and peel and stick paper this becomes the cutest storage bin to have around the house. Hide toys in it, out of sight in the living room or use it as a decorative accent.

from Apartment Therapy

Decor Ideas for Small Foyers and Entryways

5 Ways to Eke an Entryway Out of Almost No Space at All

Find a collection of calendar/mags/maps & DIY a gallery! Vintage Vogue magazine covers on wall #frames #diy

from Webdesigner Depot

The Most Controversial Magazine Covers of All Time

Rolling Stone, January 22, 1981: John Lennon and Yoko Ono. Annie Leibovitz took this shot just hours before John Lennon was shot outside of his apartment building, the Dakota, in New York City on December 8, 1980. Leibovitz originally wanted to take the shot of Lennon alone but he insisted that his wife be in the pictures. This cover was named the most popular magazine cover of the past 40 years by the American Society of Magazine Publishers.

from Harper's BAZAAR

See Jennifer Lopez's New NYC Apartment

Jennifer Lopez New York City Home - Go Inside Jennifer Lopez's NYC Apartment - Harper's BAZAAR Magazine

from BuzzFeed

20 Vibe Magazine Covers That Perfectly Define The '90s

Lauryn Hill (August 1998) | 20 Vibe Magazine Covers That Perfectly Define The '90s

from Hooked on Houses

Gwyneth Paltrow's Tribeca Penthouse

Tribeca Penthouse Apartment Floor Plan

from Harper's BAZAAR

A Peek At New York's $95 Million Apartment

After three years of construction, the tallest residential building in the Western Hemisphere is finally complete (and it's higher than the Empire State Building).

Andrew Skurman Associates specialize in all the classical architectural traditions of French, Georgian, Neoclassical, Mediterranean, and country homes. There work is widespread and has graced countless magazine covers and pages. Andrew Skurman opened his namesake firm in 1992 and is based in San Francisco. They are full service, meaning they start a project from the ground up all the way to the finishing of the interiors.