Today, Taylor Made Furnished Apartments and thesqua.re are proud to announce their new strategic partnership in New York City. This new partnership will provide corporate travelers not just use of an automated system to reserve their furnished apartment, but a whole interactive, customer-centric experience from the time you book to the time you walk into your home away from home.Read More
Spring is the perfect time for a fresh start -- like redesigning your interior. And lucky for you, there are several new trends to keep an eye on.
Want to decorate with confidence? Just remember to make choices that will effortlessly move you from spring to summer.Read More
If you haven't noticed, smart home tech has exploded over the last several years. And it's no wonder. It's become more affordable, more practical and easier to use.
Are you enjoying the benefits of a connected home? Are there appliances you'd like to upgrade?Read More
Building a new home or undertaking a major renovation requires finding an architect who can bring your vision to life with respect to your lifestyle, time frame and budget.Read More
Your kitchen is a place for gatherings, conversation and nourishment. And it should be a focal point in your home. No matter your level of culinary expertise, purposeful design can create a space you'll love to be in and want to cook in.Read More
The benefits of waterfront living are hard to oversell, but there are unique considerations to living along a body of water. Whether you're searching for an oceanfront condo to rent out, a lakefront vacation home or a riverfront house for quiet weekends, keep these factors in mind to make sure your purchase reflects your goals for the propertyRead More
The layout of your master closet should blend elegant design with convenient usability. The right renovations can turn your closet into a chic gallery that shows off your sartorial taste. Have you been considering an upgrade for your closet? Here are four tips from pro interior designers for your next renovationRead More
There's a new interior design trend in town, and despite its scientific-sounding name, the premise is simple: Bring the outdoors in.
Biophilic design focuses on incorporating nature into home decor and architecture. Said to encourage a healthier, lower-stress living environment, this approach is based on biophilic theory, which says more naturally, holistically designed buildings can improve mental and physical well-being.Read More