Your tiny bathroom just might become your new favorite room
Looking for small bathroom ideas that will make the space seem larger than life?
So is most of New York City.
The lack of square footage, limited natural light, and number of fixtures to squeeze in make a small bathroom one of the more challenging spaces to decorate.
But when done right, the whole room can seem brighter and more spacious.
And no, you won’t have to spend a zillion dollars to carve a window into the wall (or call on something retro like glass bricks).
These small bathroom ideas go beyond making the most of the available space and prove that bold design elements can be right at home in even the tiniest rooms.
Here are the best ways to turn powder rooms, half-baths, and just little tiny (sometimes windowless) bathrooms into less cramped, more enjoyable situations.
Your small bath may just be your next … [ keep reading on ArchDigest.com ]
The 24 Best Kitchen Gadgets You Will Actually Use
There’s an archetype depiction of chefs in TV or movies that’s more idealist than realistic.
They’re often slightly disheveled, and like to show up unannounced to a tense dinner table to serve their what seems like spontaneously made, yet amazingly tasty stir-fry.
Then, the table quarrel stops, and the topic instantly changes to “How did you manage to make this so crunchy?” or “What did you use to cook this?”
The chef smiles, and happily answers with a list of kitchen gadgets that made it all easier.
This type of chef knows exactly what they’re doing.
They know they can make everyone happy with their craft, but they can’t do it without the help of the best kitchen gadgets.
That’s why they stock up on smart must haves—air fryer, sous vide, cast iron skillet, or just a seriously good Japanese knife—to give their meals substance, make them a better cook, and oh, to always … [ keep reading on Esquire ]
12 Cooking Greens You Can Grow at Home
Cooking greens are simply leafy portions of vegetables that are well suited for cooking rather than being served raw in salads.
A good many root vegetables, such as beets and turnips, serve both functions—the roots are cooked or sliced up for salads, while the above-ground leafy portions are used for cooking greens.
While vegetables in the cooking greens category aren’t always related to one another botanically, they all share some similar qualities.
Most are easy to grow, and many offer a long season of cut-and-come-again harvesting, meaning you can take what you need for cooking and leave the rest of the plant to continue producing.
Many cooking greens can be frozen for winter eating, and most can be succession planted—planted at different times in the same garden area to make maximum use of the growing season.
Here are 12 vegetables for the home garden that make … [ keep reading on the spruce ]