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How Interior Designer Michelle Gage Totally Remade Her 1927 Villanova Home
The quirky stone colonial is a study in patterns and playful exuberance.
Why Do We Think Buying Stuff Will Change Who We Are?
When it comes to shopping, hope springs eternal.
Muralist Symone Salib on the Philly Places and Things She Can’t Live Without
The artist and educator gives a peek into her colorful world.
This Lancaster-Made Smokeless Firepit Will Heat Up Your Crisp Fall Nights
Big enough to gather friends around, small enough to fit on your patio.
What We’re Wearing Now That We’re Finally Getting Dressed Up Again
Whether you’re off to a gala or the grocery store, now’s the time to make a style statement with bold colors, mixed textures, and a long-overdue return to elegance.
North Philly’s Bilenky Cycle Works Makes Some of the Coolest Bikes Around
Get to know one of their models — a sleek steel-framed mountain bike called the Hedgehog.
This Chic Boutique Hotel Honors the Powerhouse Women’s Org That Once Occupied the Building
Rohe Creative’s all-female team wove history throughout Washington Square West’s new “invisible service” hotel.
Love It or List It Exec Brian Balthazar Has a New Show Set in Philly. Here’s What He Can’t Live Without
His new Philly-based production company shot Tough Love with Hilary Farr here. The show premieres in November.
Don’t Look Now, but the Mullet, History’s Most Maligned Hairstyle, Is Back
Business in the front, party in the back, and better than ever.
Look Inside the Wild and Wonderful Home of Interior Designer Barette Widell
Included: a “ladies’ lounge” highlighted by a pink neon sign and a powder room designed to feel like a jewel box.
Darrell Alston on His Luxury Sneaker and Apparel Brand, Bungee Oblečení
The designer chats about designing shoes in prison and treating footwear like a work of art.
In Defense of the Ugly But Glorious Mom Swimsuit
You say bathing tunic, I say super-practical, totally functional do-anything-you-want-in-it pool attire.
This Bright and Airy Shore House Was Inspired by a Bahamian Hotel
Main Line designer Stephanie Kraus brought tropical prints and fun pops of color to the Ocean City residence.
Ready to Redecorate? Start With These Pretty, Philly-Made Wallpapers
Plus, tips from Abington-based wallpaper whiz Randy Bardol on how to make them pop.
Meet the Lancaster Clothier Turning Vintage Quilts Into Wearable Art
Elizabeth Leaman of Lady Lancaster on bringing quilting culture to a new generation.