• Perspective

            In the midst of the pandemic, these spring-flowering beauties provide perfect therapy and a glimmer of optimism.


            No explanation is obvious, so just patch it and hope the problem doesn’t happen again.

            The Washington Post hosts a live chat on home and design every week.

            The interior designer known for her work with Bill Clinton and other celebrities chooses bedding, chairs and more.


            • Perspective

            In the midst of the pandemic, these spring-flowering beauties provide perfect therapy and a glimmer of optimism.

            • Perspective

            Forget the cute containers and clothes sorted by color that you see on social media. Particularly during the pandemic, we need to be realistic.

            Units with HEPA filters capture most airborne particles. But experts warn against using them to entertain or relying on them alone.

            Get rid of the mildew, patch the holes in the walls and paint.

            It’s time for a new chapter in decorating, filled with more color, pattern and texture.

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            The Washington Post hosts a live chat on home and design every week.

            Though plots in community gardens and other urban farms may seem too tiny to have an impact, they create critical connections to food chains.

            Experts share their favorite whites, navy blues and more.

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            Manufacturers can match the design from a photograph.

            The Washington Post hosts a live chat on home and design every week.

            Charles Almonte’s versatile favorites hit the sweet spot on price and style.

            The plant hunter, based near Washington’s Puget Sound, reflects on his horticultural journey in a new memoir.

            Patio heaters aren’t the only popular items as the pandemic cold sets in. Puzzles, Nintendo Switch gaming systems and spices could be in short supply as well.

            The founder of the design company Aparat asks her clients to describe the life they want to lead, and goes from there.

            Restoration companies can fix and weatherize, but there’s also a DIY option.

            The Washington Post hosts a live chat on home and design every week.

            Fire pits won’t help much; you want to look to gas or infrared heaters.

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