Tina Knowles Lawson Once Accidentally Bought Two Picassos

Tina Knowles Lawson, who is known for her corny jokes on Instagram (but may also be recognized as the mom of powerhouse entertainers Beyoncé Knowles-Carter and Solange Ferguson), recently shared her extensive art collection with Kimberly Drew for Vanity Fair’s September issue. READ MORE » Powered by WPeMatico

Here’s What It’s Like to Be a Realtor on House Hunters

It’s not all complaints about ugly paint color and wall-to-wall carpeting. Leslie Remy, owner of Astra Realty in San Antonio, Texas, dished to GuideLive.com about what it’s like to be a real estate agent on an episode of the HGTV hit show “House Hunters.” And while it may look like the Realtor just pops in for a three quick viewings and to sign a few papers, Remy says that couldn’t be further from the truth. READ MORE » Powered by WPeMatico

Man Repeller's Leandra Medine On Taking Risks In Fashion Versus Interiors

Leandra Medine and husband Abie Cohen moved into their NYC loft while Medine was four months pregnant, and the Man Repeller founder had a hard and fast deadline to decorate the place. “I knew we had to get everything done before I entered my third trimester, because I was a fire-breathing dragon during my pregnancy,” she recently told Architectural Digest. READ MORE » Powered by WPeMatico

Michael Kors Fancies Himself a Green Thumb

Michael Kors’ Greenwich Village apartment is a lot like his eponymous fashion line: put together but not stuffy, classic American with accents from other places. Architectural Digest just toured the home he shares with husband Lance Le Pere. READ MORE » Powered by WPeMatico

What It's Really Like to Be on Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman's New Crafting Show, Making It

Attention crafters, makers, DIYers, and creators of all sorts of thingamajigs: there’s a magical new TV show called “Making It” that will delight you more than a trip to the craft store. “Making It,” NBC’s new crafts competition reality show, embraces all things handmade and it debuts on NBC on Tuesday, July 31 at 10/9c. Hosted by our favorite TV duo Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman, the hour-long crafting series features eight contestants who over the course of six episodes engage in some friendly competition, working their way to the final episode where one contestant is crowned the ultimate crafter. Read More

Now’s Your Chance To Live In The Brady Bunch House

Don’t go trying to play ball in this house. For the first time in nearly half a century, one of TV’s most famous homes is back on the market. The home used as the exterior for The Brady Bunch, a 3 bed, 3 bath that supposedly held six kids, two parents, and a housekeeper, is located just north of Los Angeles in the San Fernando Valley, and is listed by Ernie Carswell of Douglas Elliman for $1.88 million. READ MORE » Powered by WPeMatico

These Are the Books You Should Buy On Prime Day

Christmas in July, A.K.A. Amazon’s Prime Day, has finally arrived. While tech junkies get excited about the electronics deals, and we’ve found some amazing discounts on home items we love, bookworms can also get a piece of the Prime pie today. In addition to discounting some bestselling books, Amazon is offering a blanket discount on book orders of $20 or more. We’ve grouped together some ready-to-buy shopping carts based on your favorite category, be it memoir, thriller, or romance—but feel free to mix-and-match. READ MORE » Powered by WPeMatico

Do You Like Jokes and Crafts? This Punny Video Of Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman Is Sew Good

If you like puns, crafts, and craft-related puns, then we have a pretty great way for you to spend two minutes. In a video to promote their new crafting competition show, Making It, former Parks & Rec costars Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman challenge each other to a DIY-themed pun-off. READ MORE » Powered by WPeMatico

Get the Look: Moonrise Kingdom's New England Coastal Vibes

Moonrise Kingdom was the second Wes Anderson film I ever saw, but the first of which I could see myself easily walking onto the set and living my life comfortably; this wasn’t terribly noteworthy as the competition was slim. Nonetheless, it’s sepia toned New England setting calls to me. And I’m a sucker for a peter pan collar. The thing that strikes me about this film is I don’t want to recreate a room piece by piece. Instead I’m drawn to the general filter through which to view each location. Drawing inspiration from nature and nautical activities, I want to Read More

Here's What Seinfeld's Apartment Would Look Like in 2018

Move over Fourth of July, we have another important summer holiday to celebrate: It’s been 29 years since Seinfeld debuted on July 5, 1989 and introduced us to Jerry, his best friends Elaine, George, and Kramer, and his iconic one-bedroom Upper West Side apartment. READ MORE » Powered by WPeMatico