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A Hollywood story producer writes about how she has moved 14 times in the City of Angels, but trees and books have always made her house a home. 
Margaret Roach, former editorial director and garden editor of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, and currently the force behind the popular gardening blog awaytogarden.com, describes her house and garden in upstate New York as a Wunderkammer, or a Cabinet of Curiosities, with each item "bearing the mark of nature," in this week's What Makes a House a Home.
Grace Bonney, of Design*Sponge, is our very first blogger for our new fall series: What Makes a House a Home. Over the next few weeks, on Wednesdays, we'll be featuring a different blogger writing about their home. In today's column, Bonney shares her tips for bringing the outside in, and we showcase three homes (and home-decorating ideas) from the brand-new Design*Sponge book. Take a look at the living rooms of Nicolette Camille Owen, Joy and Tyler Thigpen, and Dave Alhadeff!
A new column takes a look at what's on sale on various internet flash sale sites—our curated picks of home and garden furnishings.
A documentary about the house and furnishings of Yves Saint Laurent turns out to be a moving and elegiac meditation on life and love, and is available on demand, starting today.
We take a look at some of the new furniture and products that were shown at the 2011 International Contemporary Furniture Fair.  
We pick ten favorite products from the recent Milan Design Week that are influenced by nature in their design, including furniture recycled to become planters, plaid garden benches, a bamboo lamp, a futuristic bird house, and more.
Audrey Sterk paints murals of New England coastal scenes that take months to complete, but with digital printing technology, she can customize the work to match your decor. Her work is available in either wallpaper panels or moveable canvas versions.
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