The House Beautiful reader is someone whose home is her bedrock. She is always improving it because the process – and result – delights her. Happiness in her home comes from easy luxury and highly personal style. Her home is a gift to share with family and friends.
All the Delicious Details • We’ve got the inside story on Delish’s new state-of-the-art kitchen.
How Do You Kitchen? • Whether you’re likely to win the local bake-off, host a party, or be named Most Organized, these finds suited to your culinary personality make it all easy as pie.
Kitchen Islands • They’ve become a must-have feature, taking up a sizable amount of square footage in a modern kitchen. But do you really need one?
INCREDIBLE KITCHENS • They’re the heart of every home. And these pages prove that whatever their size, shape, or style, kitchens can be as fabulous as they are functional.
BRASS ACT • In this Seattle studio, Reena Ravi amped up the shine to suit the taste of a demanding client—herself.
PRECIOUS STONE • Marble has never been so versatile: One designer uses the material in three surprising ways.
EURO STAR • Bright paint, glossy tiles, and custom cabinetry turn a once-cramped California kitchen into a sunlit oasis worthy of a Provençal farmhouse.
MINI BUT MIGHTY • This 200-square-foot kitchen near Atlanta got a major remodel that makes room for both beauty and function.
New Build, Old Soul • This circa 2021 home in Birmingham, Alabama, could pass for a historic landmark.
Divine Energy • For one designer returning to her Texas roots, a former parsonage becomes a heavenly home.
Washington’s Heights • A house in the Pacific Northwest gets the ultimate California cool treatment, making a family of transplants feel right at home.
A STORYBOOK ENDING • A book reviewer revised a disjointed home into the perfect setting for her family.
Splendid Isolation • When they left the city, all this Toronto pair wanted was space for a garden and their dogs—and the world’s prettiest mudroom.
A Fork in the Road • A welcoming Montana vacation home sits at the intersection of rustic and refined.
Hot Hues • Oven-to-table cookware that looks as good going in as it does coming out.