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Alyssa Longobucco


New York, NY, United States

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Past articles by Alyssa:

The Tabletop Brand That Turns Scraps Into Your Favorite Napkins

Atelier Saucier is about to take on your entire tablescape. → Read More

How to Make Your All-White Kitchen a Total Showstopper

If you’re planning an all-white kitchen reno of your own—or just want to spice up the blank space you already have—try out one of 5 our easy tips below. → Read More

This Catchall Design Style Is the Easiest to Recreate

...and you're probably already incorporating it in your home. → Read More

7 Kitchen Trends We'll Be Seeing Everywhere in 2022

Playful colors, natural patinas, creative storage, and more. → Read More

We’re Calling It: This Furniture Trend Will Still Be Huge in 2022

The curved furniture trend shows no signs of stopping. Here's why the design trend became so popular in 2021 and what 2022 holds for the style. → Read More

Sage Green Is the New Neutral—Here’s Proof

Decorating with sage green—2022's color of the year—is easier than you'd think. Here are 11 ways to incorporate it into your own home. → Read More

3 Ways to Remove Pesky Heat Stains from Wood Furniture

Someone set down a hot pot on your table? Not to worry, we've got the solution. → Read More

The 3 Very Best Ways to String Lights on a Christmas Tree

Here are three tried-and-true methods for stringing lights on a Christmas tree that we've learned over the years, and the ones we keep returning to. → Read More

7 Ceramicists You’re About To See Everywhere

Meet seven of the country's best ceramicists participating in our fourth annual Mugs52, a collection of limited-edition handmade mugs from 52 studios. → Read More

2022’s Colors of the Year Are Here—& They Have a Lot in Common

The top interior color trends of 2022 are here, and they're all drawing from the color green, ushering in a sense of renewal and optimism for the year ahead. → Read More

5 Best Kitchen Floor Materials to Weather All the Spills & Stains

The most popular kitchen floor material options, like wood, ceramic, stone, luxury vinyl, and cement tile, plus the pros and cons to consider for each. → Read More

The Best Kitchen Countertops for Your Home, According to Design Pros

The best kitchen countertop materials according to pros, from butcher's block and marble to quartz, quartzite, and terrazzo—plus tips on how to maintain each. → Read More

How to Pull Off Two-Toned Kitchen Cabinets

Two-toned cabinetry is a great way to add a little something extra to your kitchen without going so trendy that you regret it five years later. Here's how. → Read More

Wine Glasses Need Not Be Complicated—Here’s the Lowdown

There are a few key features to look for when choosing the right type of wine glass for your bottle—everything else just comes down to style preferences. → Read More

How to Nail the Modern Farmhouse Style in Your Kitchen

The farmhouse style has evolved, but what does that mean for your kitchen? We ask the experts. → Read More

Your First Look At Gap's Home Collection—& Our 7 Faves

Gap's new home collection at Walmart has dropped with more than 400 pieces of bedding, decor, tableware, towels, and more. Here's your first look at Gap Home. → Read More

Every Question You Should Ask Before Signing a Lease

Insider tips from real estate pros on what to look for before signing a lease, including building regulations, decorating rules, bugs, loud neighbors, and more. → Read More

The Year That Changed Outdoor Living Forever

How to make the most of our outdoor spaces—from creating living zones to packing it with outdoor accessories and creating biodiversity—this summer and beyond. → Read More

12 Ideas to Upgrade Your Outdoor Space, Sustainably

We've rounded up the best eco-friendly, sustainable furniture, dishware, accessories and more that make the most of an outdoor summer—and make you feel good. → Read More

What Restoring an Old Home Can Teach You About Life

Renovating an old home comes with important life lessons, including learning to embrace its imperfections—rickety stairwell and old plumbing included. → Read More