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To say I love peanut butter would be an understatement. My life motto might as well be “When life hands you a recipe, add peanut butter to it.” In honor of National Peanut Butter Lovers’ Day, I share my favorite recipes (aside from the obvious peanut butter pie, of course) where this rich, creamy ingredient is the hero. You won’t be disappointed, fellow peanut butter lovers!

Peanut Butter Cookies

Peanut Butter Cookie Recipe - Food Network

Recipe Courtesy of Food Network

You can’t go wrong with something classic and simple. This recipe requires an entire cup of smooth, creamy peanut butter that will make your tastebuds happy. Get the full recipe here>>

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Another week is in the books and the weekend is finally here! *Cue ecstatic happy dance.* If you’re like us, then the weekend is a magical time when all the things piling up on that to-do list can finally get done. Last #HGTVWeekend, we cleaned out our fridges fast and whipped up some incredible yeasted waffles, all while binge-watching a Fixer Upper marathon (aren’t Chip and Jo the cutest?).

Luckily, this weekend has the potential to be just as productive and we would love for you to tackle our new projects with us! When you’re finished, tag your photos #HGTVWeekend on Instagram and Twitter and we’ll share some of our favorites right here on Design Happens. And remember to check back every Friday for more fun to-dos!

Here’s what we’re getting into this weekend:

Make This: Bundt Pan Succulent Garden

Be honest: Are you really using that Bundt cake pan in the back of your cabinet? This fun project puts your old pan to good use while bringing some much needed plant life to your home. Follow the simple instructions below to plant a gorgeous succulent garden.

Learn How to Plant This Succulent Garden + More Fun Weekend Projects

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Have you heard about the dress that’s taking over the Internet? After members of a Scottish wedding party looked at one photo of the mother of the bride’s dress and saw two different color combinations — some saw blue and black, while others saw white and gold — a member of the wedding band posted a photo to Tumblr to get some clarity. The post took off, and the hundreds of thousands of viewers were just as confused: Is it blue and black or white and gold? You decide. (Here’s a great explainer from Wired.com about the science behind the color divide.)

Here at HGTV, we’re fans of bold color — period. So why choose one or the other? This dramatic living room celebrates all four colors.

Blue Black White Gold Living Room

Design by Reiner White Design Studio

With black and blue walls and white and gold accents, the dress is right at home here — no matter which color combo you see.

Design by Reiner White Design Studio

Flip through even more photos of this glamorous space — and learn how to create the look at home.

 

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Entrepreneurs Jennifer Blumin and James Ramsey have a classic New York story to tell: they met in 2001 at a party at Studio 54. Jennifer is the CEO and founder of Skylight, a collection of luxury event spaces, and James is the principal of design firm RAAD and creator of The Lowline. Years later, the entrepreneur pair have used their skill sets — James’ architectural and creative eye and Jennifer’s ability to spot diamonds in the rough — to together create an impressive and one-of-a-kind home.

Jennifer and James, along with their two children, Phineas and Theodore, recently moved into a landmarked building on White Street in TriBeCa and soon began a full renovation of the space. Using a warm, netural palette and a modern-eclectic design scheme, the two created a space that feels both comfortable and luxurious.

Two Living Rooms in One:

Modern Tribeca Living Room

Photo courtesy of James Ramsey

The first living room is situated just off the dining room and kitchen. This luxe living space is designed with an eye toward evening use with a functional, industrial feel.

Modern Tribeca Living Room Bookshelf Decor

Photo courtesy of James Ramsey

The main living space features a high-tech stereo credenza created by RAAD and industrial bookshelves showcasing objects collected from the couples’ world travels.

Modern Tribeca Living Room

Photo courtesy of James Ramsey

The second living room is a low-slung lounge area connected to the first living space. It has the juxtaposition of Old World Hollywood (think: palm trees, teak daybeds). Both the pendant light from Workstead and the historic sign that Jennifer salvaged from a pre-reno Brooklyn bank offer an ode to the loft’s industrial heritage.

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As I write this, we have a couple of inches of snow on the ground and the kiddos have been out of school for eight(!) days straight. There are some series cases of cabin fever going around these parts, and I’m trying my hardest not to catch it myself. How? A daily dose of hot home photography — doctor’s orders.

Today’s dose of warmth comes from Neumann Mendro Andrulaitis Architects and their stunning renovation of a 1950s midcentury modern beach villa in Montecito, Calif. The master bedroom features a custom-made mahogany platform bed. Dave Mendro included access to a patio surrounded by tropical landscaping. And if the air gets a bit chilly at night, there’s a cozy fur throw to curl up with. Mahogany, tropical, fur — these are toasty-sounding words, my friends.

Design by Neumann Mendro Andrulaitis Architects

A gas fireplace offers low-maintenance heating in the sleek, modern living room. I’m ready to get cozy in there with a book or maybe a House of Cards marathon.

Design by Neumann Mendro Andrulaitis Architects

You know what’s good on a cold day? Soaking in a nice, warm bath complete with mineral salts and essential oils.

Design by Neumann Mendro Andrulaitis Architects

Ahhhhh, don’t you feel warmer now?

How are YOU staying warm during these cold times? Share your tips in the comments below.

Like these photos? Take a look at the rest of the home. Want more inspiration for your own space? Head to the HGTV Photo Library.

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I’m probably not the only one out there that’s feeling the winter blues (This does not apply to you, California folks!). Unfortunately, the groundhog saw his shadow, so it looks like we have a little more than two weeks of winter left. Thankfully, there is one solution to bringing some sunshine to these gloomy days — a party! You don’t need an excuse like a birthday, the holidays or a summer barbecue to get your friends together. You can throw one just because it’s winter and you feel like it. Who’s with me? We’ve rounded up our favorite winter party essentials that will keep your guests happy, cozy and ready to party.

Winter Party Guide

1. Sweater Napkin Ring / 2. Glitter Hair Pins / 3. Greek Chili / 4. Winter Sunset Cocktail / 5. Hot Chocolate Party Favors

1. Decorate With This: Sweater Napkin Rings. Knits are an easy, festive way to add warmth to your party decor. If you have a sweater collecting dust in your closet, cut small sections from it and sew the ends together to make cute, upcycled napkin rings. If you know how to sew a button, then this craft will be a cinch. Get 15 more ways to decorate with an old sweater>>

2. Wear This: Glitter Hair Pins. My favorite way to fight the winter blues is through sparkle and color. Dress up your LBD with glitter hair pins. Slide bobby pins on a scrap piece of paper to keep them stable. Apply a thin line of craft glue on top of the pin, sprinkle a generous amount of glitter and allow to dry. You’ll want to plan a grand entrance while wearing this fab hair accessory.

3. Eat This: Greek ChiliKeep your guests happy by filling their bellies with comfort food. One of the easiest hearty meals to make is chili, and today just happens to be National Chili Day. This Greek version makes a big batch, so your guests can go back for seconds…or thirds. I’m not one to judge. Get the recipe here>>

4. Sip This: Winter Sunset CocktailThe combination of coconut-flavored rum, white crème de cacao and coffee-flavored Jamaican rum will warm your guests right up. Go the extra mile by topping it off with warm whipped cream. Get the full recipe here>>

5. Make This: Hot Chocolate Spoon FavorsWinter won’t be over after your party, unfortunately. Send your friends home with delicious hot chocolate spoons, so they can continue the party in their own home. Get the full instructions here>>

Stay safe and warm, friends! What’s on your list of winter party essentials?

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You guessed correctly if you chose option A. The HGTV Smart Home 2013 kitchen’s watery color scheme brings the outdoors in. Designer Linda Woodrum let the beachy locale inspire the island’s tropical turquoise shade that she contrasted with crisp white in the wall cabinets, quartz countertops and glass subway tile backsplash.

HGTV Smart Home Kitchen

We randomly chose one person from the comments, and Rose is the winner of a Honeywell HeatBud personal heater and MistMate Humidifier. Congrats!

Check back next Wednesday to decorate a new space.

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Pet Hacks

I’m not ashamed to admit that throughout my basset hound, Oliver’s, 13 years, I’ve happily paid for him to see an acupuncturist, animal communicator, massage therapist and yes, the dude even has his own dermatologist. True confessions: I’m far more diligent about Oliver’s skincare issues than I am my own.

Although I’m a dog mama, I’ve got a lot of love to spread around. So, I’ve rounded up some creative ideas for keeping your space both pet friendly and très chic.

1. Kitty Steps. If you’ve already mastered the gallery wall, I’m positive you can handle these kitty steps. Are they a cat toy? Are they shelves? You decide.

2. Wall-Mounted Fish Tanks. What an amazing way to teach the kiddos about life and how to take care of another living/breathing thing. Plus, it’s pretty cool wall decor.

3. Dog Hammock.  If there was an Olympic competition for dog shedding, my dog would be an international gold medal champion. Ditto for drooling. Needless to say, this DIY hammock is a great way to keep all that business out of your car — for good.

4. Kitchen Pet Food Storage. Finding a spot to store a 30-pound bag of pet food is no easy task. So, whether you’ve got a doggie or a kitty, this food storage kitchen cabinet hack is brilliant.

5. Fluffy Rugs. This might seem like a no-brainer, but you can use a stylish rug or pelt specifically as a pet bed — especially if it’s a fluffy number. Small rugs are easy to move around and often look a lot more chic than the average pet bed.

6. Gumball Machine Fish Tank. Here’s a great way to get your kids to give up candy forever: put a fish in their gumball machine!

7. Leather Chew Toy: This leather chew toy for birds is so swank. I would probably sneak into my bird’s cage in the middle of the night and steal it. It would also be super easy to do a DIY version of this with some leather scraps if you’re feeling crafty.

8. Double-Decker Cat Scratch Bed: Grab an Ikea Expedit cube, tie some rope around it, add a couple of fluffy pillows and — voila! You’ve got a super stylish kitty scratch pad.

9. Get Creative With Hooks: Try hanging some interesting hooks near the front door to jazz up your leash storage game.

Do you keep your pets in mind when making home decorating decisions? We’d love to hear about your favorite hacks or design ideas in the comments.

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Did you see my coworkers’ nightstands yesterday? Talk about eye candy! I love getting a peek into people’s homes. And it was PERFECT timing for me, because it just so happens that my video this week is all about my own nightstand makeover.

This week on the HGTV Handmade YouTube channel (you ARE subscribed, right?), we are all participating in a thrift store challenge. Adding to the challenge was the ice storm that hit our area—I’ve been stuck on our hill for over a week! Luckily I had the perfect entry for our challenge already in my garage: A beat-up piece of mid-century office furniture that I planned to spruce up with chalk paint and gold leaf. Watch the video to see how I did it.

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I’ve used it for a couple of projects, but I’m still just as smitten with chalk paint! Not having to sand or prime is such a time saver, and the finish with a couple of coats of wax is lovely. I also can’t get over the difference a little Rub & Buff made on the handles and legs! It’s like a brand new piece, and it makes the perfect nightstand. I added a Jonathan Adler tray to corral my must-haves, a vase with the first Lenten Roses of spring, my favorite books and a delicious smelling candle. Perfect.

Chalk Paint Nightstand With Gold Details

The Finished Navy-and-Gold Nightstand

What thrift store scores have you made recently? Tune in to HGTV Handmade every day this week to see what my partners in crime make with their thrift store finds.

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You’re unique, so shouldn’t your bathroom be unique, too? With infinite color and style options, tile is a fun way to add interest and appeal. Get inspired by these six creatively tiled bathrooms and say buh-bye to that boring, old water closet.

Create a Theme

Scuba Bath

Design by Roshele Allison & Eric Gedney | Photo by Sam VanFleet

This ocean-inspired powder room designed by Roshele Allison and Eric Gedney is the coolest. Aquatic patterned tile flows from ceiling to floor, mimicking cascading water. When the blue glass countertop lights up, bright hints of blue are highlighted in the tile to make the effect even more striking. It’s like a bathroom aquarium!

Less is More

Waterfall Shower

Design by Sandra & Scott Gjesdahl | Photo by A-Medley Photography

This Asian-inspired bath is as zen as it gets. To maintain an open feel, designers Sandra and Scott Gjesdahl installed a textured glass-tiled plumbing chase in lieu of a dividing wall. And the floor tiles? They’re heated!

More Unique Ways to Tile to Your Bathroom

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As most of the U.S. can attest, this winter has packed a wallop — and not just in the Northeast. Here at HGTV Headquarters in relatively balmy Knoxville, Tenn., we’re experiencing record low temperatures and plenty of ice and snow. Brrrr….!

Snowy Landscape

So, what do you do when life gives you snow? Make margaritas, of course!

Snow Day Margaritas Recipe
Truth be told, my mixologist skills are a bit rusty; thankfully margaritas are a snap — just four basic ingredients that you can take to the next level with add-ins to suit your taste.

Ready to turn freshly fallen snow into a taste of summer? Here’s the recipe:

Snow Day Margaritas
Serves 2

  • 2 cups sugar
  • 1 cup water
  • 2/3 cup citrus juice (orange, lime or lemon)
  • tequila
  • clean, fresh snow
  • citrus fruit, for garnish

1. Create a simple syrup by adding water and sugar to a small saucepan; bring to a boil. Stir until the sugar completely dissolves, then remove pot from heat.

2. Transfer simple syrup to a small bottle or pitcher and allow to cool. Add citrus juice and a second cup of water to thin the syrup a bit.

3. Fill glasses to the brim with fresh snow, add syrup mixture and a splash (or two!) of your favorite tequila. Garnish with a citrus wedge and enjoy!

We’d love to know: What’s your favorite snow day tradition or activity? Let us know in the comments below.

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Congratulations to this week’s winner, Rose!

Can you guess which island belongs in this kitchen?

Decorate This Space

Type A, B or C in the comments section, and we’ll reveal the answer tomorrow. One lucky winner will win a Honeywell HeatBud personal heater and MistMate Humidifier. You don’t have to guess correctly to win.

Choose A, B or C

You may only comment once to be considered, and you don’t have to purchase anything to win; a purchase will not increase your chances of winning. Odds depend on total number of entries. Void where prohibited by law. Only open to legal residents of 50 U.S., D.C. or Puerto Rico, and you must be at least 18 years of age to win. All entries (comments) must be entered between 10:00 a.m. ET on February 25, 2015 and 12:00 p.m. ET on February 26, 2015. Subject to full official rules. By leaving a comment on the blog, you acknowledge your acceptance to the Official Rules. ARV of prize: $55. Sponsor: Scripps Networks, LLC, d/b/a HGTV, 9721 Sherrill Boulevard, Knoxville, TN 37932. 

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It’s true that all of us here at HGTV and Design Happens have a certain degree of love for pretty interiors. Working with a group of super-creative people is so fun, because we’re constantly inspired by each other’s individual styles and tastes when it comes to decorating. We thought we would throw back the curtain and give you a little peek inside our homes to get a glimpse of how we HGTV-ify our spaces.

Here’s the first round of show-and-tell. Our editors shared a photo of an object in our bedrooms that can tell you a lot about a person: our nightstands.

Shannon:

I’m prone to knocking things off my nightstand when I clumsily hit the snooze button each morning, so I keep it simple. I painted the small dish at a local pottery studio, and it’s great for corralling lotions and other bedside essentials. I’m very sensitive to light while I’m sleeping, so I always keep the mask handy. I had it custom made by Rue Violet because most sleep masks are a tad snug for me (and because they come in such cute patterns).

Blue geometric lamp on nightstand

All of Shannon’s must-haves for a good night’s sleep are easily reached.

Kayla:

Back in grade school, my parents bought me a bedroom suite. You know, the whole matching set – two dressers, nightstand, mirror, headboard. Well, I got half of the pieces up to my tiny loft and all of a sudden it looked like a furniture showroom. I immediately got out the chalk paint and went to town. My next little project: finding the perfect knobs.

Custom painted nightstand with white lamp

Kayla’s nightstand get an artistic upgrade with custom paint.

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If you diligently entered the HGTV Dream Home 2015 Giveaway twice a day for your chance to win our Martha’s Vineyard getaway, you know that the entry period wrapped up last week. We’re keeping our fingers crossed that a Design Happens reader snags the grand prize, but even if you don’t win, you can still incorporate the home’s updated coastal style in your home. Inspired by the guest bedroom, we went shopping for products that offer nautical flair with a modern twist. Here’s our formula for recreating this look:

Copy the Nautical Style From HGTV Dream Home 2015's Guest Bedroom

1. RugsUSA / 2. CB2 / 3. Dot & Bo / 4. Crate and Barrel
/ 5. Wayfair / 6. Target / 7. Pottery Barn

OUR FORMULA: RECREATE THIS LOOK

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When we asked which color you loved for FebruaryTangerine or Flamingo — it was a close battle. Some of you loved tangerine’s vibrance and retro quality, like blog reader flowergirlcraft: “Tangerine….lets bring back the 60′s . Looks like retro is in,” she says.  But others were equally smitten with flamingo: “It’s a nice combination of orange and pink blended together that gives a bold statement, but it’s soft enough to stand on its own,” says blog reader Butterfly45. And some of you even thought they looked great together. (We agree…just look at this living room!)

Society Social Bar Cart in Pink and Orange Living Room

Image Courtesy Society Social

Here’s the final tally:

February 2015 Color of the Month - HGTV Design Happens

In honor of Tangerine’s win, here are some surprising new ways to use the color — for this month and beyond.

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After being iced indoors most of last week, all I can think about is being somewhere warm. No, HOT. I want sand between my toes and condensation on the glass of a tropical drink. Speaking of which, today is National Margarita Day! It may be frigid out, but I’m not passing up a frozen concoction (that helps me hang on).

Raspberry Margarita Recipe

Photo + Recipe Courtesy of Casa Noble Tequila

Raspberry Margarita
Serves 1

  • 1 1/2 ounces Casa Noble Crystal Tequila
  • 3/4 ounce raspberry simple syrup*
  • 1/2 ounce ginger liqueur
  • 1/2 ounce fresh lime juice
  • 1 tablespoon agave nectar
  • rosemary sprig, for garnish
  • black pepper

Combine tequila, lime juice, ginger liqueur, agave and simple syrup into a cocktail shaker, and shake well. Pour over ice into a Collins glass, and sprinkle fresh ground pepper on top. Garnish with a rosemary sprig.

*For the Raspberry Simple Syrup: Combine 1/4 pound of raspberries with 1/4 cup of sugar and bring to a boil. Strain and push through a fine sieve. Reserve.

More recipes to try:

How are you celebrating National Margarita Day? With an ice-cold margarita … indoors … sheltered from the snow? Or maybe you’ll be hanging from a hammock somewhere warm with a bevvy in hand? Tell us below!

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On this week’s episode of Ellen’s Design Challenge we watched as the four remaining contestants battled to create the reigning champ of sofas. And create, they did! Seeing the awesome finished products put me in the mood to build a couch of my own! But then I remembered I’m not a furniture designer and have no carpenter friends.

So I decided to do the next best thing: upholster. Below I’ve put together some easy DIY upholstering projects that any newbie (like me) could do with relative ease in a weekend or two. Yay! New furniture! (Sorta).

Design by Gaspar de Jesus | Ellen’s Furniture Design Challenge

See the other incredible designs from Episode 4 >>>

First, learn the basics.

Before starting your project, familiarize yourself with the language of upholstery. Batting? Welt chord? Huh? Learn the ins and outs of upholstery here >>>

The tools of the trade. 

Prepare like a Pro. 

Before tackling any DIY project, it is essential to prepare, prepare, prepare. To get your furniture ready for upholstery, strip away the old fabric and start over with a fresh, clean slate. Learn how strip your old furniture here >>>

How to Strip Furniture for Reupholstery - HGTV Design Happens

Upholster your little heart out! 

This arm chair upholstery project looks like fun! Next weekend’s project? I think yes. Learn how to reupholster your own arm chair here >>>

Blue and White Reupholstered Armchair

Reupholstering this bench looks pretty simple, too! Try it at home >>>

Reupholster a Run-Down Bench - HGTV Design Happens

Can’t sew? No problem! Learn how to make this gorgeous no-sew headboard >>> Quick tip: if you aren’t very good at working with wood, consider buying a pre-made wooden frame for this project.

Make Your Own Upholstered Headboard - HGTV Design Happens

I can’t wait to reupholster my old worn-out couch! Let me know what weekend upholstery projects you plan to tackle in the comments below.

Can’t get enough of Ellen’s Furniture Design Challenge? Don’t miss Episode 5 “From Trash to Treasure,” airing February 23rd at 9/8c.

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Is there anything more glorious than the weekend? Sure, all of us at HGTV write and blog about beautiful things, DIY projects and amazing makeovers all week long, but the weekend is when we take that inspiration home. We repaint that bargain estate sale table, find out how to really organize that junk drawer, try a new pancake recipe and (maybe) even try a project from our endless Pinterest boards.

That’s why we decided to share our to-do list with you. Every Friday, we’ll share a few easy projects we’re planning to tackle over the weekend, from cleaning hacks to simple crafts to gardening ideas to cocktail recipes. Then, we want to hear from you: If you try out these projects (or tackle some of your own) tag your photos #HGTVWeekend on Instagram and Twitter. We’ll share some of our favorite photos right here on Design Happens.

Here’s what’s on tap for this weekend:

Clean This: The Fridge
What’s lurking in the back of the refrigerator? Some expired olives or some spilled jelly, perhaps? Well, we’ve got you covered with some quick cleaning solutions that will keep it looking (and smelling) fresh.

Clean Out the Refrigerator the Easy Way With Tips From HGTV

Kitchen Design by Mark Williams

GET OUR FRIDGE-CLEANING TIPS + MORE WEEKEND PROJECTS

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Of all the major award shows, The Oscars broadcast is the only one I rearrange my calendar for, so you know what I’ll be doing this Sunday night. I’ve been a film fanatic since I was a kid, and I’d be lying if I said I didn’t want to see my own name in lights one day. But since my acting career has fallen behind my interest in home design, I guess I’ll just have to settle for incorporating the lights into my own home and hope that my dogs will make do as my adoring fans.

I’ve been drawn to marquee signs since I started seeing them pop up in interiors with the rustic trend, and I’m in love with designer Amy Lutz’s use of marquee letters to spell out “LOVE.” The placement of the letters is perfect — they illuminate both the patio and dining room of this Austin home, creating a fun, playful vibe.

Design by Amy Lutz

Here’s another great example from Blu Interiors, which used marquee letters to spell out “ATL” and honor the homeowner’s love for the city of Atlanta. The letters really work with the rustic, vintage vibe of the space.

Design by Blu Interiors

If spelling out “BETH” ends up being a little too obvious or gets vetoed by my husband, maybe I’ll opt for a symbol like the arrow designer Karen Wolf used in what has got to be the hippest nursery ever!

Design by Karen Wolf

What kind of marquee sign would you display in YOUR home, or do you already have one flashing? Let us know in the comments below.

Want more inspiration for your home? Head to the HGTV Photo Library.

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Hampers

There’s nothing in the world my dog loves more than lying in a pile of dirty laundry. Unfortunately, I’m not a dog, so mountains of dirty laundry only serve to gross me out, take up space and remind me what a bad housekeeper I am.

I’ve made it my mission to search far and wide for the most fab, stylish, chic hampers out there to help tame the dirty laundry monster that always seems to live right next to my bed, on my bathroom floor, and if I’m being really honest, on my closet floor, too.

1. Provence Laundry Hamper. Is this a bedside table? A side table? Spoiler alert: NO! It’s actually a hamper cleverly hidden inside a piece of furniture. #genius

2. Charcoal Felt Hamper. This hamper makes me think about neckties, dress shoes and Leonardo DiCaprio yelling “Act as if…!” from Wolf of Wall Street. It’s a pretty swank spot for your dirty socks.

3. Elephant Hamper. Sometimes if I’m having a bad day I’ll type “best friends elephants” into YouTube and spend 20 minutes smile-crying while watching sweet elephant videos. This hamper makes me smile the exact same way.

4. Aqua Herringbone Hamper. Bring a little cheer to the misery that is the spin cycle with this bright, bohemian-chic African basket, or store your snake/belly dancing supplies in it. Whatever works.

5. Round Commercial Hamper. This hamper captures the industrial-chic spirit with the ease of wheels. This would be particularly helpful if, like me, your laundry needs to be collected from all corners of your home.

6. Stainless/Leather Hamper. This is clearly the Rolls Royce of all hampers. If I owned one of these bad boys, I’d probably put it in the middle of my living room floor for everyone to see rather than hidden in a closet corner. It might be the most beautiful hamper I’ve ever seen in my life.

Which one suits your design style? Let us know in the comments.

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