Designer Jonathan Adler has teamed up with TOMS Shoes to create a limited-edition collection of spring-inspired shoes and sunglasses. The collaboration features TOMS’ classic shoe and sandal with Jonathan’s iconic designs. Plus, plain eyewear is transformed with splashes of colorful stripes and patterns. “I’ve been a long-time fan, wearer and devotee of TOMS, so when the collaboration came about I was ecstatic because it felt right and organic,” Jonathan says. “I wanted the collaboration with TOMS to reflect the spirit of my work, which is what I call style, craft and joy.”
Jonathan Adler for TOMS
Jonathan’s collection will be included in the “one for one” plan. So, with every pair of shoes purchased, TOMS will give a pair of shoes to a child in need. And with every pair of eyewear purchased, TOMS will help restore the sight of someone in need.
Jonathan visited The Action Center in the Rockaway Community of NYC to fit kids with TOMS shoes. Hear what Jonathan has to say about his collaboration with TOMS and his recent giving trip >>
On Christmas Eve/Christmas morning I’m typically tapping my toes waiting on water to boil while trying to time one dish with another, then fitting in a sitcom while waiting on my oven to preheat (ridiculous!). My ancient appliances take all the fun out of holiday cooking. If you’ve seen our Holiday House kitchen remodel, then you know a modern update can make a huge difference, especially during the busiest time of the year.
Designer Laurie March outfitted the once contractor-grade kitchen into a cost-saving yet custom masterpiece with brand-new appliances just in time for holiday cooking. To create a more space-saving solution, she chose a microwave range above the induction cook top. This frees up countertop space and is more cost-efficient, too.
So, what do you do with all that extra countertop space? Set up a sweet and savory holiday brunch buffet, of course! Laurie’s efficient kitchen layout is perfect for holiday entertaining. The remodel’s biggest splurge, a storage-packed, concrete-topped island, is the ideal spot for setting up a Christmas morning spread. Plus, it’s right beside the oven for a quick warm-up.
Get your home in tip-top shape before the holidays with our must-try projects from HGTV’s Holiday House.
Frigidaire Gallery Freestanding Induction Range helps you get your holiday meals to the table faster. The induction cook top has a Quick Boil feature that brings water to a boil in less than 2 minutes. The oven also has a 6-minute preheat, so you get all of your dishes in faster. Since induction heats the pan and not the cook top, spills can’t burn to the surface, reducing overall cleaning time. Induction cooking uses the pan as a heat source rather than the cook top, creating more versatile, efficient and responsive results. You will also be able to keep all of your side dishes warm in the Keep Warm Zone that keeps food warm until everything — and everyone — is ready.
The holiday season is officially here, and now’s the perfect time to prep your home with winter decor, accessories and home essentials (think fresh bed linens!). HGTV has partnered with home and lifestyle shopping site One Kings Lane to celebrate the holidays with all the products and inspiration you need to holiday-ify your home. Starting today, November 5 at 11 a.m. EST, you can shop the exclusive sale.
Check out our favorite ways to ready your home for fall using pieces straight from the One Kings Lane sale.
Dress Up the House With Holiday Decor
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Add Some Luxe With Metallics
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Add Splashes of Color With Chic Furnishings
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Set a Memorable Holiday Table
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Prep the Kitchen for the Season
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Stock Up the Bathroom + Bedroom for Overnight Guests
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Don’t Forget About Hostess Gifts!
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Head over to One Kings Lane and start shopping today’s holiday-inspired sale now through November 11.
I actually experienced my first heartbreak a few years ago when I fell head over heels for a flawless, hand-dyed Chesterfield sofa. Once I discovered the price, I knew it would be years before we would be together. As a lifestyle editor, this kind of heartache is hardly rare; I see beautiful furnishings every single day that I’d love to get my hands on but can’t. Luckily, stylish and budget-savvy gal Sabrina Soto, host of The High/Low Project, has scouted the trendiest pieces of the season and found their lovely — and wallet-friendly — counterparts. From cutting boards and pendant lighting to area rugs and throw pillows, Sabrina has found an affordable match for your favorite designer pieces.
Company C | Rugs USA
Welcome guests this holiday season with a colorful, ornate area rug. The intricate pattern on the companyc.com rug drives the price up to $515 (left). But this similar botanical wool rug from rugsusa.com features less detail, making it a beautiful price of $168 (right).
DWR | CB2
For those who can’t get enough of marble, here’s a sleek coffee table you’re going to love. Splurge on the Italian marble-top table with a stainless steel frame for $900 at dwr.com (left), or save yourself some dough and opt for gray-veined marble at a third of the cost ($329) from cb2.com (right).
Cuisinart, Mauviel | Walmart, Calphalon
Culinary pros will love easy access from a hanging pot rack and the stunning copper and stainless-steel pans. The only true difference between the high and low pot racks is the chain links. Splurge on the stainless steel cusinart.com pot rack for $160 (left), or go for the similar buy at walmart.com for just $66 (right). For a 10-piece M’150s copper and stainless steel cookware set from mauviel.com, you’re going to pay $1,985 (left). But, if you go for the Tri-Ply copper and stainless steel 10-piece set from calphalon.com, you’ll save more than $1,500 (right).
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Are you a citrus lover? For me, not much can compete with a bit of lime on a fresh avocado, so when I saw this fantastic citrus spritzer, I knew it was calling my name. The “stem” allows you to coat foods evenly with delicious citrus juice, straight from the fruit – no cutting or squeezing involved! Take it to the table and pass a lemon around for salads, or use it on meat dishes for a zesty finish. Orange you glad I shared this cool gadget with you? (Too much? Sorry.)
If you’re like me, you can never find enough closet space. I store my clothes just about anywhere I can (including the coffee table drawers in my living room). Still, I count myself lucky to have the space I do, knowing that some apartment and small-space dwellers don’t even have a closet to call too small. That’s why I love this 20-hanger wardrobe by Alice Rosignoli.
Better Living Through Design
The design makes use of basic items (just wooden hangers and black rope), but the overall result is a demonstration of just how functional those simple items can be. I’m a big fan of fashion as decoration anyway, so I have no problem with an exposed wardrobe. What about you?
I take a lot of pride in my home. If it was up to me, everything would be cute, right down to the light switch and outlet covers. But sometimes, it’s hard to find an attractive solution for your most basic and utilitarian essentials. Luckily, Garden Glory has risen to the occasion for at least one of those ugly little problems. They offer gold, white, neon pink and black hoses, but I believe the matching antler holder is my favorite part. Even better? Animal decor is right on trend for fall!
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What do weight watchers, smokers, compulsive shoppers and disciplinarians have in common? They could all make great use of the kitchen safe. Just put an item in the safe, and set the timer. No one (not even you!) can get in until the time reaches zero. You can even showcase gifts inside to heighten anticipation for the receiver. What a great idea!
Inspired by 18th-century French design, this beautiful Versailles burlap-backed chair would be a unique addition to any home. The hooded top adds drama to the look. Place it in the library or by a bookshelf, and you’ve got an interesting new reading nook.
I love a good hanging plant, but the ceiling in my older home is pretty low, so there’s not much room to hang anything. These pretty wall planters would be the perfect solution to my low-ceiling problem. They’re a convenient space saver, plus their design is so nice and simple. They’re handmade of porcelain and leather, and their natural look allows the plants to really shine.
What do you think? Would you hang a few in your home (or maybe cover an entire wall)?