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A New Bath Collection from the Architect of the Moment

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A New Bath Collection from the Architect of the Moment

We’re always on the lookout for architect-designed functional objects, so we took notice when we came across the Pebble collection of bath fixtures. Designed by Copenhagen, London, and New York-based architecture firm Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) for Danish design brand d line, the Pebble series includes a toilet roll holder, towel rail, coat hook, soap dispenser, toilet brush, and shower shelf, as well as a matching lever handle. sustainably produced in Europe. Each item is handmade from 50 to 70 percent recycled steel. NB: The collection is available online via Minima in the UK and Casson Hardware, founded by Canadian...


10 Things Nobody Tells You About Bathroom Storage

10 Things Nobody Tells You About Bathroom Storage

Next to the kitchen, the bathroom might be the most hard-working room of the house. In my home, it’s where we bathe, practice good dental hygiene, put on makeup, apply Korean face masks (me), catch up on the news (my husband), and prepare for “Crazy Hair Day” (our kids). Given the bathroom’s multifunctionality, it’s critical that the room have proper storage. But proper storage in the bathroom doesn’t just mean having enough shelving. There are three issues unique to bathrooms that need to be considered when planning storage for this space. Heat and humidity: Particularly for bathrooms that don’t have...


Thank you to my mother-in-law for this quick trick on how to cook corn on the cob in the microwave! Did you know that cooking corn on the cob doesn’t require dirtying up a pot, heating up the kitchen, or waiting for a gallon of water to boil? I sure...

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Thank you to my mother-in-law for this quick trick on how to cook corn on the cob in the microwave! Did you know that cooking corn on the cob doesn’t require dirtying up a pot, heating up the kitchen, or waiting for a gallon of water to boil? I sure...

Get this. You can cook your corn on the cob to perfection in the microwave. It’s especially helpful when you only need to cook a few ears at a time. Here’s the foolproof and ridiculously easy trick that I like to call the 3-Minute No Boil Corn on the Cob Method: 1 – Take your shucked ear of corn and wrap it in a moist paper towel so that it is entirely wrapped. 2 – Place it in your microwave and nuke for 3-4 minutes. 3 minutes works for my microwave, but yours may take a smidgen longer. Note: I...