Famed Car Designer Evaluates New 2021 Ford Bronco Design

Let’st just say he liked it… a lot.

coronavirus pandemic isn’t really something to be happy about, but it has brought a few good things to fruition. One of which was Frank Stephenson, which started to upload videos on his YouTube channel in the past four months; probably because he was holed up at home and got nothing else to do. We’re not sure.” data-reactid=”25″This coronavirus pandemic isn’t really something to be happy about, but it has brought a few good things to fruition. One of which was Frank Stephenson, which started to upload videos on his YouTube channel in the past four months; probably because he was holed up at home and got nothing else to do. We’re not sure.

roast of the new BMW 4 Series.” data-reactid=”26″As a car designer, Stephenson’s videos are mostly about how he came up with his previous work on many

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This Stunning Los Angeles Home Featured in House Beautiful Is for Sale

Photo credit: Grey Crawford
Photo credit: Grey Crawford

From House Beautiful

If you’ve ever flipped through an issue of House Beautiful and dreamt of living in the homes displayed in its pages, now might be your chance: Interior designer Jeff Andrews‘s Los Angeles house, which was featured in House Beautiful last year, just hit the market for $2,350,000.

Andrews’ home is also chronicled in his design book, The New Glamour: Interiors with Star Quality, alongside homes he’s designed for celebs, including Kourtney Kardashian, Kris Jenner, and Kaley Cuoco. An award-winning interior designer with an impressive clientele, Andrews has also designed homes for Ryan Seacrest, Dexter star Michael C. Hall, TV personality Carrie Ann Inaba, and NBA star Tyson Chandler.

Photo credit: Grey Crawford
Photo credit: Grey Crawford

Located in the historic Miracle Mile North neighborhood, the Spanish Colonial home was built in 1934. After moving into the home eight years ago, Andrews told House Beautiful that

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This family lost everything in Hurricane Katrina, and then moved into a tiny home

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In Dream Big, Live Small, we visit tiny home-dwellers, discovering why they choose to live this way, how they manage it and the possibilities to do things like travel, learn and grow that have resulted from downsizing so significantly. In the long run, living small is really about living big.

“Going tiny” — meaning selling almost everything you have to downsize and live in a tiny home — takes dedication and a minimalist mindset. But when disaster strikes, and you’re left with nothing, tiny living can be a relief.

When Hurricane Katrina struck Mississippi in 2005, the Parson family’s waterfront home was destroyed along with almost all

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How to Decorate Your Home in an Eco-Minded Way

Photo credit: Nicole Franzen
Photo credit: Nicole Franzen

From Veranda

Maybe you’ve swapped plastic bags for canvas at the farmers’ market, invested in a hybrid car, and even offset your carbon emissions when traveling. But how does it work to be more sustainable as you outfit a new home or refresh your current one? Thankfully, there are designers across the country making it infinitely easier to decorate your home in an eco-minded way than ever before.

Andee Hess, Oregon’s interior design darling for the state’s most prominent brands and residents (think: Stumptown Coffee and Fred Armistead of SNL and Portlandia fame) says growing up in the Pacific Northwest means sustainability is in her blood. But even if it’s not in yours, her talented, creative eye helps guide clients to a more eco-conscious way of designing.

“Being surrounded by green space and nature definitely has a direct impact on your desire to preserve and

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