Elyse Moody

Elyse Moody

Elyse is a former senior editor for Martha Stewart Living.

These designer-approved tips are every bit as easy as they are elevated.
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The products from Rume are eco-friendly, too.
An immediate family-only celebration doesn't mean you should skip out on reenergizing your entryway, living room, bar, and powder room.
See how Lora Aragon made good use of her time spent at home by organized two rooms with some ingenious storage solutions.
Here's why these beauty heroes may be the secret to helping skin lock in moisture all winter long.
Author and former Martha Stewart Books editor Sanaë Lemoine's delicious debut novel, The Margot Affair, transports you to Paris one bite at a time.
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A few fresh coats—three thin ones, to be precise—does the trick, whether your style is bright and cheerful or deep and sophisticated. Follow these steps to a smooth finish.
Reupholster your favorite pieces of furniture when they get worn, and they'll look wonderful for decades to come. We offer the full 101—from hiring a professional to picking fabrics—and share the simple DIY ideas you can absolutely do.
The frames were powder-coated, the leather reupholstered, and they looked better than ever before.
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You're just a few ingredients away from a relaxing, full-body-soothing soak.
Before your kitchen turns into holiday-cooking headquarters, set it up for success. These organizing ideas make prepping, entertaining, and cleaning seamless—something you'll be grateful for all season.
From decluttering your refrigerator to clearing off your countertops, these genius tips will help you stay organized this season.
A well-lit room is a work of art. This illuminating guide will help you find the fixtures that reflect your personal style.
You have thousands of pictures on your phone (or in that cloud up there). But when was the last time you printed and displayed one? Follow these tips to take images of the people, places, and things you love of the tiny screen and put them on your walls.
The natural fabric dye is gaining interest as a healing skincare ingredient.
Give us your delicate dinner plates, your tarnished silver, your smudged stemware. We'll show you how to make them shine and sparkle, right in time for the season of celebration.
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They're like sunshine in a bottle.
This striking design technique is an easy way to make an artful impact.
You'll actually look forward to tackling your to-do list.