Megan Cahn

Megan is a freelance writer for MarthaStewart.com.
Mixing and matching rugs of different colors and textures will bring major visual interest to your home.
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Can a bathtub be too big? Yes.
No bad chemicals or ghost faces here.
First and foremost, you should always have a backup plan.
They're easy on your eyes and your back.
Your tools and wheels deserve better.
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See how Abbe Fenimore of Studio Ten 25 turned a newly-built home, with a more traditional look, into a beach-chic retreat. 
The entertaining-ready home features the prettiest blues and greens.
See how Abbe Fenimore of Studio Ten 25 turned a newly-built home, with a more traditional look, into a beach-chic retreat. 
The entertaining-ready home features the prettiest blues and greens.
It's all about texture in this retreat created by interior designer Maureen Stevens.
Designer Cortney Bishop defies "beachy" stereotypes, proving that modern design and clean lines work for the shore, too.
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The bones of this four-bedroom colonial home in Madison, New Jersey, may be classically beautiful and dignified, but when you open the front door, you walk into a world that doesn't take itself too seriously.
A young couple set out to give their new farmhouse style home in Utah a modern makeover. The first place on their list: the kitchen.
Two brothers' shared bathroom is reimagined with inspiration from "Star Wars" and the great outdoors.
For a husband and wife embarking on their golden years, the design duo behind Hackett Interiors conjured a home in Bronxville, New York, brimming with texture and light.
With some careful thought and good design, you really can have it all.
The perfect mug can make a morning coffee that much sweeter.
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The dark home gets a bohemian makeover.
These faux plants are far from tacky.
Nope, we're still not tired of this design trend.
This could lead to a a healthier and happier you.
Fun fact: Dorothy Draper started the first interior design company in the US.