If you watched the “Friends” reunion, you know Jennifer Aniston’s character Rachel Green was a spaghetti-strap zealot. This summer, her skimpy ’90s tops get updated for grownups with lush textures and prints. Here, a few to try.1
The bulging vessels appear in Hamptons beach houses and San Francisco townhouses. Some say they’re charming and chic. Others think they’re silly and overused. Here, design pros fight it out.10
The haunting Nevada desert, featured in this year’s Oscar-winning film, draws travelers in search of hot springs, ghost towns and off-the-grid adventures.11
Can a bedroom’s interior design be expressive and colorful but still soothing enough to ease you to sleep? Yes, and here’s how.5
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Selected by Peter Caddick-Adams, the author, most recently, of ‘Sand and Steel: A New History of D-Day.’
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