Topics :: interior design
Find out what’s hot this spring from appliances to room finishes and decorative art.
Reeling off its success as 2012’s World Design Capital, Helsinki offers visitors an array of shops, museums and collections that embody some of the most prolific design innovations of the modern era.
Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas creates 11 pieces of furniture for the U.S. industrial design house Knoll, shedding his "puritanical" attitude against architects designing objects.
World travelers bring their global aesthetic to a quaint home store in the bustling Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood of New York City.
Architectural Digest honors art director Cedric Gibbons with a green room for Hollywood’s elite at this year’s Academy Awards.
As New York Fashion Week comes to an end, it’s fitting to discover The Morgan Collection, created by a former ready-to-wear design director who took his passion for fashion and reinvented it into home textiles and furnishings.
Burning Man, eBay and a unique sense of style inspire Maple Glen, the latest property addition to the Red Lion Inn.
Created in 1998, the Biennale Internationale Design Saint-Étienne has established itself as a major design event for the professional and general public, on an international scale.
Light, tactile and pleasant to the eye, Gloster’s Dansk line of outdoor furnishings strikes a familiar chord with its clean, tapering lines that hark back to a classic Danish furniture design for all seasons.
Incorporating denim material and denim blues into interiors can be just as cozy and chic as those jeans you love so much and want to wear every single day of your life.