Combining Design Traditions

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🛋 Danish-Italian architect and design duo Stine Gam and Enrico Fratesi have built their reputation by combining their two cultures into a minimalist aesthetic.

The Beauty Of Boho Chic

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Bohemian design has a piecemeal quality—as if every accent, object, and furniture find was picked up along a storied journey through time.

High Design

A ceiling should be thought of as a fifth wall. In many interiors, the ceiling is an afterthought, or last priority among a laundry list of needed decor improvements.

A ceiling should be thought of as a fifth wall. In many interiors, the ceiling is an afterthought, or last priority among a laundry list of needed decor improvements.

Sustainable Design Is Possible

Sustainable Design Is Possible

Noz Nozawa never thought she’d be passionate about antiques. When the San Francisco designer bought her first home in 2010, her style was firmly rooted in Mid-Century Modern.

What’s New In Art, Architecture, And Design

What's New In Art, Architecture, And Design

Landscape painters are telling stories that reach far beyond stars, sky, and sea; backyard barns are playing host to elaborate get-togethers; and custom cocktail bars are serving drinks in style at home.

Rattan Moves Beyond The Beach House

THE STYLE FLOURISHED IN THE 1980S AS A RESPONSE TO RIGID MID-CENTURY DESIGN STANDARDS. Most architectural styles and eras can easily be defined by specific shared hallmarks

Postmodernism: Where History and Humor Meet

THE STYLE FLOURISHED IN THE 1980S AS A RESPONSE TO RIGID MID-CENTURY DESIGN STANDARDS. Most architectural styles and eras can easily be defined by specific shared hallmarks

Natural Wonders

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The innate character, the unique graining, the colors that take their cue from the earth—there’s so much to love about natural stone. Using it throughout your home,

What’s new in Art, Architecture and Design

Whats new in art and architecture

Digital art is immersing itself in 3-D motion, industrial-style glass walls and windows are bringing luxury homes closer to nature, and butler’s pantries are getting an upgrade.