This time last week, Design Miami, the annual fair celebrating the hottest pieces of furniture, decor, and objets d’art, was in full swing. There were items of interest as far as the eye could see: a Balenciaga printer! Fendi fountains! Enjoy this fabulous post from Vogue. Source: The 8 MostRead More →

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If you want intelligent space-saving strategies, you can turn to IKEA.  Almost all of their inner images are built sets, so they are packed with editorial ideas that somebody has dreamed up to become a reality. There is plenty of inspiration and yet these IKEA ” homes ” still feelRead More →

The sweeping mid-century ranch home of Ellen and Jace in Southeast Portland is vintage in the most authentic way — it’s filled with real handmade pieces that have been saved from a bunch of different family members! If the couch and chairs in the living room, the bench at theRead More →

We have had a lot of Danish design recently, so it’s no surprise that we turn to Louise Campbell’s work. Born in Copenhagen to a Danish father and an English mother, Campbell inherited a ” combination of Scandinavian rationalism and femininity, ” which can be seen in its design ofRead More →

There’s a movement rising called The Tiny House Movement . People are choosing to live in homes no larger than a few hundred square feet. Some of them are nestled into the forest. Some of them travel behind a truck. This way of life, living with less , is definitelyRead More →

The holidays are truly a creative wonderland for those who revel in the power of good design. Whether you love to craft, you take joy in decorating your home, or you simply like to shake up your design routine for a couple months each year, ’tis the season for enjoyingRead More →

I know I am not the only one who dreams of living in a castle (France perhaps?), and I recently discovered a designer who is living my dream. Jorge Canete lives in a Swiss castle built in 1975 called le château de Saint Saphorin sur Morges and it truly isRead More →

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The ancient and the contemporary sit harmoniously in this amazing 17th century home in the Italian city of Mantova. Wall frescoes are lovingly preserved in the minimalist rooms, heavy ceiling beams retained as well as the old oak floors, stripped and lightened. Source: Ancient and contemporary in MantovaRead More →

Beautiful grey home with a soft pink touch This beautiful apartment has a very soft look and this is mainly because of the mixture of the warm grey walls (or ‘greige’ like they call it, something in between grey and beige), minimal use of soft pastel colours and natural materialsRead More →

We are in Madrid, a stone’s throw from the central Buen Retiro Park in the elegant district of Salamanca. This apartment for a family of four, two parents which two daughters, and stands in a building dating 1922, has recently been renovated by the Lucas y Hernández-Gil Arquitectos practice. Source:Read More →

When you’re curled up inside on a gross, snowy day, the last thing you want to see more of is grey. Escape into a wonderful world of colour — without leaving your couch. This bold, beautiful Instagram feeds showcase ultra-radiant homes stuffed full of funky, colourful accessories. Source: 11 InstagramRead More →

The sheer cost of maintaining, decorating, or renovating a home is staggering. And if this is your first time in the home rodeo, you might find yourself agog over astonishingly high prices. You mean paint costs that much? And how much is a saw? Source: These 8 Common Home BuysRead More →

New year, new you. Once January 1 rolls around, we all make these grand resolutions to make ourselves healthier, more positive, more productive, and all-around better people. We buy a fancy gym membership. We forgo our favourite takeout spot in favour of a healthy, home-cooked meal. Source: These 10 HomeRead More →

LED adjustable aluminium table lamp with a rechargeable battery. The original design of this portable light makes it ideal to create a special atmosphere in restaurants, hotels, terraces and homes. Source: Cocktail table lampRead More →

A home should be much more than just a place to live. It’s your sanctuary and your nest. Your haven to retreat to after a hard day’s work and spend private time with your nearest and dearest. Interior designers know how important it is to live in an environment whereRead More →

Inspired by the design and craft traditions of the Yucatan Peninsula, Teo pieces are crafted from fine earthenware, with selected shadmehr pieces featuring hand-painted antiqued gold details. Source: Teo Bowls & Vases by L’ObjetRead More →

The Otto Chair combines a sense of comfort, luxury and practicality into one small footprint easy chair. The moulded foam seat shell wraps around you to create a chair that could be sat in for hours, be it in the office or at home. Source: Otto Chair by Tim WebberRead More →

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Two modern home designs – each with a colourful twist in the tail. Take a tour of each and see which colour family draws you in the most… Will it be a powdery palette of pale grey and pastel hues that are offset with broad black borders, or will itRead More →