A stunning oceanfront home in Montauk with lots of glass, with the perfect location for a surfing enthusiast.
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From textiles to bags to glassware, the eclectic Wrong for HAY collection continues to produce fun, cheeky, and affordable design.
A pellet stove that's both modular and customizable to help keep modern design lovers huddled up and warm during winter.
A modern, comfy pouf to sit on that's there by your side anytime you need it.
A collection of seating with contrasting leather details that cover the spots that are most often worn out first.
A light-filled Ukrainian apartment with an eclectic interior and some pretty sweet vertical gardens.
With a focus on silhouettes, FINELL'S new geometric handbags take inspiration from origami with their faceted forms.
Using contrasting materials, Brad Wray Workshop created a multipurpose piece of furniture that can be a table, stool, or magazine rack.
The duo behind Barcelona-based design brand Tcherassi Vilató shares what keeps them creatively stimulated in this Friday Five.
From Marset, the Inma Bermúdez-designed lamp is not only portable, it's rechargeable too.
A molded wooden stool with a sculptural, three-legged base.
Scenes of a factory that are made from hand-cut paper stock and collaged together into large-scale, abstracted works.
A brand-new prefab in Sonoma, California with an amazing roof deck to enjoy the views of the rolling hills.
An outdoor tree swing that lights up the darkness as you swing at night.
Alfonso Architects were hired to design a modern, lakefront home in Florida that would answer the needs of a typical family.