We're headed to KBIS 2016 next week and looking forward to trends-potting! What do you want us to check out while we're there?
Interior Design - Page 15
An 800 square foot apartment on the Upper West Side of Manhattan becomes a light-filled loft that feels more spacious.
Shinjuku-ku, Japan is the location of the SUMIYOSHIDO kampo lounge, a soothing clinic for acupuncture and moxibustion.
What happens when you have 215,158 LEGO bricks, 1000 hours, and a team of 12 people? A life-sized, realistic caravan gets built.
Luigi Rosselli Architects designed this home in a relatively new suburb on Sydney's North Shore, made up of two crossed volumes.
UK designer Daniel Schofield's latest pieces that he debuted at LDF15.
Reichel Architekten were given the task of renovating while at the same time preserving this country house in Visbek, Germany.
Using monochromatic colors, clean lines, and simple furnishings, designer Alena Yudina designed this apartment for a small family in Kiev.
A modest apartment in Tel Aviv gets revitalized to become an open, light-filled interior that distributes light and air to each space.
We're skipping hotels and heading to an unusual setup in Ghent, that's a loft apartment located on the top floor of WATT Ghent.
Matt Woods took the tired cliche of traditional teahouses and reinvented it with The Rabbit Hole, a highly conceptual meets modest tea bar.
Innovative digs dedicated to experimentation and collaboration between chefs, designers, and artists within its 1928 Neoclassical building.
Link is a design that's customizable and modular, adding both texture and color to a space while also helping to disguise what's behind it.
To revisit our favorite posts, Jaime, Gregory, and Caroline put together a list from the year and we’re sharing them as our Editor's Faves…
Z-AXIS DESIGN, based in Taiwan, designed this modern, minimalist apartment with a focus on black and white as the base color.