If you’re a literary fan of the likes of Steinbeck, Fitzgerald, and now Stein, this hotel was made for you.
HOLLY HUNT goes outside, and to the sea, for an ocean-inspired collection of outdoor furniture.
PELLE moved their showroom and offices from Brooklyn to Manhattan's Flatiron neighborhood into a light-filled, gallery-like space.
The cookbook, Candy Is Magic, will have you drooling and/or running to your dentist in a heartbeat!
A minimal house located in Montréal, Canada, designed by APPAREIL architecture, who refined, optimized, and modernized the space.
A modernist boutique hotel with revolving door of artist-in-resident decorated rooms, live music performances, and relaxing ocean views.
A playful collection of picnic tables that come in different sizes to accommodate from 2 to 5 people in their own seat.
Wall sculptures composed of THOUSANDS of white styrene cards that are individually stacked, glued, and rotated 90 degrees.
For this Friday Five, we dive into the world of architect Theodore Kerlidis' favorite things.
Jasper Morrison’s interpretation of what has become a modern classic: the low-slung modular sofa with a decidedly horizontal emphasis.
Check out the beautiful interiors of this boutique hotel with a Design Milk-exclusive video.
Skagerak adds simple, wooden chairs to their growing roster of Scandinavian-inspired outdoor furniture options.
We checked in with Brooklyn's Juniper, who collaborated with Pascale Girardin, on the design process of the Love Me Not pendant.
Atlanta-based interior designer, Brian Patrick Flynn, shares a mix of intriguing places and people that keep him inspired.
A luxurious villa that's both Balinese-inspired and modern, perfect for the traveler looking for an elevated tropical getaway.