Our favorites from the 2016 Architectural Digest Design Show where we fell in love with the emerging and established designers.
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Sea-Tex is the first solar control fabric using recycled shoreline plastic — it keeps light out while keeping heat and energy in.
Kate & Kate has launched its latest collection called Exhale, which was inspired by the need to unplug, pause, and reflect.
Innovative brands Iittala and Issey Miyake came together to collaborate on a visionary collection for the home.
From practical to merely fun to have around, we rounded up 10 objects and home accessories that you'll love to have in your everyday life.
Matt W. Moore's launches a line of throws that feature his signature graphic patterns in black and white.
We checked in with Chilewich to see their latest collections and their first retail store in NYC.
Cassie Byrnes creates colorful, abstract patterns that she applies to collections of housewares, screen printed artwork, and clothing.
The Frame Chair was designed by Dublin-based studio notion in collaboration with Mourne Textiles to bring more awareness to Irish design.
This is what it looks like when the physical and spiritual characteristics of a city combine to become a pattern.
Ligne Roset partnered with Jon Burgerman on a textile that features his signature graffiti-style drawings.
A guide of gifts for when you want to limit your spending to $50.
Sam Linders presents two new designs that focus on materials.
Modern pillows and tote bags with a minimalist, Japanese aesthetic.
Urban-inspired painter and illustrator April Melchior also designs a series of textiles and home decor.
100% Norway brought emerging talent and prototypes to LDF with the addition of two new elements.