We went to Canada to check out IDS Toronto, the Interior Design Show that celebrates Canadian and global design.
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New squeaky toys from Waggo have us summer-ready.
A California Eichler house is renovated with a new layout for a more open and functional home.
R & Company opened Breaking the Box, a solo exhibition featuring new work by artist and designer Sebastian ErraZuriz.
Nixon reissues a decade old watch design that was inspired by analog answering machines.
A chair that gives nod to the Art Deco era and the Memphis Modern movement with its bold, asymmetrical form and vibrant color palette.
We talked to Desi Moore, aka Dude It’s Desi, about how she got her foot in the door of the entertainment industry and what's kept her ther…
Based in California, The Wolf Nest is a female-run small business focused on sustainability and ethical production.
A furniture collection that balances elegance with function through the use of materials and unexpected details.
Spanning a mere 75-square-meters, this tiny home was designed with a minimalist aesthetic for a family of four.
A tastefully minimalist modern and pastel hued trio of ultrasonic humidifiers designed by Japanese designer, Kazuya Koike.
Colony's The Conception Series aims to create an exhibition of emerging American talent, beginning with weaver Molly Haynes.
This Friday Five features Vince Stroop, an architect focused on community-based hospitality design.
Make your life easier by installing a few modern wall hooks to contain your gear while having it on the ready when you need it.
Ahhh... that first cup of coffee (or tea) in the morning. Make it a good one.