The COVID-19 pandemic has drastically changed the design world with companies + customers leaning into wellness and sustainability.
Laura Hodges is an interior designer + founder of Domain, a Baltimore-area home decor shop offering a stylish mix of global goods.
Sarah Ellison launches a series of decorative wood pieces featuring a banded design in alternating ash and walnut veneer.
Wellness coach Jamie Gold shares the pros and cons to working out where you live, plus tips to make the space better.
Elyse Graham tells us about how she sees the future of her material and her brand – and where they will take her next.
Adaeze Cadet has risen to the top of her field, and won’t stop until she’s cleared the path for other Black women to join her.
David Shove-Brown, partner of //3877, is the perfect person to ask how the hospitality field will evolve, post-pandemic.
This duo imagined a wellness oasis where everyone could indulge in holistic health, healing + normalize self-care as a form of recreation.
Designer and Professor Felecia Davis talks about textile design, technology and her work with the Black Reconstruction Collective.
Timekettle's earbuds create natural, cross-language communication earbuds that help you talk to the world—in real time.
Tune into this episode of DMTV Milkshake for Aimee Wilder's favorite era of wallcoverings, plus deets on Martha Stewart’s color library...
For Women's History Month, we're celebrating 5 inspiring and forward-thinking females who revolutionized the architectural field forever.
Jasmine Maietta of round21 reimagines sports equipment, like ping pong paddles, as blank canvases for exceptional visual talent.