Interior designer Ed O'Donnell loves the little things in life, a good fragrance, après-ski + more in this week's Friday Five.
Oksana Dolgopiatova designed the modern Apartment Persimmon in Kyiv, named for the very fruit that inspired the color palette throughout.
Italgraniti designed an exhibition space to evoke the spatial qualities of a hamlet with "display devices" that aid visitors in learning about the objects on display in serene environments.
A modern retreat near Brescia designed to feel calm yet happy with hues of blue and grey, along with a few hints of bold color.
Whether you'll be DIYing your next interior design project or are considering bringing on a pro, here's what you need to consider.
William Hunter Collective renovates an 80s mountain house into a cedar-clad, modern cabin with the most stunning of details at every turn.
Metre Architects designed a multipurpose wooden structure for sleeping, working, relaxing, and storage for a compact apartment in Singapore.
Audiophiles with a design streak are invited to visit Wrensilva LA's flagship shop in the West Hollywood Design District for a listen.
In this week's Friday Five, project architect Stefano Giussani tells us about circus memorabilia, exploring new cultures + more.
After not finding what they wanted, Studio GdB created a digital printer to glaze ceramic tiles with their signature patterns and bold colors.
Backdrop + Coming Soon reveal COLOR OF THE YEAR, a yellow-orange hue that's vibrant, playful, and bound to add some freshness to any space.
Our Lifestyle Editor shares the before/after photos of her living room refresh project with Alex Yeske Interiors. Plus, the full source list of furnishings + decor!
Previously an office in Gavà, Spain, a blank space is transformed into a modern + minimalist beach house by Roman Izquierdo Bouldstridge.
Furnishing and making interior design choices as a millennial, first-time homeowner is hard and overwhelming. Here's everything I've learned.
This 8-piece collection brings new colors and materiality to the Eames catalog, marking the first Herman Miller and HAY collaboration.