March is Women’s History Month so we're looking back to celebrate and share some of our favorite female designers and artists we've featured.
We sat down with Tortuga's founder, Andrea Hill, to learn the ins and outs of the contemporary homewares brand.
Women’s History Month may be coming to a close, so we're sharing more modern women-led brands that deserve your coin this month and always!
Jess Humphrey left fashion to pursue art and now translates collages into hot casted glass sculptures with broken glass bits frozen inside.
Susanna Cots designed Copper House in the Costa Brava region of Spain where materials, textures, and earthy tones seamlessly blend together.
While women in design deserve your support all year round, Women’s History Month is as great a time as any to celebrate the stellar works created and made possible by female designers, founders, and makers.
We've been delving into all the benefits of biophilia and now we're sharing those posts + a Spotify playlist to keep you company while you read.
So you've decided to buy some houseplants – now what? We tapped the plant care experts to share some botanical wisdom.
While we all (sadly) can’t live in a Brunswick Green House, this collection of Green House-inspired finds will get you pretty close.
Experience the positive impact Biophilic Design has on your space (and your mood) with these modern design ideas.
USM Haller, known for their modular furniture, makes it easy to add lush greenery to interior spaces without the need of add extra hooks or stands that might take up valuable floor space.
David Ito Arquitetura designed the modern NCC Apartment in São Paulo, Brazil embracing biophilic design through plants, light, and materials.
This Monthly Mood is minimalism – check out our Spotify playlist – Chill Minimalism – that you can play while taking a look back at some minimalist-inspired design.
Nobuko is a flat-packed, modular shelving system by Broste Copenhagen allows you to customize the height and number of shelves in your unit, making it flexible to meet the needs of your space.
If you're looking to embrace a minimalist design aesthetic in 2022, these modern + minimal pieces of home decor are a great place to start.