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Relationships with family and community. A ghostly face. A neon-green computer processing board. Geese in flight. These are some of the diverse themes and images seen on winning quilts...
Relationships with family and community. A ghostly face. A neon-green computer processing board. Geese in flight. These are some of the diverse themes and images seen on winning quilts...
Take a Peek Inside the Newly Renovated Hollyhock House
Visitors once again can tour Frank Lloyd Wright’s famed Hollyhock House now that its four-year-long, multimillion-dollar restoration is complete. The Los Angeles icon has been described as the harbinger of California modernism. For a special reopening...
Modernism Week 2015 Opens in Palm Springs
Fans of modern architecture are flocking to Palm Springs, California, to attend Modernism Week, the city’s annual celebration of modernist architecture, design, fashion, arts and culture, which runs through...
CES 2015: Inching Toward a Smarter Home
Companies that make appliances and electronics for the home will be doing two main things at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas on January 6 to 9: exhibiting their smart-home tech products and explaining to people just what a smart-home...
Experience the Holidays at Frank Lloyd Wright's Home and Studio
Every holiday season the Oak Park, Illinois, home of Frank Lloyd Wright is decorated as it would have been in the early 20th century. Led by "junior...
A Celebration of Design at Holiday House NYC 2014
Sophisticated lounges, relaxing retreats, crystal-filled tablescapes, art from around the world and imaginative rethinking of holidays and celebrations define the displays done by designers in this year’s Holiday...
Houzz Tour: Fred MacMurray’s Enduring Farmhouse Retreat
Although he considered his villainous roles his best (such as Walter Neff, the murder-minded insurance salesman in Double Indemnity), to his fans Fred MacMurray was synonymous with his more charming characters, such as the all-American television...
Luxurious Looks From the 2014 Hamptons Show House
What do interior designers create when they have no client, only their own imagination? Find out with this glimpse at the 2014 Holiday House Hamptons presented by HC&G,...
Trends from the Front Lines of Furniture Design
The Jacob K. Javits Convention Center is an onyx-shaded stack of glass cubes that sits on the New York City’s Hudson River like a stack of Lego...
Trend Spotting in Milan
Milan, Italy, is always a great place to be for great design. April is a particularly hot month, though. The city hosts one of the biggest design events in the world then: Salone Internazionale del Mobile (International Furnishing Accessories Exhibition),...
Imagination Rules at the 2014 San Francisco Decorator Showcase
A lot has been written about the innovative spirit of San Francisco and its environs this past year. Judging from the 2014 Decorator Showcase, a benefit for University High School in which Bay Area designers...
A Kitchen Opens Up for a D.C. Show House
One of the biggest challenges in remodeling a kitchen is improving the layout — as well as the flow into the adjoining rooms — to better meet the demands of today’s lifestyle. At this year’s DC...
Designers Get Creative in a D.C. Show House
The 2014 DC Design House was built in 1929 and originally owned by the founder of the city’s Madison Hotel, Marshall B. Coyne. Its three levels, including six bedrooms and five full baths, provided an ample canvas and an array of challenges for the...
Designing Home: Jews and Midcentury Modernism
Spurred by good economic times and the desire for new aesthetics not associated with World War I or II, midcentury Americans embraced modern design. According to a new exhibition set to open at San Francisco’s Contemporary Jewish Museum, the movement...
Design Lessons From Tiny Homes
There are small spaces, and then there are microspaces. The architects and designers who show at the MicroDwell exhibition specialize in the latter. Architect Lynne Reynolds’ Lean2 home is just...
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