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This collection of 16 projects by Stephen Sills will give your coffee table chic touch and teach you countless lessons on how to mix styles with careful editing. Sills is one of America's premier interior decorators, and the book features his projects from Aspen to the Hamptons, as well as his personal labor of love and...
3-D Printing Takes Furnishings to New Heights at ICFF 2013
Today's printers do so much more than put ink on paper. Now printers use layers of plastics and metals to create custom decor and even building materials. Not too long ago, new fabrication technologies like 3-D printing and laser cutting were limited...
See the Daring Designs at the 2013 Kip's Bay Decorator Show House
A 7,000-square-foot luxury townhouse overlooking Manhattan's Central Park serves as the latest canvas for the 41st annual Kips Bay Decorator Show House, which opened May 7 and runs through June 4. The lofty spaces and beautiful terraces offer...
Shop Talk: Peek in on Brandon Morrison's Lamp-Making Process
Lighting designer and Louisiana native Brandon Morrison favors quality craftsmanship and bringing the manufacturing process back to the basics. The founder of lighting and furniture company whyrHymer,...
Sculptor Susan Wallace Turns Screen Doors Into Art
A few weeks ago we were taken with an amazing sculptural door we saw on a Houzz tour had to know more about the artist who designed it. This led us to Austin sculptor Susan Wallace, who specializes in working with aluminum and creates beautiful,...
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,...
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),...
21st-Century Amenities for an Old-Time Show House Bath
Designer Allie Mann’s challenge at the 2014 DC Design House was to reimagine a guest bathroom that was stuck in the 1930s, while making it still feel appropriate...
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...
New Book: Homes That Honor the Landscape
When designing a home, it’s important to calibrate the architecture to the landscape around it. Skillfully capturing views and allowing sunlight to enter can transform even the most modest dwelling into something quite special. When the alchemy...
The Seduction of Reduction
Can reading a book feel like a visit to a spa? After perusing Karen Lehrman Bloch’s new tome, The Inspired Home: Interiors of Deep Beauty (Harper Design, $35), I felt strangely cleansed. Its collection of nearly two dozen spare,...
Catch the Intrepid Design Spirit, Courtesy of Brian J. McCarthy
“One of Albert Hadley’s great talents lay in his ability to create surprise: to ring a delightful, sometimes audacious change on expectation that could make what otherwise may have been a very traditional room crackle with excitement,” writes Brian...
Timeless Design Ideas for Small Spaces
Inspiration can come in all shapes and sizes, and I’d argue that it can also come from any time. Architects and designers look to the past all the time, if to varying degrees, but generally the 21st-century tendency is to reward the new and the innovative....
Classic Decor Gets Its Due — in a Giftworthy Book
Way back when the design-blog landscape was just a wee fraction of what it is today, Jennifer Bole’s The Peak of Chic was one of my first daily reads. I have learned so much from her extensive knowledge...
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