Here's how the interior designer overhauled seven rooms in the New York area. You won't believe they're the same spaces!
With the spring season upon us, the time is ripe for a refresh. Updating your rooms can give you a new, brighter perspective on your surroundings, and it’s a great excuse to bring some of the warmth and color from the outdoors into the home. The good news is, you don’t have to be an interior designer to achieve a designer-quality revitalization. Here, four interiors experts share their spring decorating tips.
Our best farmhouse interiors, furniture, lighting and decorative items will inspire you to get back to basics.
Whether you're a masterful home cook or a takeout expert, these gorgeous kitchens are ideal spaces for slicing, stirring, sipping and savoring.
Brass is back. Just see how the versatile and alluring alloy shines in these spaces!
Catherine Kwong chose a sleek brass and lacquered-parchment credenza by Scala Luxury to fit this San Francisco apartment. “The design of this sideboard is reminiscent of work by French modernist Jean Prouvé. The brass font imbues the space with warmth and the round ‘portholes’ provide an arresting geometric element.”
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The visionary Irish modernist is finally being recognized as one of the 20th century's most influential creators.
The life of Eileen Gray (1878–1976) is inspiring, but also sad. She was a brilliant designer, yet because she was a woman and bisexual, her extraordinary achievements came at great personal cost. In fact, for much of her life, she lived and worked in complete obscurity. Today, some 40 years after her death, she is recognized as one of the most influential designers of the early 20th century, a singular visionary, largely self-taught, who helped shape both the Art Deco and modernist movements, endowing them with a distinctly feminine sensitivity and wit.