This tour of London's premier royal residence — led by interior designer and British aristocrat Ashley Hicks — will make you feel like queen for a day.
Working from his studios in Chicago and New York City, Dirk Denison designs residences that are uniquely tailored to the individuals who call them home.
After more than half a century in the business, Mario Buatta, the designer known for popularizing English country-house style in America, has at long last published his first monograph.
A new exhibit takes a lighthearted look at the work of 40 American designers and architects.
From high-fashion runways to a brand-new book, the groovy, futurist work of this groundbreaking Danish creative is receiving newfound — and much deserved — attention.
The Milan-based interior design firm, helmed by husband-and-wife team David Lopez Quincoces and Fanny Bauer Grung, puts the focus on accessibility.
Treasures — 150 of them — from the boy king's tomb are on display in an international tour that will likely be the last time they leave Egypt.
The consummate tastemaker and longtime New York magazine design editor opens the doors to the beautifully eccentric homes of some of the world's most creative individuals.
MDFG cofounders Jeffrey Graetsch and Ashley Booth Klein, who also happen to be a married couple, have filled their apartment and their gallery with works by mid-century design icons.
In a new book, the Bahamas-based decorator shows off her unique flair for adding contemporary twists, and plenty of whimsy, to the the tropical and the traditional — a skill very much on view as Introspective takes a special tour of a mid-20th-century-tinged home she designed on Lyford Cay.
The photographer extraordinaire has captured the highly personal homes of such creative talents as Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi, John Derian, Robert Couturier and Martha Stewart.
Following the recent reissue of some of his most prized furniture designs — now available on 1stdibs — Introspective gets an exclusive glimpse into the Milan palazzo where the famed Italian architect once lived.
The blue-chip gallery recently opened a huge new space in Chelsea that feels both connected to the city and otherworldly.
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