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Steal This Look: Dinner in an Artist’s Atelier

Steal This Look: Dinner in an Artist’s Atelier

I like to think of my apartment as an atelier–not a studio, an atelier–which is no doubt part of the reason I find the photos of this dinner party so appealing. Held in a lofty, skylit artist’s studio in East Nashville, Tennessee, the event .. Read More →

Steal This Look: A Sunny Ikea Kitchen in the Marais

Steal This Look: A Sunny Ikea Kitchen in the Marais

Lately we’ve been admiring the Instagram feed of Parisian stylist/blogger Lucille Gauthier-Braud. We’re particularly fascinated by her eat-in-kitchen, which, though located in the Marais, looks straight out of the French countryside. Three .. Read More →

Timeless and Airy Interiors

Timeless and Airy Interiors

Salt Design Co.was founded in 2014 after turning a lifelong dream into reality. Based in Fair Haven, NJ, Sarah and her team have been creating timeless interiors across the Jersey Shore and beyond. What started out as a simple love for interi.. Read More →

Japanese Laundry: Small-Space Solutions (Many via Amazon) from a Spotless Country

Japanese Laundry: Small-Space Solutions (Many via Amazon) from a Spotless Country

When my son dropped a glass bottle on a subway platform in Osaka last summer, a man appeared out of nowhere to sweep away the shards—and we learned firsthand how Japan earned its squeaky-clean status. The same fastidiousness extends to people.. Read More →

10 Easy Pieces: Modern Robe Hooks

10 Easy Pieces: Modern Robe Hooks

Back in 2010, we made our first appearance on the Martha Stewart Show. The topic? Hardware of course, including robe hooks—an essential part of any organized bathroom. Years later, wall hooks are plenty, but there are so many options to choo.. Read More →

8 Favorites: Arty Abstract Throws

8 Favorites: Arty Abstract Throws

Not sure about laying down a bold, statement-making abstract rug? (See our story about the trend here.) Consider its commitment-light cousin: the abstract blanket. Here, 8 appealing modern throws, each a conversation starter: Above.. Read More →

A Revived Catalan-Modernist Apartment: Quintana Partners in Barcelona

A Revived Catalan-Modernist Apartment: Quintana Partners in Barcelona

Several summers ago, our friend Megan Wilson returned from a vacation on the Spanish island of Menorca and introduced us to the work of Quintana Partners, a local interior design firm run by Pol Castells and Benito Escat. Tasked with revitalizing .. Read More →

A Soulful, Monastic House in New Zealand, Japanese-Shaker Style Included

A Soulful, Monastic House in New Zealand, Japanese-Shaker Style Included

The Rawene House, a mindfulness compound designed for a sound healer by Stevens Lawson Architects and Katie Lockhart Studio, is located in the Auckland suburb of Westmere. The architects built the steel-free timber house with a cast concrete wall,.. Read More →

Riverside House: A Normandy Guesthouse from an Upstart American Restaurateur

Riverside House: A Normandy Guesthouse from an Upstart American Restaurateur

Jordan Feilders is the American who introduced California-style artisanal burger and taco trucks to Paris. He was newly arrived from San Francisco in 2012 when he rolled out his mobile catering business, Cantine California, which made such a spla.. Read More →

10 Easy Pieces: Modern Bridge Faucets

10 Easy Pieces: Modern Bridge Faucets

As a counterpart to our recent story on traditional bridge faucets, here we present a set of bridge styles with modern lines, from spout to handle. Here’s a look at our 10 favorites. Above: The Hansgrohe Axor Montreux Widespread Fauc.. Read More →

Oh, Goodee! Byron and Dexter Peart’s New Essentials for the Home

Oh, Goodee! Byron and Dexter Peart’s New Essentials for the Home

Byron and Dexter Peart—the Canadian twin brothers who founded indie fashion brand WANT Les Essentiels (the label behind that gloriously gender-neutral tote popular among a certain subset of luxury-minded but sensible creatives)—have a new vent.. Read More →

Indoor-Outdoor Living in Paris: A Windowless Warehouse Converted into a Family Loft, Central Courtyard Included

Indoor-Outdoor Living in Paris: A Windowless Warehouse Converted into a Family Loft, Central Courtyard Included

New meaning for hidden potential: when Marie and Gilles Ballard were searching for bigger quarters in Paris for their family of four, they toured possibilities of all sorts—until they came across a single-story industrial building in the 11th, .. Read More →

Illustriations by Pascal Campion

Illustriations by Pascal Campion

Pascal Campion is a French-American Artist living in California. Inspired by his wife and kids, he created series of concept illustrations in a unique cute style. .. Read More →

Just Add Pillows: The DIY Headboard for $35

Just Add Pillows: The DIY Headboard for $35

“Whatever we don’t already own, we’ll make ourselves.” Remodelista directory members Dale Saylor and Joe Williamson of design-build firm Hollymount gave themselves this challenge when they moved with their young son to a characterless two.. Read More →

10 Easy Pieces: The Best Espresso Machines

10 Easy Pieces: The Best Espresso Machines

Buying an espresso machine (and we mean a real, shot-pulling espresso machine) can take months of research and sourcing before committing. A good machine doesn’t come on the cheap, but if you add up those $4.95 lattes, the investment pays off in.. Read More →

Captain Whidbey: The Pioneer (and Communal) Spirit Revived at a New Old Resort

Captain Whidbey: The Pioneer (and Communal) Spirit Revived at a New Old Resort

I was surprised to learn that Captain Whidbey, nestled among the majestic evergreens of the Pacific Northwest, was founded by the same team behind Pioneertown Motel, set against the dusty backdrop of the Mojave Desert—but I shouldn’t have been.. Read More →

A Child during Tragedy – Columbine High School – 20 Years Later.

A Child during Tragedy – Columbine High School – 20 Years Later.

Ive never felt like I am someone who has a good memory. While some can recall just about every moment of elementary school, I feel like most of my memories just mush together. Except for one specific day, that I will never forget. Apri.. Read More →

Second Time’s the Charm: ‘A Renovation of a Renovation’ in a Brooklyn Duplex

Second Time’s the Charm: ‘A Renovation of a Renovation’ in a Brooklyn Duplex

If you’ve ever gone house-hunting, you’re probably familiar with that feeling of ambivalence when confronted with a middling renovation by a developer. On the one hand, everything’s shiny and new and there’s no danger of finding a creepy d.. Read More →

On Our Radar: 4 Up-and-Coming Ceramicists to Watch in Maine

On Our Radar: 4 Up-and-Coming Ceramicists to Watch in Maine

We’ve written about ceramics and the talented ceramicists who create them from all corners of the globe—from Portugal to London to North Carolina—so it only made sense to highlight a few from Maine, a place where the artisan spirit is not on.. Read More →

Soapstone Counters: Are They Worth It?

Soapstone Counters: Are They Worth It?

I spent a total of nearly five years as an editor at Martha Stewart magazines—Weddings and, later, Living—and what I remember most about my time there were my colleagues’ copious creative talents and near-religious commitment to good taste a.. Read More →

4 Ways to Create a Light-filled Loft Conversion

4 Ways to Create a Light-filled Loft Conversion

Content supplied by roofglaze Use a flat glass rooflight on a sloping roofIf an extensive dormer design is not what you’re after, flat glass rooflights don’t require complex roof supporting structures and construction works. These contemporary an.. Read More →

A Flag for Every Family from a Pair of Paris Artists

A Flag for Every Family from a Pair of Paris Artists

Jin Angdoo Lee and Mathieu Julien, freelance illustrators and artists who operate under the name Amateurs, describe themselves as “a happy couple based in Paris. We are lovers of new discoveries and endless artistic possibilities.” Their w.. Read More →

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