We all love a good gallery wall but, depending on the artwork, it can sometimes feel a little disjointed.
If you’re reading this site, we probably have one thing in common (ok, we probably have many things in common): Morocco is at the top of our travel wish list.
My arrangements always begin with the container. I’m inspired by the vessel and often look for flowers that will fill it perfectly, rather than the other way around.
Max Poglia is living proof that an artist doesn’t need to be defined by a single label. Whether he’s creating brand designs and signage for restaurants like Buvette and Bedford Post Inn or designing and producing his own line of leather bags, hand-forged knives and blankets, Max is always working on something beautiful.
Design: Sony Walkman Date: 1979 Designer: Nobutoshi Kihara (1926-2011) Country of Origin: Japan Background: Although contemporary people might associate Apple’s iPod with the revolution of portable music, one need look over twenty years earlier for its true origins: The Sony Walkman.
In college I proudly worked as one of the most successful shoe salespeople at Williamsburg, Virginia’s only Birkenstock store.
Today’s Biz Ladies post comes to us from Emily Thompson, a designer and strategist for creative entrepreneurs and previous D*S contributor.
Today’s Biz Ladies Profile comes from Ariel Kaye of the bedding company, Parachute. After coming upon the bedding of her dreams while traveling through the Amalfi Coast in Italy, Ariel went on an extensive search to locate the sheets she had such blissful sleep on.
Today’s Portland, ME City Guide Update comes to us from Sarah Lapine, the owner and lead designer of Watershed, a unique floral design studio based in Portland, Maine.
It’s no secret that I’m more than a little bit obsessed with the Nate Berkus line at Target. Ever since discovering his splendiferous wool arrowhead rugs there last year, I’ve been hooked—a fanatical devotee, making a beeline for the NB section every time I step foot in a Target store.
Chris and Amber Earl have only lived in their home for two years, but Chris’ history with the house goes back all the way to his childhood.
Laia Arriols and Jaume Gibert live in Reus, Spain, a town about 100km south from Barcelona. They moved in seven years ago when Laia was pregnant with their second child and the house has evolved and changed a lot since then, each year they add new furniture and textiles.
One of the challenges of living in the same space for an extended period of time is that you stop actually seeing it.
I was not at all surprised to discover that a typical day in the life of Anna Bond starts early and ends early the next morning.
Photo from One Kings Lane, taken by Lisa Romerein/OTTO The next two weekends are going to be pretty hectic for me, so I’m excited to have a lazy ‘around the house’ weekend starting tomorrow.
I’ve lived in Greenpoint for the better part of ten years now and it’s amazing to see the sort of changes the neighborhood is going through.
A wave of cold has blown over so many places in the northern hemisphere, it’s hard to believe that Easter is on Sunday. To celebrate, we chose to share a recipe for honey cardamom hot cross buns by British food blogger and cookbook author, April Carter. Hot cross buns are traditional at Easter in the UK and in Australia, where I first had them. The recipe only looks long because I asked April to add extra descriptions for those readers who may not be familiar with making hot cross buns, but be assured it is very easy. We also have a recipe for dried fig and dark chocolate hot cross buns in our archives, if you’d like to try those as well!
This week’s radio show was a reader request: tips for beating procrastination and being more productive.
Design: Wonder Bread Date: 1921 Country of Origin: United States Manufacturer: Taggart Baking Company Background: You know the phrase “the best thing since sliced bread?