Valentine’s Day usually conjures up visions of red roses (okay, and chocolate), and while gifting roses is a lovely gesture, it’s also a tired one.
Throughout the long journey to hand-screenprinting her own collection of textiles, Ohio-based designer Andrea Whalen “wanted to create a line that comes with a history already built-in — a story of the hands that drew, carved, and placed every motif.” With the advent of Internet inspiration and commerce, Andrea created the first patterns as Domesticate, her own label at on-demand fabric, wallpaper, and gift wrap producer, Spoonflower.
Named one of Lonny Magazine’s “Next Big Names In Design,” Young Huh is the woman behind many an immaculate home.
Nearly 30 miles into the North Atlantic (and seemingly a world away from the Massachusetts mainland), today’s city guide brings us to the enchanted enclave of Nantucket Island. Once the whaling capital of the world, Nantucket hasn’t changed all that much from its whaling heyday — at least, architecturally speaking.
All week we’re being joined by artist Chandan Mahimkar, who has created these beautiful, hand-lettered pieces inspired by some of our favorite creatives.
Nearby the city center in Cape Town, South Africa, freelance designer, director, and entertainment consultant Chad Findlay pulled off quite the feat — transforming the basement of his parents’ home into his own dream apartment.
By day, Brittany Shmyr is a Visual Manager for Anthropologie, overseeing “…all aspects of presentation, display and merchandising within the store.” By night, at their shop The Nested Owl, she and a close friend give new life to old furniture.
Without a doubt, environmental lawyer Paulo and his partner John, an entrepreneur, are one motivated couple.
[Today is the 4th installment of our new essay column, curated by Ashley C. Ford. You can read previous installments here.] In 2006, I flew to England to study for a year.
This week, I thought it would be fun to share some inspiration in the form of hand-lettered quotations.
As we head out into the weekend, I wanted to wrap up the week with this beautiful mixed-media artwork by Austin-based artist, Xochi Solis.
I’m a sucker for puff pastry and, generally, things cooked in crust. I love the way the crust soaks up the juices of the filling on one side, yet stays crispy on the other.
Watercolor painter Traci Page Morris works at her Brooklyn table illustrating natural plants, gems, and foods gathered from her worldly explorations.
If you’re active on Instagram, chances are you’ve liked lots of photos by entrepreneur, publicist, and social media enthusiast Katie Sturino.
As a stylist who focuses on fashion for people with disabilities, Stephanie Thomas has had to carve her own path.
Although self-expression is the hallmark of Illustrator/Artist Ness Lee‘s artistic work, it’s also at the heart of her greatest fear. No matter the medium, be it ceramic or pencil on paper, Ness views her process as a way to preserve and commemorate her emotions, but despite her ability to translate feelings into art, getting them across in her relationships and daily life is a worry that follows Ness.
Peering out across the street from Nasozi Kakembo and seven-year-old son Rafayonda Kalungi’s top-floor apartment just so happens to offer a view of the high school attended by entertainer Lena Horne.
Last year, I stumbled upon on a Twitter project called Short Story of the Day. The creator, Rahawa Haile, shared hundreds of exceptional short stories by underrepresented writers.
Have you noticed all the colored glassware online lately? There are some beautiful vintage treasures out there.
The eponymous portmanteau DABSMYLA accurately describes a fully collaborative Los Angeles-based design practice founded by married couple and business partners, Dabs and Myla.