A husband and wife geologist nearing retirement actively working from home hired SHED Architecture & Design to design a single family home, dubbed Main Street House, for them in Seattle’s Leschi neighborhood.
Hedge is a new brand of outdoor accessories with colorful and lively shapes. Launched by Cora Neil, a Los Angeles-based environmental designer, Hedge aims to create exciting and fun ways for the urban dweller to add greenery to his or her home, whether on a patio, balcony, or a tiny corner in the kitchen.
This month’s desktop was designed by Meg Vazquez, a designer and illustrator based in Washington, DC.
Morgan Ruben Jansen op de Haar recently graduated from the Utrecht School of the Arts in Product Design where he created Sanctuaria as his graduate project.
I’m excited to be co-hosting a fun Twitter chat with Brizo and Sarah Sarna of Live the Life You Dream About this Wednesday night from 8-9 PM ET.
How do you solve the age-old problem of tangled wires? It’s never-ending and the one that annoys me the most is my earphones.
Palm Springs is the mecca for mid-century modern homes and the perfect place to kick back and relax, especially if this house was yours.
British designer Sebastian Conran launched Universal Expert, a line of cooking and storage, plus organization products, earlier this year, and the collection does a seamless job of marrying function with design.
Mister Sideboard is pleased to meet you. Designed by WEWOOD, Mister boasts an elegant design and attention to detail with a Herringbone pattern on the door.
Do you ever wonder why almost all disposable and reusable water bottles are round? I’ve always disliked that because they’re big and bulky and take up so much room in my bag.
Interior architect and designer Cecilia Dupire hails from both France and Sweden, while also spending time in London and Vienna for her studies.
German brand ames launched several new upholstery textiles and designs during IMM Cologne 2014. The line has a way of mixing Columbian “joie de vivre” (French for ‘joyful living’) and Scandinavian functionality to create versatile products that are perfect for modern and unconventional spaces.
I recently checked out the Society6 lookbooks and realized that Anna Dorfman of Door Sixteen and Society6 shop K is for Black styled her guest room and office with some goodies totally worth sharing.
If ever there was a house to get me to move to the boiling hot desert, it would be this one – the Desert Courtyard House by Wendell Burnette Architects.
Though not the most versatile product in the world, I really love these record dividers from Kate Koeppel Design and wanted to share because I felt that audiophiles would appreciate them… Available in a few different font faces (serif or sans-serif), as well as a 6-tab set for smaller collections, each divider tab is made out of 1/4″ white birch wood.
Heather Day is an Oakland/SF area artist whose artwork first caught my eye about a year ago. I started following her on Instagram and was immediately impressed with her sense of freedom and layering.
We’re seeing concrete come indoors more and more these days. This is one of the more creative uses for concrete that I’ve seen lately: cabinet knobs.
.Org Deskscape System is a minimalist design created by Seattle-based company Ladies & Gentlemen Studio.
Totally in love with these Resin Stools from Chen Chen & Kai Williams. They’re available in a tall (30 inches) or short version (18 inches) and each urethane resin top is handmade, meaning no two stools will be exactly alike.
Well, how’s that for timing? Microsoft just demoed a video showcasing the progress of their buttery smooth stabilization technology at SIGGRAPH, and yesterday morning Instagram surprises with the announcement of Hyperlapse, a standalone app that simplifies the creation and sharing of time-lapse videos directly from mobile devices.