۲۰۱۴ Trends: Do Plaids Work for You?

Question is, “How are you feeling about plaids in your wardrobe and in your home?” Remember back in February of this year when plaids hit the runway and everyone thought rooms were next? We’re reminiscing today. You’ll see that some of our favorite plaid decorating ideas come from interior designers quite awhile before the launch [...]
 

Living Room Updates: Tables, Tables, Tables

If you’re one of those adventurous souls who love change in their interior spaces, but don’t want to spend hours and hours making updates, we have a tip for you. Bring a new look and feel to the living room by changing out your tables or simply rearranging them. Then, of course, it’s fun to [...]
 

Hermosa Beach Contempory by Shryne Design

Interior designer Shanna Shryne is the creative force behind South Bay-based Shryne Design. Her design philosophy? She says, “Creating harmony with clients and their environment, every project begins with function and finishes with aspects of personality.” Whimsical, vibrant and filled with a lively vibe, the Hermosa Beach home we’re featuring today is definitely one Shryne Design’s [...]
 

About Marsala Pantone’s Color of the Year 2015

Are you a fan of Pantone’s Color of the Year 2015 Marsala? Love this earthy comfortable hue or not, we’re sure to see a lot of it this year. The color experts at Pantone say, “The impactful, full-bodied qualities of Marsala make for an elegant, grounded statement color when used on its own or as [...]
 

Decorating Beautiful Nurseries & Rooms for Children

There’s one type of room that’s easy to decorate with a color palette that’s chosen simply based on personal choice with no regard to what’s “trending right now.” A nursery or child’s room is all about what color you and your child love. All white works with colorful accents, while a space infused with a [...]
 

Dark & Handsome Home Library Ideas

Even as we turn more and more to reading devices that make thousands of books available to on a single piece of technology, physical home libraries still have a warm place in many hearts. Recently these fantastic dark and handsome home libraries caught our attention. Will you join us for a little tour today? This [...]
 

Muka Design Lab’s Reves Chair has a backrest “like a shirt collar”

The quilted back of this chair by Spanish studio Muka Design Lab can be stood up straight or folded down. (more…)

 

alexis arnold grows crystallized books using discarded literature


after repeatedly finding boxes of discarded books in and around her urban environment, the san francisco-based artist became fascinated by the idea of finding ways in which to immortalize forsaken publications.

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Roots of Style: The Segmental Vault Home (11 photos)

Don’t dismiss segmental vault houses as just Quonset huts or airplane hangars. The Quonset hut, developed and used during World War I and II, is a long half-circle of corrugated tin with a lightweight metal structure. Airplane hangars are considerably larger. These houses are different from the primitive...

 

Q&A: Kei Ninomiya

Beginning as a pattern cutter for Rei Kawakubo, fashion designer Kei Ninomiya made the jump to creating a solo brand under the auspices of Japanese label Commes des Garçons.
 



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