The first time I met acclaimed artisan Barney Bellinger, he was walking in my sister's house with a school kid's grin and a big basket of mushrooms.
"Sounds like a real man cave," he continued, turning to Chris. "All that's missing is a moose head over the fireplace." "It's an elk," I said. "A twelve-point elk," Chris clarified.
A man's home is his hassle. That's why he needs a throne to sit on. And I'm not talking about one made of porcelain.
By Justine E. Hausheer, OnEarth Two years ago, Sarah Janssen biopsied her couch. After removing the cushion covers she cut out a square-inch chunk of...
You wouldn't bring a baby home from the hospital without a car seat or have your child ride a bike without a helmet. Mounting your TV properly will protect your wall, your TV and most importantly, your child.
Are you shopped out yet? You might want to catch a second wind -- the great sales don't stop just because the holidays do. From a new set of towels to a new set of abs, January's got you covered with some unexpected deals to steal.
Now I don't know about your neighborhoods, but in my town, I see perfectly good furniture discarded at the curb every day -- furniture that I know a struggling family would be so grateful to receive. I created Furniture Sharehouse to bring them together.
'Shredded' Collection, 2012 by Jens Praet Shredded Elle Decor magazines, clear resin Image © Theo Van Pinxteren, courtesy of Industry Gallery Flor...
It's a win-win situation: World-renown Miami Beach, a flip flop-wearing tourist's haven, and Downtown Miami, a vibrant new hot spot for upscale locals. Vacationing in these districts gives visitors the best of both worlds: Big beach fun and deluxe city life.
We eat many suppers off of our coffee table while we have a full dining room just a few yards away.
Here is a short film our trip to the cinematic city of Chicago and the continuous efforts of ANEW and their sponsors to create a more sustainable world.
The recession of the past years has sparked a lot of debate around the fate of the arts and craft industry. With manufacturing power is moving Eastward toward mass production factories in China and India, what is left of Europe's history in true craftsmanship?
Corbu expert Arthur Ruegg, in collaboration with Klaus Spechtenhauser, has published Le Corbusier, Furniture and Interiors, 1905-1965, a 415-page tome with 600 color plates.
Kathryn Findlay is the Principal Director of Ushida Findlay Architects. Gaining prominence in the nineties, the practice is known for its use of exper...
Todd Oldham and Kiera Coffee truly had a passion for this project. Their background in design and publishing contributed to the layout, imagery and overall point of view of this very special book.
Quizzical and daring, Burgos' work occupies a tensely coiled line between the temporal fact of the everyday and timeless potentiality.