Most of us spend considerably more time in at work than we do at our homes. The folks at Bulldog Gin wanted to make sure that while their team was at work, their Soho office space was as beautiful as it was functional.
Luckily, there are plenty of affordable and easy ways to embrace the changing of the seasons and make your home feel festive without breaking the bank.
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Bret Witke was born to design Los Angeles culture. His destiny started at an early age while he watched his mother help design Disneyland's forever iconic Tomorrowland.
We've prepared for the season with our favorite fall furnishings and décor, but we know that isn't enough to create the dining experience we all want.
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Switching things up from sitting to standing keeps the blood flowing and, according to studies, can help prevent illnesses such as Type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease. Here's how to incorporate some standing room in your office space at home.
In the master bath of the former residence of Patrick and Jillian Dempsey in Malibu, California, one of her sculptures sits atop a rustic table. And we're just getting started.
The entrance hall is illuminated by a Jason Koharik pendant light; the stained-glass window is by Colin Adrian Glass, the trunk is vintage Louis Vuitton, and the flooring is reclaimed wood from the Coney Island boardwalk.
These stunning spaces from the AD archives show the appeal of open shelving in every type of kitchen, from modern to rustic.
As it turns out, computers revolutionized everything but our office furniture. It's been three decades since the personal computer was introduced into most American workplaces, yet the average worker remains chained to a desk, tied down by three-prong power cords, phone cords, USB cables, and phone chargers.
While we typically think of infusing fall-friendly spices into our culinary delights (hello, ubiquitous pumpkin spice everything!), this year we're all about adding hints of spice-hued decor throughout our homes - coupled with deep shades of saturated blue.
Buying a sofa is a big deal. There are so many factors to consider: size, style, how much room you have, price... And because they're so big and cent...
During my initial meetings with some of my clients, they often reveal how they've hit a roadblock in the design process. Most are able to successfully get the ball rolling, but they hit a frustrating plateau that leaves their home feeling incomplete.
An Industrial Chic interior doesn't require steel columns, exposed beams or brick to work. Any space can take on the Industrial Chic look with the right combination of lighting, furniture, and home décor.
With minimalistic Japanese accents and muted earth tones, rooms at the Establishment follow either a "light" or "dark" color palette, but all include drenching rain showers and Bulgari toiletries.