Designer Sian Zeng’s intricately painted interactive wallpaper recently won the Etsy Design Award global competition.
Designed by Brooklyn’s Ladies & Gentlemen Studio for Dims, the Composed Vanity is a quietly intricate piece with clean lines and ample storage.
Textile studio Kirkby Design reimagined seven classic prints from the London Underground’s seating history.
It’s nearly impossible to not sit close on the "peace bench."
The iconic designer’s eclectic collection of high-value pieces are set to go on auction throughout fall.
The colors bend and blend around each other like a continuous weather radar, never showing the same visual twice.
The kits, which include houses, trees, and trains, come as pre-cut cardstock objects that can be popped out and folded along dotted lines.
The crisp, clean, and entirely no-nonsense pieces were created in honor of the 100 year anniversary of the Bauhaus.
As part of an ongoing conservation project, two eucalyptus trees at the iconic residence had to come down. But they didn’t go to waste.
Architect and designer Ben Uyeda has repurposed three shipping containers into an easy, breezy Joshua Tree compound.
The domed capsule is the brainchild of naval architect Jean-Michel Ducancelle, who was inspired by the floating saucer in the 1977 Bond film The Spy Who Loved Me.
Available on Netflix, ‘The World’s Most Extraordinary Homes’ is a TV show that manages to be both relatable and awe-inspiring.
Pull a cotton cord around the lip of the pot, and the pot folds into shape. Pour in some water and plants will drink through the drawstring when they’re thirsty.
Just launched on Indiegogo, Drop-a-Pin reimagines famous buildings as irresistible enamel pins.
Should the classic murder mystery board game get a bathroom, drawing room, or another bedroom? You can vote now.
The concrete and timber home features smooth concrete walls contrasted with wood brise-soleils.
For anyone who’s ever wondered, "How does my plant really feel?" finding the answer could get a whole lot easier with the Lua smart planter concept.
Interior designer Robert McKinley has set up shop in Montauk, where he’s filled a rentable home with curated goods from the likes of Hay, Floyd, and Blu Dot.
The kitchen comes in five-foot prefabricated concrete panels that assemble into a partition-like structure for outdoor cooking.
The office is outfitted with the Wing’s signature pastel colors, custom furniture, punchy environmental graphics, and woman-centric features.
The Growing Islands project harnesses natural wave forces to build underwater sand buffers.
All Shaker furniture is symbolic of the values of the utopian spiritual sect that designed it and gave the style its name—values that are overdue for a comeback today.
The 270-square-foot pavilion is conceived as a catch-all hangout space, mobile exhibition pavilion, or greenhouse.
The installation celebrates vibrant Nigerian textiles and experimental engineering.
Since launching this week, Tiles has consumed both game lovers and design lovers for its subtly addicting premise and eye-catching design.
On view through September, the show is the largest exhibition ever put on at the New York Botanical Garden— and the first to display an entire outdoor garden.
Currently in prototype mode, Sammanlänkad is a portable solar battery that can double as a light.
Plaster wall finishes have quietly become the preferred choice for high-end home renovations, replacing other options like paint, wallpaper, or exposed brick.
Built of 18 prefab "Lego-style" components, the 900-square-foot design brought a sustainable vision of the future to the tourist mecca this month.