A new Scandinavian commercial interior design company focused on workplace wellness will open a showroom—the company’s first—in a renovated warehouse on East Sixth Street in Austin.
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Expert advice for designing every room in your home.
To find interior design nirvana, experts always follow these eight underlying principles. Space planning is key, and less really is often more.
Street furniture can be a transformative part of an urban experience. Thanks to some smart approaches to the way our streets are being redesigned, cities are slowly moving beyond the "have a seat, but not for too long" mentality.
From handcrafted artisanal chairs to sleek ceramic objects 3D printed on-demand, the wares in these online stores are worth a look.
Shake our design experts' Magic 8 Ball to determine what interior design style most suits your personality.
You hate clutter, believe in the didactic power of good design, and subscribe to several independent magazines that you may have Instagrammed in a stacked vignette.
You stay on top of trends and don’t have any sacred cows once you’re over them (buh-bye, white subway tile). That means you’re flexible, and like to adapt your environment to suit what feels new and now.
Look at what the standing desk has wrought.
Demand for high-quality, design-forward, western-style furniture is increasing in China, where the growth of the urban middle class continues to explode. Because of the country’s massive manufacturing capabilities and consumer base, its fledgling brands are able to operate—and grow—at an unprecedented pace.
Millennials are said to be the moving generation and, as it turns out, neither traditional furniture—nor DIY, blown-up-Lego furniture—matches their needs.
This dream house by architect and American Modernist George Nelson in Kalamazoo, Michigan was originally designed in 1955 for family friends James and Sally Kirkpatrick, who was college roommates with George’s wife Frances.