One renovator shares her experience and her kitchen’s before and after, so you can learn from her successes and missteps
From cabinets and backsplashes to islands and serveware, here’s everything you need to know about everyone's favorite room of the house.
The first refresh of the collection offers more tabletop decor items and home office products.
No matter how you slice it, the Thanksgiving season means focusing on the kitchen and dining room. So here, we serve up some of the best for you.
Inspired by coffee harvesting and cantina culture, a team of designers from Mexico and Colombia have created a collection of coffee-themed housewares.
Brutalism—the architectural style people love to hate—helped inspire the blocky concrete shell of this next-level espresso maker.
Hay and Bille Brahe had previously collaborated on a pop-up café during Milan Design Week 2016.
It’s industrial design studio Visibility’s first venture into appliances.
On the occasion of its 50th anniversary, the sleek collection of coffee makers, teapots, and cocktail shakers is getting a spring-time update.
A surprise hit at this year’s CES, the Zera is sort of like a dishwasher for composting. And it’s already found crowdfunding success.
Emily Henderson’s new home, a 1920s Tudor in Los Angeles, had a problem common to older houses: The dining room was large, but the adjacent kitchen was cramped and uninspiring.
Lowly concrete has been deployed to elegant, striking effect in residential architecture recently, and now the material will also surprise and delight on a much smaller scale in a new line of home accessories for Mexican brand Más.
The newest indoor hydroponic garden is called "Foop."