Much like her abstract paintings, Lindsay Cowles’ Richmond home is layered with textured strokes of color. The townhouse in the historic Fan District provided a backdrop for the artist turned textile and wallpaper designer to experiment with how pattern plays out in the home.
Long hallways, stairway alcoves, and odd nooks and crannies are hard places to gussy up. Sometimes, we just want to erase them. Instead, we think it's fun to highlight their unusual nature by creating a whimsical vignette, cloaking the area in a fun color, or turning lemons into lemonade by creating a much-needed storage solution.
A creative couple combine their talents to give a camper a retro-inspired revamp.
Den’s new easy-to-assemble, flat-packed cabin is disrupting the prefab scene.
Now available for private rentals, Vanya promises an affordable schvitz.
The husband-and-wife duo use their home as both a weekend getaway and business laboratory.
Kina Pickett shares his pro-tips for living, working, and home-schooling remotely.
The clean-lined, subdued-color aesthetic of minimalism has dominated the design scene in recent years, and although that contemporary look is still widely popular, maximalism — its rebellious, loud counterpart — is stealing some of the limelight.
Tucked away in nature, these rugged cabins and barns conceal remarkably refined living spaces.
A rotating fireplace, a glazed facade, and a cozy sauna complete this wonderful woodland retreat.
After converting a van to drive Australia’s “Big Lap,” two Americans create a thorough how-to guide.
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“They tell a story in your home,” says his daughter, Wendy Umanoff, who helped the Danish brand bring these obsession-worthy pieces back to life.
Perkins & Will designs a mountaintop Passive House that takes energy efficiency to the next level.
In mid-March, as the pandemic was taking hold, my husband, daughter and I were in the process of buying a new house, selling our old house and moving across town. When we made it safely into our new abode, we felt relieved and eager to start the process of making our house a home.
But as we started to settle in, I realized that furnishing our house was not going to be simple. With bricks-and-mortar stores closed, we couldn’t shop in person for the pieces we needed, so we had to buy online.
So many of us are struggling with everything that has happened in 2020, and we want — perhaps even need — our dwellings to feel like secure refuges. Six months into the self-isolation brought on by the novel coronavirus, our psyches could definitely use a boost. One way to get that is with the strategic use of color in your everyday spaces.