Vibrant tiles, open shelves and plenty of plants give this Los Angeles bathroom a contemporary new look
If you’ve planned a wedding or attended a nuptial celebration in the past few years, you'll know it’s no secret that weddings are getting pricy. From saying yes to the dress to personalizing the special day with florals, catering and entertainment, every little detail adds up.
PIEtech, a fast-growing Powhatan-based company that creates financial-planning software, tapped SMBW to design its second location in Midlothian. The 17,000-square-foot space aesthetically speaks to PIEtech’s quirky and colorful identity, while also encouraging the company’s day-to-day operations to run as a well-oiled machine. The Midlothian office now houses PIEtech’s marketing, sales and support teams — along with a training room for financial advisors.
This 6,000-square-foot riverside gem balances comfort and sophistication with natural materials and luxe finishes.
Inspired by literary greats from the Berkshires, five mobile studios comprise The Mastheads, a progressive writers' residency that's now taking applications.
Drawing inspiration from the Berkshire area’s great historic authors, The Mastheads writers’ residency in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, has created five mobile studios for writers to call their office for an entire month in the summer.
We dive into the fascinating history behind Cape Romano's peculiar, igloo-like structures, which have been a treasured fixture to Southwest Floridians since the early 1980s.
With their property rental business "I Am Sicily" in mind, architects Francesco Moncada and Mafalda Rangel turned a dilapidated fisherman’s house from 1890 on Sicily’s Ortigia Island into two contemporary apartments that they rent out to creative travelers.
When husband and wife Chris Hougie and Teresa Raffo came across a defunct campground outside of Mendocino, California, the 36-acre property’s raw beauty inspired them to embark on a new adventure.
The couple, who also spearheaded Cornerstone Sonoma, breathed new life into the property by bringing the comforts of home to the great outdoors with a high-end campground called Mendocino Grove.
In need of new accommodations for its campers, Wildwood State Park called on New York City-based design firm WXY to design a cabin prototype for the parks department to build at the campground in Long Island, New York, and other parks throughout the state.
In New York’s hip Williamsburg neighborhood in Brooklyn, a young couple with a newborn baby wanted to breathe new life into their top-floor owner’s unit in a three-story apartment building.
These days our on-the-go lifestyle leave our coffee rituals to grab-and-go lattes and the instant gratification of K-cups. If you are looking to be more intentional with your cup of joe, consider Fika. Pronounced “fee-ka,” the Swedish ritual of taking a coffee break is a way to slow down and savor the moment of sipping coffee and enjoying a delicious pastry.
To embrace the tradition, surround yourself with these wares that are designed in Scandinavia. Both beautiful and functional, these home goods from Sweden and its Nordic neighbors will help you experience a true fika.
Portland restauranteur Peter Bro had to look no further than his Swedish heritage and Midwestern upbringing to find inspiration for his restaurant empire Broder, four Nordic-inspired breakfast and lunch eateries that are a sensation in the Portland, Ore., restaurant community.