ED A-listers Stephen Alesch and Robin Standefer of Roman and Williams have a fever. The only prescription? More ceramics.
From petite powder rooms to grand home spas.
Believe it or not, there's a pretty big distinction.
On an island overlooking Seattle, designer Taylor Ogle faces her most challenging project yet.
Design-world insider and PR maven Christina Juarez drenches her New York apartment in color and pattern.
Hint: It’s not mid-century modern.
Shore style done right.
Don't let your interiors live in the past.
When making over a suburban Chicago home, PROjECT Interiors went for an unexpected edgy vibe.
Our annual survey of the top design talent is here, featuring four additions and 60+ style stars whose work we look to again and again.
We're talking billions here.
Imagine everyday cities splashed with color — this photographer did.
"Stranger things have happened on Mulholland."
They may not be the Brooklyn Bridge or Golden Gate, but they deserve your attention too.
The department store is now selling decor and furniture.
A young baker in Paris creates these beautiful architectural cakes.
They're the greenest black cabinets you've ever seen.
Just in time for Labor Day dinner parties.
The desk chair is a necessary means to most professional ends, but there's no reason you can't sit pretty at the very least.
Plus, a look back at some of the more, err, memorable rooms from the show.
What happened next is going to surprise you.
What these homes lack in space, they certainly make up for in style.
It's not exactly cozy.
But you probably have some of it on you right now.
Sometimes the neutral approach simply doesn't cut it.