Meet the latest crop of fun and flirty beauty products to experiment with this season.
With a simple foam wreath form and a bounty of paper blooms, you can create a cheerful, wilt-proof wreath in an hour or less.
Throwing pots and perusing records with Baton Rouge-based punk rocker-turned-potter Osa Atoe.
Dayna Isom Johnson—Etsy’s most stylish employee, judge on NBC’s Making It, and authority on all things cool—unpacks how a trend is born.
This Broadway choreographer said “I do” to her one true love in a rustic barnyard bash brimming with thoughtful details and a truly epic dancefloor.
Sourcing, styling, and thrift store–hopping with Berkeley-based vintage collector Sara Ruhe.
How one woman’s natural hair journey launched an eco-friendly bath and body empire.
Lusting after leather and lobster with Maine-based handbag designer Natasha Durham.
Blowing glass and brewing beer with Knoxville-based glass artist, bar owner, and craft beer enthusiast Matthew Cummings.
Foolproof holiday gifts for the trickiest folks on your list, from the die-hard vintage lover, to the totally pet obsessed (and everyone in between).
For this Japanese ceramicist, clean lines, minimal design, and a restrained color palette are the name of the game.
This Halloween, up your spooky snack game with four wickedly delicious DIYs.
This designer draws on her international upbringing to create enchanting, immersive, and thoroughly modern wallpaper that’s kid and adult-friendly.
After years of long distance, this couple had the laidback, donut-filled wedding of their dreams—just four years after technically tying the knot.
When her dad refused to buy her yet another lip gloss, 9-year-old Zandra Cunningham decided to make her own. Today she’s 17, and business is booming.
Straw, wicker, rattan, and raffia—this summer, we’re officially obsessed with woven bags.
This bridal designer creates timeless, comfortable gowns that enhance a woman’s natural beauty—and give her granddaughters something to fight over.
Bring the outdoors in with botanical home accessories from these green-thumbed friends and co-founders.
For illustrator and kit maker Tamar Nahir Yanai, introducing makers to embroidery is the ultimate joy.
For this husband-and-wife ceramicist team, inspiration for their produce-shaped pottery is only as far away as the closest farmers market.
When this illustrator designed a custom comic book-style invite for her own wedding, she never dreamed it was the beginning of a booming business.