A room refresh is just a print away.
This artist and illustrator creates charming, one-of-a-kind custom paper dolls and portraits that make perfect wedding gifts.
Learn how this California-based mother of two (soon to be three!) created a nourishing natural beauty line with an earth-friendly ethos.
Watercolor artist Ingrid Sanchez finds inspiration everywhere she looks—including the leafy parks and elegant flower shops of her London neighborhood.
Armed with an iPad and a passion for people-watching, this Brooklyn artist brings whimsy and wit to her line of inclusive paper goods and accessories.
Meet the latest crop of fun and flirty beauty products to experiment with this season.
This Atlanta-based maker draws on her fine arts background and love of printmaking to delight customers with her cheerful custom stamps.
Inventive color combinations and surprising shapes (think unicorns and octopuses) set the work of this Minnesota-based fiber artist apart.
See what caught our eye at one of the country’s biggest annual design fairs.
For their upcycled line of vintage-inspired spirit decanters, this husband-and-wife design duo prioritizes sustainability and customization.
The newest crop of popular picks.
Throwing pots and perusing records with Baton Rouge-based punk rocker-turned-potter Osa Atoe.
Potter Michal Keren Gelman’s functional ceramics are pretty enough to earn their keep as purely decorative pieces—but each one does so much more.
The hottest styles, materials, and motifs to spruce up your home this season.
Combining her love of photography and farmhouse vintage, Sue Templin takes pride in giving old heirlooms new life for the modern age.
One writer’s outsize fascination with scaled-down objects.
Calling all plant lovers: Bring the outside in with greenery galore from this Portland-based specialty nursery.
From their Seattle workshop, brothers Brandon and Brian Madsen lovingly source and restore a treasure trove of Scandinavian modern furniture.
Today we celebrate with a look at six stellar female artists who depict women in all their beauty, power, and diversity.
This creative candle line fuses musubi, a Japanese form of knotting representing togetherness, with scents inspired by personal memories.
When fine-art photographer Barbara Perrino turned her eye to textile design, this line of modern, minimalist quilts was the (beautiful) result.