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.
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.
How one woman’s natural hair journey launched an eco-friendly bath and body empire.
Make good on your tidy-home resolution with a refreshed approach to organization and stylish storage solutions for every abode.
One writer’s outsize fascination with scaled-down objects.
Start the new year on an organized—and inspiring—note, thanks to the delightfully analog planners and notebooks in this illustrated accessories line.
Need ideas? Crowd favorites from Etsy’s Instagram account are a solid place to start.
From their Nashville studio, two friends (and one resident shop dog) create intricate, fun-to-assemble 3D kits in a variety of shapes and sizes.
Blowing glass and brewing beer with Knoxville-based glass artist, bar owner, and craft beer enthusiast Matthew Cummings.
One shortcut to a brighter mood? A more colorful environment, says therapist and home goods designer Natalie Manima of Bespoke Binny.
Treat yourself to a seasonal home refresh with handmade goods from these new-to-Etsy sellers.
Meet the self-taught Baltimore woodworker who designs flat-packed furniture with simplicity and style in mind.
The six hot home decor trends that will have you itching to redecorate this fall.
When they couldn’t find canine accessories that met their style standards, this dog-loving mother-daughter team created their own luxe line.
We toured the iconic secondhand wonderland to scope out new ideas for vintage decor and accessories. Here’s what we added to our wish list.
For this Japanese ceramicist, clean lines, minimal design, and a restrained color palette are the name of the game.