With layers of texture, dimension, color and pattern, building a home to reflect your personal style is easy – not to mention fun!
A collection of handmade and vintage items united by cheery colors and a sense of humor make this designer’s favorites list.
Mariah from Everything Golden shares stylish picks with soul for your closet, your home, and your adventures.
These innovative Airbnb hosts transformed a crumbling house into a one-of-a-kind home filled with stylish touches and vintage finds.
Nostalgic knick-knacks, vintage treasures and inspired art fill the North Dakota home of Botny designer Dana and her husband Adam.
Blank walls got you stumped? Transform your space with these easy-to-use items.
Airbnb hosts Lauren and Gabe have a bright and casual California home that’s packed with inspiration, and in a great hood for Bay area visitors.
Shane Brogan of West Elm shares the Etsy items he’d like to find under his tree this holiday season.
Bloesem shares whimsical and charming picks for every corner of your home.
The tiny figures adorning this wreath include holiday figures and a menagerie of fantastic animals. (And they were cast from antique candy molds!)
A new exhibit at the Tate Galleries shows a connection in both aesthetics and sensibility between the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood and modern makers.
Yearning to spice up your china cupboard? Dig into these covetable 20th century dishware patterns and makers.
Whatever your price point, find the perfect gift for the home enthusiast.
Chilly temperatures and darker days mean it’s time for blankets, wooly slippers, and other comforting goodies.
Whether you make your own treats or just like to look like you do, blogger Katie Wade has you covered with these charming seasonal picks.
A blogger with an ongoing color obsession shares picks in her three signature hues.
Rebecca of loving.living.small. shares five tips to make the most of your small space.
“I like the notion that my work is being picked up, worn, and examined closely.” – Danielle Pedersen
Colorful, quirky and chock-a-block with collections, Sarah Harvey’s Kansas City home is pure fun.
Craft heirloom linens using favorite family pieces, with the guidance of our friends from the Squam Art Workshops.
From darkrooms to ateliers, the spaces where artists work maintain a tender balance of utilitarian needs and aesthetic tendencies.