According to stylist Emily Henson, author of the new book “Life Unstyled,” it’s the little flaws, quirks, and idiosyncrasies that make a home sing.
It’s PSL season, folks. Show your neighbors how to do fall right with a festive wreath.
MirDinara designer Dinara Mirtalipova mines images and motifs from folklore and fairytales to create her colorful line of housewares and paper goods.
From bohemian blues to beachy neutrals, Homepolish designer Orlando Soria shows how to get three distinctly dreamy bedroom looks.
Learn how to elevate your home-office experience with a few key upgrades and these tips from designer and author Christiane Lemieux.
A longtime dream of reclaiming barns inspired this designer to launch a custom barn wood furniture and home goods business with his family.
Bring order to the bathroom, the playroom, and more with these good-looking organizers from Etsy sellers.
Insatiable wanderlust and a thirst for detail drive this Berlin illustrator to create her hand-drawn maps of faraway places.
Discover the surprising range of possibilities for this of-the-moment home accessory.
A passion for the environment (and a taste for modern design) shaped Mairita Jonikane’s line of stylish, eco-friendly storage bins and market bags.
Designer Erin Flett creates an eye-popping line of textiles that embody her love of color and pattern.
Vintage sellers and flea market experts share their picks for the hottest secondhand home items of the moment.
Travel, nature, and surf inspire this landscape designer-turned-screenprinter’s decor and gifts line.
Childhood memories and a taste for adventure are all bound up in this Minnesota artist’s cut-paper maps.
These creative partners merged their talents — and their lives — to create a whimsical line of illustrated accessories and stationery.
Goodbye, color! While Meg Lewis’s designs are happy and bright, she finds serenity in a minimal, colorless home.
Stay-at-home mom and self-taught woodworker Allison Catoe finds inspiration in the everyday.
This husband-and-wife design duo combined their expertise to create a line of contemporary, slip-cast porcelain pots.
Not content to apply their talents to someone else’s vision, sisters Lior and Paz Brouk struck out with an eco-friendly children’s line all their own.
This San Francisco artist and designer turned a drawing-a-day exercise into a series of books and a line of fine-art prints and patterned home goods.
From trying on vintage outfits as a kid to selling highly collectible vintage wares as an adult, this shop owner’s passion for vintage is lifelong.