Learn how Emmy award-winning video producer Dan Cordero started making lighting and home decor from reclaimed materials.
Why settle for standard-issue college furnishings? Give your dorm room personality with weird and wonderful Etsy finds, inspired by your major.
Check out the studio where these sea-inspired finds come to life.
Check out the stunning studio and process of self-taught Australian dyer, Victoria Pemberton.
Meet Marcus Poston, a New York City-based artist and neon sign maker.
Make your backyard the most entertaining place on the block with handmade and vintage games for all ages.
Indulge your fondness for speakeasy-style cocktails with a DIY gin kit (it takes less than a day!) and this refreshing punch recipe.
Discover how the recession and the collapse of the newspaper industry led David and Patricia Beets to start Dell Cove Spice Co.
Discover the process behind Joël Penkman’s incredible paintings.
Deck out your backyard, patio, or porch with these outdoor decorating finds.
Get to know Claudia Lucero, the CEO (Cheesy Experience Officer) behind Urban Cheesecraft.
Learn how to turn a collection of vintage linens into dreamy curtain panels with this simple tutorial.
For Brooklyn-based designer Ashira Israel, sustainability means creating long-lasting pieces that can be passed down from one generation to another.
From reclaimed-wood tables and botanical art to indigo-dyed textiles and seed pod jewelry, Etsy abounds with handmade goods that celebrate the earth.
Housewares designer Elisheva Manekin developed her deep connection to tangible objects at an early age.
Create your own one-of-a-kind artwork with woven photographs printed on paper.
When Einat Garber couldn’t find a shelf she liked to display her toy collection, she designed her own. And with that, her home decor line was born.
This Mother’s Day, do one better than breakfast in bed with a DIY photo tray personalized just for her.
Step into the magical world of watercolor artist and home decor designer Euodia Roets.
Beekeeper Mark Paterson is working to build a more convivial and happy relationship between humans and bees.
Meet Asli and Murat, makers of glass terrariums in Istanbul, Turkey.