In the ’70s, the artist Jack Ceglic created the gourmet grocer's aesthetic, with industrial touches aplenty. His own home in East Hampton is even more appealing.
A former princess, design doyenne and sometime actress, she inspired a generation of designers.
For this issue, a look at the female vanguard of computer programming.
Before you get out the hardware, use software like free floor-plan apps and augmented-reality tools to sketch out the ideas for your remodeling projects.
A curator marries an artist and, with the couple’s successes, their circle widens, and they acquire a broad variety of art.
What could be better than renting a 200-year-old house as a weekend escape? Building a new glass-and-stone home and running an organic farm there.
What could be better than renting an old farmhouse as a weekend escape? Building a new glass-and-stone house and running an organic farm there.
For their largest project yet, the designers behind Work & Sea filled a home with their artful prints.
Uninterested in disciplined minimalism, a group of defining interior designers is championing England’s long-held preference for color, wit and wackiness.
By exuberantly layering old and new — and as much color and pattern as a room can handle — these English designers are taking eccentricity to riotous new heights.
The newest ones aren’t just for coats — and they’re as eye-catching as they are functional.
In a Victorian townhouse in East London, Faye Toogood has built a studio that honors both her distinct eye and the certainty of impermanence.
The British designer creates a wearable manifesto using only a few select items, one wild-card object and a copy of The New York Times.
For this issue, a look at the one of the most dangerous, rapturous sports on Earth.
Here’s how designers get a concept from good to must-pick-up.
The artist Hiroshi Sugimoto’s first architectural project in New York City is a defiant celebration of a bygone age.
Elizabeth Baudouin and Natalie Shirinian have transformed a classic midcentury ranch house into an eclectic creative haven.
Is it denim or marble? Algae or glass? How a new group of designers is resurrecting once-discarded materials.
Without accessories, a room lacks depth and character. But how to choose the right ones?
A special section in the Sunday paper paid tribute to extraordinary black men and women who were left out of The Times’s obituaries when they died. Its design aims to bring joy to readers.
Cecilie Bahnsen has won a loyal following for her frilled and intricately embroidered pieces, but now she’s experimenting with a less innocent mood.
For this issue, a look at the center of China's campaign to dominate the global economy.
The 1962 house was miraculously intact, but it needed some updating. Two decades later, it’s nearly done.
The 1962 home was miraculously intact, but it needed some updating. Two decades later, it’s nearly done.
With his towering rope urns and trompe l’oeil rugs, F. Taylor Colantonio has created a surrealist world of his own.
The American designer has filled his apartment and studio in Rome with colorful flea market finds and his own handcrafted touches.
For warmth and comfort, it’s hard to beat a throw in the winter.
The celebrated designer of futuristic objects turned a cavernous Victorian-era office into a warm, colorful home.
For this issue, a look at Mitch McConnell, the Senate Republican leader.
The best built-ins aren’t just for books. How about a built-in for the dog, or the in-laws?