A new clutch highlights the brand’s signature woven leather.
The tentmaker Guido Toschi brings color and pattern to a 12th-century citadel once occupied by his five great-aunts.
The designer’s new resin screen is a sign of his enduring fascination with the Manhattan skyline.
In renovating her family’s house, Sally Breer moved nearly every wall to create a space that is both modern and kid-friendly.
Known for its endlessly customizable fixtures, In Common With is breaking fresh ground with an expanded Brooklyn headquarters and a fantastical new collection.
The writer Skye McAlpine’s apartment, part of a storied palazzo in Venice, is filled with layers of history.
The celebrated chef lives in Madison, Conn., on a property with two kitchens, an herb-and-vegetable garden and a dog named Gaston. And yes, he has a new cookbook out.
As homeowners try to squeeze more out of their spaces, the once humble, now elevated Murphy bed is finding a new fan base in suburbia.
A furniture designer and an olive oil purveyor discover a slower pace — and new inspiration.
The actor’s thin-shell home is at once an aerodynamic oddity and, perhaps, a harbinger of environmentally conscious architecture.
One of the few women in her profession, she steadily built a quiet but forceful reputation as one of the best cabinetmakers in the country.
A veteran art director, he was best known for his work at the lavish magazine of U.S. history that became a fixture in dens across the country.
In a land where unique species thrive, local florists are developing a gloriously twisted aesthetic all their own.
The British landscape designer Dan Pearson has created a uniquely connected ecosystem that dances between cultivation and wilderness.
How two designers reinterpreted Casa di Fantasia, Ponti’s perspective-boggling apartment in Milan.
An English creative revived and expanded a once-crumbling Moroccan building next to her family’s ancestral home.
Big pants, small bags and other memorable takeaways from the fashion week that was.
By combining soft illumination with bold furniture, Omer Arbel creates unexpected energy in the small rooms of his bungalow.
Dismayed by overpriced Hamptons real estate — ‘and nothing was really what I wanted’ — she decided to design her own house instead of buying one.
Why do you need a well-designed broom? Because you’re more likely to use it.
El éxito de Caralarga, una empresa en Querétaro, ha hecho que pase de ser una operación de dos personas a convertirse en una compañía con 60 empleados que fabrica y envía productos a todo el mundo.
In response to her client’s request, the designer Chloe Warner delivered a layered riot of colors, patterns and styles.
The back kitchen, in essence a pantry on overdrive, has become increasingly popular among wealthier homeowners in recent years, according to architects, designers and homebuilders.
Plus: joyful queer art, a hotel inside a former bank and more recommendations from T Magazine.
After struggling to respond to a crushing Covid caseload, many hospitals are remodeling so that when the next crisis comes, they’ll be better able to meet it.
When you’re furnishing your home, it’s easy to focus on larger rooms and overlook the hall. Here’s why that’s a mistake.
Melody Ehsani is the rare woman designing Nike performance shoes for elite athletes.
In a ‘magical place’ in the Connecticut woods, one couple built a rural escape where the most fragile artwork is just out of reach.
Sure, you can do without a long rug in your hallway or kitchen. But a runner adds comfort and style.
A look at the international creative talent showcased at Paris Design Week and the London Design Festival.
Asad Syrkett stays close to his Brooklyn home, doing Pilates, seeing friends, burning incense and reading fiction.
When an interior designer decided to make a big move during the worst months of the pandemic, she planned her new rental around several key pieces.
Plus: a new hotel on Kastellorizo in Greece, arboreal wallpaper and more recommendations from T Magazine.
Questions on filling a home, carving out guest quarters, deciding whether to choose marble and finding a decent-looking light switch.
It can be a short step from a runway look to a home furnishing — especially if the designer has a foot in both worlds.
For three-quarters of a century, the $1.7 trillion global fashion industry has found opportunity in home furnishings.
New books on gnarly trees with pedigrees, lost Miami buildings and vintage construction toys, along with a deep dive into African textiles.
Eric Egan’s interior design studio upholds couture traditions with exquisite — but far from stodgy — details for the home.
A look at design-world events, products and people.
Cotton forms the foundation of Caralarga’s objects and fashions.
The fashion-turned-furniture designer lets his creativity flow from wherever.
Designers from around the world find inspiration in traditional garment making in their quest to eliminate fabric waste.
A celebrated antiques lover with an understated, old-guard approach, his clients included Prince Charles and Andrew Lloyd Webber.
Ben Watson is overseeing the merger of Herman Miller and Knoll, with the belief that good design means good business.