1. Designer Tom Dixon Unveils His ‘Secret’ Project With Ikea Fashion & Style, Yesterday

    The 57-year-old former musician has gone from being a design maverick to creating mass-produced furniture he hopes will last a lifetime.

  2. Lena Hall’s 500-Square-Foot Apartment in Midtown Real Estate, March 24

    For the actress, a tidy alcove studio carpeted in silvery white has room enough for everything that really matters.

  3. What I Love | Lena Hall Slideshow, March 24

    The Tony Award-winning actress rents a studio apartment in the theater district.

  4. Shopping for Daybeds Real Estate, March 24

    A daybed isn’t just for lounging. It’s useful if you have overnight guests and is an asset at parties, too.

  5. Greta Garbo’s East Side Co-op Goes on the Market Real Estate, March 22

    The seven-room residence where the elusive actress liked to be left alone is for sale.

  6. An All-Gray Apartment That’s Not Blah — But Not Hygge Either T Magazine, March 22

    At home in Copenhagen, the Danish designer Oliver Gustav takes his aesthetic to a moody extreme.

  7. A Beloved British Designer’s New Frontier: Sneakers T Magazine, March 20

    Faye Toogood and Feit collaborate on the new Artist Shoe.

  8. A Contest to Design New York City’s Next ‘I Voted’ Sticker N.Y. / Region, March 19

    The city’s Campaign Finance Board is holding a competition to design a new sticker to be handed out during the Nov. 7 elections, when voters will cast ballots for mayor.

  9. When Decorating Styles Clash Real Estate, March 17

    For couples or roommates with different tastes, finding a happy compromise can be challenging. But it’s not impossible.

  10. Reimagining the Venice Apartment T Magazine, March 17

    It took the young architect and designer Fabrizio Casiraghi two years to collect and create objects for one perfectly eclectic space.

  11. Everyday Design Objects Get a Sleek Upgrade Slideshow, March 17

    An unexpected finish or material transforms the utilitarian into something exceptional.

  12. Will Taylor, a Design Blogger Who’s Not Afraid of Color Fashion & Style, March 17

    With millions of social media followers, Mr. Taylor turned his love of color into a design passion that includes books, TV appearances and a popular blog, Bright.Bazaar.

  13. Three Accomplished Designers Now Making Pieces for Your Home T Magazine, March 16

    A trio of talent is branching out with refined lines of furniture and objects.

  14. A Designer’s Dream Apartment — for Someone Else T Magazine, March 15

    In a majestic 19th-century space in Paris, Joseph Dirand let his imagination run wild, without parameters (not even livability).

  15. An Italian Man, a Scandinavian Woman and Their Chic Home in Oslo T Magazine, March 14

    Together, these opposites achieved harmony in their apartment and shop.

  16. The Ultimate Vanity T Magazine, March 14

    A rare, reissued piece from Ettore Sottsass — for extra-glamorous nose powdering.

  17. At Home With Young Hollywood’s Decorator of Choice T Magazine, March 13

    Sally Breer, who has clients like Zooey Deschanel, takes T on a tour of her own imaginative interiors in Los Angeles.

  18. On the Verge: Sally Breer Slideshow, March 13

    Inside her apartment in Los Angeles’s Frogtown neighborhood.

  19. In Praise of an Aggressively Unfashionable Shoe T Magazine, March 13

    Comfortable and supportive, Dansko clogs are — for some — a way of life.

  20. A Broadway Set Designer’s Home in the Desert Interactive, March 13

    Scott Pask’s retreat in Tucson pays homage to his Arizona upbringing — and defies Southwestern clichés.

  21. Los Angeles’s New Design Destination T Magazine, March 8

    The former film executive Paul Davidge recently opened Not So General (NSG) in West Hollywood.

  22. Architectural Digest Undergoes Renovations for the Social Media Age Style, March 8

    Anna Wintour’s protégée, Amy Astley, takes a cue from her mentor by condensing the title of the magazine and infusing its pages with Instagram.

  23. Now That’s a Play I’d Like to See Theater, March 6

    For the New Group’s production of “Evening at the Talk House,” Monique Carboni designed original posters for 30 fictional shows that line the walls of a bar.

  24. Interior Design Risks Worth Taking Real Estate, March 3

    Small changes can make a big difference to a room. And if you don’t like the results, they’re easy to erase.

  25. Who’s That on the Grill in ‘Barbecue’? Theater, March 2

    Sean Higgins, the designer of artwork for the play “Barbecue,” is a vegetarian who knows how to make a meaty poster.

  26. Step Inside Yves Saint Laurent’s Closet Video, February 28

    Yves Saint Laurent, one of the most influential couturiers of the second half of the 20th century, kept nearly all of his original work. View his private collection and tour his fashion house in Paris, which will become a museum this fall.