How would that Monet look in your living room? Check your phone.
Why European designers have fallen in love (yet again) with the romance of the American country.
After years of looking, they found a bigger house in Brooklyn — then discovered an entire wall was crumbling. So much for staying on budget.
After years of looking, they found a bigger house in Brooklyn — then discovered a wall was crumbling. So much for staying on budget.
The minimalist alternative to big bookcases, floating shelves offer enough space to display or store a few items without overwhelming a room.
To create a room that will evolve over time, start with neutral colors and flexible furniture — then add color and whimsy.
A series of boutique hotels around the city — including one in a crane — honor the country’s rich history of design.
For the interior designers George Yabu and Glenn Pushelberg, one particular piece in their collection of Modern and contemporary art has special meaning.
Buying a home in Connecticut seemed like a good idea to two longtime Manhattanites — so long as the renovation required was mostly aesthetic.
Buying a house in Connecticut seemed like a good idea to two longtime Manhattanites — so long as any renovation they had to do was mostly aesthetic.
Planning a candlelit dinner? The candleholders you choose are just as important as the candles.
A roundup of things T editors — and a few contributors — are excited about in a given week.
Historically, products made for people with different physical, cognitive and sensory abilities have been ugly and woefully designed. Not anymore.
The Stedelijk in Amsterdam will no longer present a retrospective of the Italian designer and architect’s work in April.
The Upper East Side apartment of the influential designers will list for $6.5 million.
The polymath designers’ Upper East Side duplex will list for $6.5 million.