The winner of the Remodelista Considered Design Awards Best Professionally Designed Living/Dining Space is Massim Design Studio of Brooklyn, which transformed a soulless box into a "machine for living."
Why does the word "kitchenette" sound so retro? Here's a tiny 186-square-foot summer cottage that relies heavily on Ikea to make thoroughly modern use of every inch of space (giving houseguests an excuse to stay out of sight till after breakfast).
Are you ready to increase your kitchen's IQ? Whether your kitchen is modern or vintage, tiny or expansive, the same ingredients are a winning combination: state-of-the-art appliances and a few well-selected accessories. Here's a standout example and how to get the look.
The winner of the Remodelista Considered Design Awards Best Amateur-Designed Kitchen is Maya Ivanir of Los Angeles, who loves to entertain and applied a practical approach to her cheery, open-plan design.
We're kicking back for one more week and celebrating warm-weather living, with plenty of remodeling and DIY ideas included. After all, some of the most appealing elements of summer—from beach finds to coastal blues—are worth incorporating into rooms year-round.
At his second outpost on La Cienega Boulevard, in Los Angeles, clothing designer and master of merchandising René Holguin presents "an inspiration wall come to life"—a mix of photography, furniture, ceramics, and drawings by favorite artists, with his own signature clothing designs as the backdrop.
The winner of the Remodelista Considered Design Awards Best Professionally Designed Bath Space is Etelamaki Architecture of Brooklyn, New York, who used inexpensive elements to bring warmth and a sense of history to a characterless space.