This week Michelle and her team celebrate the onset of spring with a roundup of tiny potting tables, garden ideas to steal from Martha Stewart, a new line of minimalist outdoor furniture by a Danish designer, and more.
Bohemian quarters for two sisters: a century-old, Western-style brick house built as a servant's annex. Design firm No. 555 artfully shored up the ruin by celebrating the simple beauty of the original design.
A lot of cooks contributed to the overhaul of this 1960s family kitchen on Mount Tamalpais in Marin, California. Collaborating with interiors stylist Rachel Cleaveland Riedy, architect Jeff Gustafson, and furniture maker Tripp Carpenter, among others, the owners got the midcentury-inspired "everything room for everyone" they were after, bean-shaped island included.
Whether designing a tunic or tablecloth, Erica Tanov has our rapt attention. Now celebrating the 25th anniversary of her fashion label, Berkeley's ambassador of bohemian chic has expanded her home line and started offering it online. Here are some standouts, including a textile pattern so evocative of spring, it practically chirps.
The ultimate luxury in our opinion? A set of handmade pottery, complete with slight imperfections, for the everyday table. Here are our favorite ceramic dinnerware sets made by US and Canadian studios.