Psychedelics for the 21st century: Glasgow's upstart design firm Timorous Beasties reinterprets the ink blot (and damask motifs, too) in its eye-opening collection of tiles for Clé of Sausalito, California.
After working with paint and pattern all day, a lot of designers like to return home to a restorative palette of neutrals. In her own quarters, Lauren Soloff finds tranquillity by allowing in a groundswell of color.
Are you ready for a yellow floor? How about a green refrigerator? Now that we're devotees of the indoor-outdoor life, this week we're broadening our palette. Join us for a celebration of the power and potency of living with color.
Michelle and crew are taking the First Lady's lead and letting the growing season begin. Take a look at their 19 favorite spring DIYs, the new wicker from Ikea, and upholstered outdoor sofas. Also don't miss: the world's best-looking goat barn.
An artist couple with a collecting bent have begun reproducing their own painted versions of antique wall charts of flora and fauna—much like the one in today's House Call. Their work looks convincingly like the real thing, only it's much more affordable (and available on Etsy).
Illustrator Maartje van den Noort and furniture designer Ruben van der Scheer have the haute-bohemian touch. Just about everything in their East Amsterdam apartment, they either found or made themselves.
Every room at the newly overhauled Hotel Henriette is a lesson in the transformative powers of paint and a few well-chosen (but affordable) furnishings. It's at the top of our Where to Check In Next list—with thanks to our travel writer friend Emily Mathieson for the tip-off. And in the meantime, we're taking inspiration for our own homes.
Irish design duo Superfolk look for inspiration in their own backyard, the windswept Atlantic coast of Ireland. The result? A series of hand-cut lino prints that celebrate wild coastal edibles: first up, seaweed.
Madrid architect Camino Alonso compares her tiny, portable prefab house to a Monopoly game piece. Designed for two—and portable, no less—it's so cleverly laid out that there's plenty of storage. Really.