Eco-pioneer, green online store owner, and mother of two daughters, Priscilla Woolworth (yes, that Woolworth) has just self-published LOLA (Lots of Love Always), a smart, fun, non-preachy book filled with wisdom on everything from the fine points of eco-concious living to nontoxic skincare products to how to balance a budget—and more. Here, Woolworth shares tips from the book.
Stylish, energy-efficient bulbs, the Plumen 001 and 002, look good bare. They also accessorize well. Of late Plumen has been collaborating with designers all over on shades that present the bulbs in the best light.
Architect Sheila Narusawa came to this project when her high school boyfriend (whom she hadn't seen in decades) was looking to build a house. She ended up marrying him—and designing a New England-inspired, modernist hideaway for the two of them, shiplap-paneled kitchen included. Look closely: It's filled with a career's worth of clever, cost-conscious design solutions.
Zeroing in on the right faucet can be daunting. As part of our Expert Advice series, we asked some of favorite architects and designers to fill us in on their go-to bridge faucets and other options for kitchens with traditional sensibilities.
Karen Mordechai of Sunday Suppers is used to creating simple, rustic table settings for the events she hosts in her Brooklyn studio. When two Danes asked her to collaborate on a dinner party, she created an all-white tableau with black accents, aptly Scandi in tone. Here's how to get the look.
Full-service remodelers Tara Mangini and Percy Bright have done it again: Holed up for months in a centuries-old Catskills farmhouse, they've given every room a floor-to-ceiling makeover, Arts & Craft wallpaper and old-fashioned eat-in kitchen included. The results? Let's just say Wes Anderson might next be calling.