With people spending more time at home, kitchens and baths are beginning to receive the attention they deserve.
“When a design is perfect, it does not age,” says Dominique Facon, senior marketing director of Porcher.
While moonlighting as an audio-visual consultant, Lewis Lipnick, the contrabassoonist for the National Symphony Orchestra, had designed so
The style of the Greenwich, Conn., house, which was built in the 1910s, is Italianate, and that is the theme that interior designer Connie
Beth Edwards Harris and her husband, Brent Harris, had no intention of purchasing the Kaufmann house when they first visited it in 1992—nor c
A bathroom can be a sanctuary, but it can still be dynamic," says Bruce T.
Tuscans are known for their headstrong love of life, food, language, and all things Tuscan.
On Jupiter Island, light and airy are the bywords, all the better to view the Intracoastal Waterway and South Florida’s palmy vegetation.
Troy Adams of Studio Becker is best known for his fusion kitchen designs that bring together influences from the East and West.
Most furniture collections, like runway fashions, are unveiled in the spring and fall.
“Florida is flat as a pancake.
“I want to get away from the predictable in British interiors and introduce confidence, color, wit, and glamour,” pronounces Mark Humphrey
“I work within my personal line of elegance and thinking, my personal line of life,” muses Piero Lissoni.
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The atmosphere is easy, relaxed. A woman’s laugh intermingles with the strains of a lilting, lazy guitar solo and floats over the crowd.
Sparkling turquoise water, steep cliffs, rosemary swaying in the breeze.
According to the Kohler Company, 87 percent of Americans spend an average of 80 hours a year in the shower.
To design aficionados, one of the more seductive features of the 1996 movie Ransom was not Mel Gibson but the exotic, sleek maple dining t
Snoopy never had it so good.
Ancient cultures elevated the ritual of bathing to a fine art. It was never merely about getting clean.
Kitchens have become an American obsession.
When english glassmaker Frederick Carder established Steuben Glass in 1903 in Steuben County, N.Y., his main competitor was Louis Comfort
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Real estate developers used to believe that the mere presence of the royal and ancient game of golf was glue enough to bind the members of a
Move over, professional range. The Internet refrigerator is taking control of the kitchen.
“I signed a lease at the Pacific Design Center before I knew what I was going to sell,” jokes Janice Feldman, founder of Janus et Cie.
Few pieces of furniture are as voluptuous as the chaise longue—it is the prime perch for lounging around and daydreaming.
For proof that the Italians are still on the cutting edge of kitchen design, look no further than Boffi.
Over the past 25 years, Wolfgang Oehme and James van Sweden have stealthily revolutionized the American landscape.
The true measuring stick of a home automation system is the controller—not the visible touchpanels or keypads.