These gardens blur the boundaries between natural and manmade landscape, providing a welcome escape from the bustle of daily life.
Sometimes architecture works best when it frames nature. These seven homes blur the boundaries between indoors and outdoors by opening up towards the ocean.
Long Island boasts both extravagant mansions and cozy cottages, original new structures and inspired renovations. Here, we take a look at some of Dwell's favorite Long Island homes.
In our September issue, Dwell editors round up the best multifunctional, compact furniture for small spaces. Here's a look at eight more products that will give you more room and more peace of mind.
These off-the-grid retreats are bright, cozy and minimal, perfect for summer or winter getaways.
Spatial efficiency meets energy efficiency in this Bay Area home designed by an architect for his parents.
Nanimarquina, the Barcelona-based rug manufacturer, experiments with color and patterns at Milan Design Week 2014.
In 2014, many design and manufacturing greats are celebrating significant milestones. We take a look at some of their most popular designs.
In apartments where every square foot counts, lofted beds can act as both a stylish and space-saving element.
A look at the history of Harry Bertoia's iconic steel wire seating collection from 1951, and a few Dwell homes that showcase the chairs to their best advantage.
The small decorative black bird is considered one of the most famous Eames pieces, even though it wasn't designed by Eames at all.
A look at Eero Saarinen's Womb chair, an icon of midcentury modern design.
Jens Risom's 1942 designs for Knoll were born out of wartime necessity but went on to become signature midcentury modern designs.
Architecture in San Diego—from newly built homes to modern classics like Kahn's Salk Institute—blends tradition and innovation in an exciting new way.
Greta Grossman, for a while relegated to the footnotes of design history, is finally getting the deserved recognition as one of the pioneers of mid-century modernism in both Sweden and California.
Two young Norwegian designers combine Scandinavian tradition with postmodern playfulness.
The sculptural forms of Isamu Noguchi's tables and lamps can transform any room into a work of art.
Storm King Art Center offers two new reasons to visit Upstate New York in the upcoming months.
A Manhattan hotel uses color to create an immersive experience that brings together art, architecture, and interior design.
Torsten Sherwood's Homage chair combines the simplicity of vernacular design with open-source developments.
For those who wish to entertain but have limited space, these versatile products can help—without taking up too much room or breaking the bank.
While many shy away from using bold color in small spaces, there is no reason spatial restrictions should restrict the imagination.
Poster art is often one of the most effective and affordable ways to inject creativity into a space. Following up on our roundup of graphic art, here are homes that master poster decorating.
Combining and contrasting different chairs can add personality, tout a vintage sensibility, or help you stick to a budget. Here we take a look at some Dwell homes that experiment with mix-and...
Decorating with statement rugs is often challenging, so here are some tips and tricks to help guide the process.