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June 4, 2013
June Dwell issue cover

Our June issue cover features the modern L.A. home of Glee star Jayma Mays and her husband, actor Adam Campbell. 

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Our editors spent five full days scouting new design at the Milan Furniture Fair, sharing their discoveries on Dwell.com, Instagram, Twitter, and Vine. We distilled some of our favorite finds on the opening page of our In the Modern World section.

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We love this Eichler house in Marin, furnished with a fleet of pristine vintage pieces collected over several decades by the owners.

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Behind this neoclassical facade in Brussels is one of the most stunning interiors we've seen. It's the home of two passionate collectors who change out all their furniture and art every few months and open their house to the public as a gallery. As we put it in the story: "In this Brussels mansion, nothing has a price tag, but almost everything is for sale."

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It's not only about furniture—we also highlight some creative applications of traditional materials, including a mirrored aluminum panel facade and a house in Japan—shown here—covered, floor to ceiling, in a wooden herringbone pattern. Come on Thursday, June 6th, to Room & Board to hear more!

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June Dwell issue cover

Our June issue cover features the modern L.A. home of Glee star Jayma Mays and her husband, actor Adam Campbell. 

Love design? Want a peek inside Dwell's stellar furniture-themed June issue? This Thursday, join Dwell Deputy Editor Jaime Gillin at Room & Board in San Francisco for a celebration and behind-the-scenes glimpse at some of our favorite stories in the issue, from a Belgian gallery that doubles as a house to an essential guide to buying a sofa. The fun starts at 6 p.m. And don't miss a chance to win a patterned pillow from Philadelphia-based designers Galbraith & Paul (also featured in our upcoming July/August issue!). For a glimpse inside the issue, click through the slideshow... And don't forget to RSVP on our Meetup page!

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