Whether you’re selling a hillside Neutra or a modest carpeted condo, home staging has become the norm in today’s uber-competitive real estate market.
You’ve heard it thousands of times on TV, the radio, and in junk mail—spurious ads delivered with forehead-vein-popping enthusiasm by robot-faced dudes in shoddy suits. Bad credit?...
When the owner of a home dies without a will or trust to allocate their estate, the property goes into probate.
The popular myth is that foreclosures can provoke ire in sellers and bad karma for buyers, but this is rarely the case.
House hunting isn’t just about roving the streets and stopping at For Sale signs anymore; instead, prospective buyers will spend hours trawling the Internet to find their future home. The editor of...
Inside a 47,000-square-foot warehouse, Clive Wilkinson built a veritable campus for Pallotta TeamWorks, a national charity-events company.
The American kitchen is a complicated affair.
Joining the Grecian urn, the much-rhapsodized IKEA cabinet finally gets its poetic due as a heroic ode. Anyone who owns a set may verily be inclined to put quill to paper and dash off a few stanzas...
Sustainability may be the buzzword du jour, but how can you tell if a product is as green as it’s cracked up to be?
Thirty years from now, there will be no more oil.
But that’s, like, 30 years from now, and by then we’ll all
be driving hydrogen cars, teleporting to space hotels,
and eating blue foods while...
For years, as the author of books on eco-home design and a founder of two environmental general stores, I’ve been advocating sustainable design to others.
Want to be the next Henry Clay Frick or Isabella Stewart Gardner? Dwell offers some pointers on starting your own collection.
“The act of collecting is about looking, studying, sorting, sifting, concentrating, weighing, and making decisions. It’s a lot of work. I got better at it by being rigorous. I couldn’t buy...
Get your information from curators, professors of contemporary art, critics, and other collectors through your local arts organizations, newspapers, and art schools.
Once you’ve purchased a piece, you’ll need to get it home and onto your wall.
There is a pivotal point at which an idea becomes a conversation, a conversation turns into a conspiracy, and a conspiracy foments a movement.
Most modernists find color as attractive as traditional Tudors. Fred Bernstein, a resolute lover of neutrals, attempts to expand his horizon of hues.
Most designers, be they graphic or interior, consult
their Pantone fan guide when considering hues.