- We first spotted Providence, Rhode Island–based designer Meg Callahan's work at Matter's Next World exhibition this spring and instantly loved her quilts—a contemporary take on…
- From simple geometrics to a riot of patterns, this folkcraft is easily adapted to a modern aesthetic.
Inspired by vernacular quilting tradition, Meg Callahan uses contemporary production techniques to create her distinctive line of blankets. Our version is a limited-edition Dwell+AHAlife exclusive.
- With the days growing shorter, temperatures sinking lower, and damp air creeping into the house, it can be tempting to burrow under that old electric blanket.
- Our fifth installment of women to know in design focuses on the up-and-coming designers you need to know now, and five years from now. Check out Part One, Two, Three, and Four here.
At Mattermade, nothing is more important than capturing the exact specifics of a design, which means that the best results are achieved without the use of machines. An actual person bends and welds the steel cages that support the Circus shelves, and the rift-cut, Forest Stewardship Coucil–certified oak is also finished by hand. Here, production methods never alter a design; instead they steadfastly serve it.
- We could not be more excited for our Dwell Shop. Click through to see what the editors are craving this winter.
After a long day at work it would feel so good to sit down and settle back in black. Victor's FSC-certified maple frame gives a geometric edge to the soft Belgian linen cushions; This armchair was designed by Paul Loebach for Matter, and is one of a series featuring two sizes of sofa and an ottoman.