- We live in a supercharged, electrified, and social-media-documented world. One response is to embrace the neon; another, to select a more restrained color theme.
- As a reaction to throw-away culture in the years following the recession, we have seen age-old woodworking techniques such as cabinetry and parquetry become the focus of high-profile design projects.
The Dutch company's Ibiza collection saturates walls in degrees with a photo-realistic paper that adds an of-the-moment gradient effect.
- While many shy away from using bold color in small spaces, there is no reason spatial restrictions should restrict the imagination.
- Danish Crafts, an organization devoted to representing up-and-coming Danish designers, announced this year’s Mindcraft, their exhibition at Milan’s Fuori Salone 2013.
For the look without the weight or price tag of real stone, consider using the Danish retailer’s WallSmart non-woven wallpaper version.
- Wallpaper is an easy way to add sophisticated visual interest to rooms when objets d’art and pricey pieces aren’t an option.
From powder-coated steel to polished tree stumps and the toned-down camp of Lucite to Eames-era wire legs, these petite beauties—under $250 apiece—carry more weight than your average tchotchke catchall.