Dwell gets an insider's view of unique, inspiring homes for our interior design issue. We visit designers, furniture collectors, and gallery owners to explore the myriad of ways one can approach decorating a home. Plus, we find the 49 pieces of furniture you'll want in your house and expert tips to go with them. Find it on newsstands now or order a digital edition. And, enjoy a sneak peek here!
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Something Old, Something New Architect William Massie designed an upstate New York getaway around decades of a vintage furniture purveyor's collection. Learn how he incorporated one-of-a-kind pieces like a Don Drumm screen from the 1960s, ceramics from Bruno and Guido Gambone, and an early production Eames Zenith shell chair.
Inside Addition Although architect Michael O'Sullivan's exterior options were limited due to local building codes, he and interior designer Yvette Jay compensated with a show-stopping interior replete with rich, herringbone ceilings and special glass touches.
Mix Master An Antwerp residence does double-duty as Valerie Traan, an avant garde gallery with an eclectic mix of high-end furnishings, and as gallery owner Veerle Wenes' home. A must-see custom bathroom from Studio Simple and ingenious color palette are just a few of the design inspirations to choose from.
Queen of the Hill You don't have to say in the language of your exterior, but you don't have to eliminate either, says architect Abigail Turin of renovating her 1925 Italianate San Francisco home. Instead, she stripped the home down to its original bones and paired it with modern pieces for a fresh take on a classic structure.
Industrial Designer World-renowned designers Paola Navone renovated a centuries old former tobacco factory in Spello, Italy. The residents and Navone take us through the home and its industrial, yet whimsical interiors.
Virtual Reality Inspired by Le Corbusier's theories on perceptions of interior and exterior space, American architect Michael Herrman renovated his Parisian flat using high-tech trompe l'oeil pieces and clever design.
Plus Don't Miss
The most-effectively designed kitchen from architect Eric Ripert and Poggenpohl (don't miss the recipe Ripert sent to Dwell!); an exclusive interview with Matt Selman, executive producer of the Simpsons, about our TV debut; and advice from modern rug expert Christopher Farr for every type of carpet buyer, from London to Los Angeles.