Everything Dwell’s Style Editor Scouted—and Loved—From the Showrooms of Milan Design Week
Everything Dwell’s Style Editor Scouted—and Loved—From the Showrooms of Milan Design Week
From stackable tea sets to Murano glass lighting, the studios, stores, and galleries of Milan did not disappoint.
The Best of Milan’s Surreal Exhibition of New Designers, According to Dwell’s Editor-in-Chief
From a sconce with a ponytail to an ice bucket with feet (and earrings), the work at Alcova leans into the uncanny.
Budget Breakdown: They Gave a Bland ’70s Cabin a Psychedelic Glow-Up for $120K
For their first DIY renovation, Whimsy Soul cofounders Kara Harms and Robin Berenson infuse a woodsy getaway with vintage vibes, big color, wallpaper galore...and an ABBA bathroom.
The Tiny Home Builder Who Opened a Village in Florida Now Offers More Than 10 Models
Escape made a splash by launching a property in Tampa Bay filled with its trailers. But you don’t have to live there to own one.
It’s Time to (Officially) Cancel the Dining Room
They’ve always been more of a luxury than a necessity. And let’s face it: There’s probably a better way the space could serve you.
Everyone Loves a Good Ikea Hack: These 3 Classic Pieces Show Why
There’s a reason people have been customizing the Swedish meatball purveyor’s furniture for decades.
Every Day Feels Like Summer Camp at This Montana Compound Seeking $15M
Perched just above the shore of Flathead Lake, Stone Creek Camp includes seven fully furnished structures and over sixteen acres of wilderness.
This $5M Midcentury by Robert Kennard Just Listed for the First Time in Decades
Tucked away in Beverly Hills, the Sommers House was the architect’s first project after leaving Richard Neutra’s office—and it received a major renovation by Marmol Radziner.
She Couldn’t Save the 1764 Farmhouse—But Its Colorful Spirit Lives On
Cecilia Hedin’s new home pays homage to a bygone summerhouse with salvaged beams, emerald tile, and Falu red interior shingles.
This $1.2M Denver Midcentury Is Not Your Average A-Frame
The revamped residence pairs an edgy facade with minimalist, monochromatic interiors.

Unlock the Best of Dwell

Subscribe to Dwell+ to get everything you already love about Dwell, plus exclusive home tours, video features, how-to guides, access to the Dwell archive, and more. You can cancel at any time.

Try Dwell+ for FREE

Already a Dwell+ subscriber? Sign In

Latest Stories

$2.1M for a House With Ocean Views. In Malibu? In a Trailer Park?
$2.1M for a House With Ocean Views. In Malibu? In a Trailer Park?
A beachfront home in California is always going to come at a price. For this renovated double-wide in Point Dume Club, it might be less (or a lot more) than you’d imagined.
A “Greenhouse” Warms Up This Cork-Covered Prefab in the Spanish Countryside
A central indoor/outdoor room covered in translucent panels captures sunlight and circulates warm air throughout the residence.
Meet the Organization Crowdfunding for Affordable Housing
Small Change aims to allow anyone—not just developers—to invest in projects across the country. Its founder, Eve Picker, shares how it’s opening a new lane to community change.
Kirsten Dunst’s NYC Penthouse Hits the Market for $7M
The Manhattan apartment has a private elevator, 11-foot ceilings, and immense arched windows overlooking the Hudson River.
We Asked the Experts How to Work With—and Maximize—Every Inch of Space In Your Home
Interior designers and architects agree: if you’re short on square footage, your furniture needs to work overtime.
Before & After: She Cloaked Her 1970s Brick Home in a Concrete-and-Metal “Skin”
A retiree transformed her suburban residence by adding a surprisingly airy brutalist extension at the front.
This $5M Sonoma Home Has Walls of Glass and Views for Days
Built using the prefabricated Blue Sky and IT House systems, the residence comes with a guesthouse, a sparkling lap pool, and 10 wooded acres.
There Are Now More Than 500 U.S. Cities Where the Average Home Price Is $1M
That cost illuminates just how dramatically prices have risen across the country. But what kind of house exactly does that get you?
The Hallway at This Norwegian Cabin Has the Best View in the House
You have to step outside to move between the bedroom, bath, and living space. But the deck connecting them has an open vista of woods and water.
This Live/Work Compound is Carved Into a Los Angeles Hillside
Joy Cho’s colorful, redwood-accented residence is a dream home for her family of four—plus, it includes her very own creative studio right next door.
More Stories