An Artist’s Loft in Miami Displays an Eye-Popping Collection of Vintage Furniture
Artist Christopher Florentino’s Ghost Loft is a delightful mix of midcentury treasures, Pop art, and Japanese design.
Goodbye, Smart Home?
Is 2021 the year we give up on gadgetry and embrace a more elegant home intelligence?
How Much Should You Spend on Dinnerware?
Whether it be earthy stoneware or durable enamel, here’s how to select—and budget for—a tasteful setting.
Should We Keep Living in Disaster-Prone Areas?
After a year of ecological calamity, experts wrestle with whether or not we should rebuild in risky areas—and who will pay for it...
To See or Not to See? The Evolution of Whether and How to Hide Television Screens Comes Full Circle
What should you do when your flat screen feels like a big black hole swallowing your decor? TV makers are offering all kinds of...
How Much Should You Spend on Curtains?
From fabric choices to pleating, interior designers break down how to select the ideal curtains—and how much you should budget.
How Much Should You Spend on an Area Rug?
Our experts advise on choosing an area rug by pile, construction, size, and placement—and how much it’ll cost.
How Much Should You Spend on a Wall Sconce?
Wall sconces are versatile, space-saving fixtures that can act as functional art in the home.
How Much Should You Spend on Kitchen Countertops?
Top designers dish on the best countertop materials for your kitchen—and their attendant price tags.
How Much Should You Spend on a Kitchen Faucet?
Top designers give their advice about how to choose a stylish, functional faucet—and what it will cost.
The New Gogoro Eeyo Is the Sports Car of the E-Bike World
Announced today, the ultralight Eeyo e-bike is taking on the challenges of city life in style by prioritizing agility over...
The Best New E-Bikes Are Smart, Stylish, and a Blast to Ride
If you think electric bicycles are clunky and ugly, it’s time to take another look.
The Beginner’s Guide to Propagating Houseplants
Want to get back to nature, but can’t leave your apartment? Become a plant parent.
We Charge Our Phones and Our Cars. Is it Time to Charge Our Homes?
The latest smart home energy storage systems pack plenty of power into sleek, barely visible forms.
How Much Should You Spend on Door Hardware?
Top designers explain the nuts and bolts of choosing door hardware at different price points.
How to Safely and Efficiently Tackle Laundry During the Coronavirus Pandemic
Whether you use the sink, an at-home washing machine, or venture to the local laundromat, these tips will help you keep your...
How Much Should You Spend on a Duvet?
Top interior designers weigh in on what to look for in a duvet cover or insert—and what it should ultimately cost.
A $70K Remodel Turns a Tiny Oregon Cabin Into an Idyllic Home for a Family of Four
Nine years ago, Jessica Helgerson turned a former goose check station into the perfect tiny house for her family.
How Much Should You Spend on a Living Room Sofa?
Top interior designers weigh in on what to look for in a living room sofa—and what it should ultimately cost.
Copper’s Known to Combat Viruses—Can it Help With Public Health?
Copper’s comeback could be beneficial for more than just interior design.
Are High-Tech Tabletop Farms the Future of Food?
A new generation of pantry gardens takes local produce to the next level—but do they have a future in every kitchen?
Frank Lloyd Wright’s School of Architecture Is Closing After 88 Years
After educating more than 1,200 architects, Frank Lloyd Wright’s influential school is forced to close.
9 Home Gadgets From CES 2020 You Won’t Want to Miss
From an adorable robot shaped like a ball to an invisible smart door lock, here are nine fun, useful, and stylish gadgets we...
What Does Opting Into Home Automation Mean for Privacy?
With the rapid evolution of the smart home, has privacy become just another setting?
How Human-Centric Lighting Is Changing the Way We Illuminate Our Homes
Read what experts and designers say about our body’s response to light as an aesthetic experience.
Now There’s Proof That Tiny Homes Are Better Homes
New research shows that downsizing to a tiny home can cut your ecological footprint by 45%.
Snøhetta Builds a Heavenly Cabin For Hikers in Oslo
Offering unbelievable views, Fuglemyrhytta is a pentagonal cabin that can sleep up to 10 lucky hikers.
How to Find Unique Homes on Airbnb and Other Tech-Enabled Travel Tips
Technology has enabled our obsession with traveling to unique, barely discovered places—from distant destinations to gems hidden...