De Simone pins gorgeous, clean-lined houses from all over the world. In case the buildings themselves weren’t perfect enough, they are often situated in far-flung locales such as Lo Curro, Auckland, and Djúpavík.
Natural materials and muted color palettes are a common theme in Duong's selection of romantic, but unfussy, residences. Quirky architectural details like hidden doors and Escher staircases require a second glance to grasp.
Over one thousand pins dedicated to typography, illustration, package design, and advertising with a distinct vintage flair. Design geeks will rejoice at LaRue's wide variety of bottles, maps, and menus.
Mid-century pieces galore by more Charles and Ray Eames, George Nelson, and Hans Wegner than we have ever seen crammed in one place. It’s great for learning about some of the biggest design hits or for gaining a new appreciation of that era.
As the name suggests, Tsang's board has a variety of home goods and well-designed every day items like bicycles, phone cases, and cameras. Fanciful pieces, such as indoor tents and a polar bear balloon, add a dose of humor.
Olivia Martin is the managing editor at Dwell. Growing up in a 1905 Victorian fostered her love of architecture, design, and unpredictable floorboards. Aside from organizing articles flying around the Dwell office, she can be found wandering in vintage clothing stores or coercing her roommate into various decorating schemes for their apartment.
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