Dwell March 2015, Vol. 15 Issue 03: Interiors We Love
An Inside Look at Homes in Australia, California, and France
Modern Home Furnished With Flea Market Finds
French designer Florence Deau effortlessly mixes the old with the new.
Modern Boutique Hotel in a 19th-Century Foundry
Designer John Tong’s inventive Ontario boutique hotel blends rural references with an urbane sensibility.
Midcentury Renovation in Portland Capitalizes on Nature with Seven Doors to the Outside
An interior designer in Portland updates a 1950s home by a celebrated local architect.
Meet the George Nelson Associate Who Designed the Dunkin’ Donuts Logo
The industrial designer and Pratt Institute graduate teaches at her alma mater, instilling midcentury rigor in the creators of...
A Restless Real Estate Developer Builds His Ideal Live-Work Space
An Amsterdam real estate developer accustomed to flipping properties renovates—and promptly falls in love with—a live-work space...
Preview the Key Design Topics of Dwell on Design Los Angeles 2015
Our flagship event celebrates ten years with a focus on universal design, resiliency, energy, and technology.
Local Wood Clads Every Surface of This Idyllic Australian Getaway
A pair of married architects put their exacting taste to work on their own family getaway in the Australian bush.
5 Ways to Make Your Home Smarter
Interior designer Wendy Raizin shares her top tips for raising your home’s intelligence quotient.
We Found the Perfect Wallpaper and Lighting Combos for Your Living Room
“Two years ago, wallpaper was a hard sell,” says Brian Paquette, a Seattle-based interior designer.
Color Combination We Love: Peaches and Greens
From upholstery to finishes, designers have been playing with two colors that forecast the verdant spring season ahead.
Meet the Faces Behind our Interior Design Issue
Our March 2015 issue spotlights memorable interiors from Seattle to France.
Design Trend to Watch: 3-D Weaving
Twisted cord appears in lighting and furniture pieces.
These Pieces Prove Why We Love Leather in Furniture
The material of the moment is leather.
Green and Affordable Structure Fits Three Families in One 28-Foot-Wide Lot
Two Seattle architects design and build a dynamic multifamily structure on a formerly vacant lot.
Smart Interior Update Shows When a Gut Renovation Isn't Necessary
An intervention from a clever interior designer spares an old beach house on Fire Island, New York, from demolition.
Vacation Home in the California Desert is a Modernist Oasis
A Canadian family’s getaway in the California desert.
Vanities We Could Stare at All Day
Once a symbol of glamour and luxury, the vanity fell into obscurity after the mid-20th century.
Poufs, Pillows, and Other Threads to Touch Up Your Home
Blankets, pillows, poufs, and napkins lend a touch of tactility to rooms begging for warmth in the winter months.
A Family Ski Retreat That's a World Away from Cars
San Francisco–based designer Maca Huneeus created her family’s weekend retreat near Lake Tahoe with a relaxed, sophisticated...
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