“Good designers must always be avant-gardists, always one step ahead of the times. They should–and must–question everything generally thought to be obvious. They must have an intuition for people’s changing attitudes. For the reality in which they live, for their dreams, their desires, their worries, their needs, their living habits. They must also be able to assess realistically the opportunities and bounds of technology.” –Dieter Rams

My House: An Interior Designer Nods to the English Countryside in Her Berkeley Home
Clara Jung of Banner Day Interiors mixes vintage and contemporary pieces in her sunny hideaway.
A Textile Designer’s Home Is Unapologetically Colorful
Orla Kiely furnishes her renovated Victorian house with her signature prints.
An English Arts and Crafts Home Becomes Delightfully Modernized
In the rural town of Farnham, England, two interior designers restore a historic property into their own dream home by embracing...
A Designer’s Catskills Home Wears a Shou Sugi Ban Skin
The light box also features well-placed windows that keep temperatures in check and views unobstructed.
A Rainbow of Colorful Arches Brightens Up a Live/Work Home in Japan
Pastel arches, exposed beams, and an open plan turn a family home into an architecture firm’s radical live/work space.
This Los Angeles Midcentury Home Is a Live/Work Dream for $1.8M
This breezy, recently updated hillside home is packed with sunny outdoor spaces.
An Obsessed Designer Fills Her Home with Vintage Finds
In southwest England, interior designer Kathryn Tyler built her home around her ever-expanding furniture collection.
Peek Inside This Wallpaper Designer's Whimsy London Home
Wallpaper designer Sian Zeng invites us inside her dreamy apartment in Greenwich, London, and shares secrets about her design...
A Barrel-Vaulted Brick Addition Makes This English Home Feel Unexpectedly Airy
A Victorian terrace house in York gains an addition that playfully pits traditional, handmade brick against modern concrete and...
A Bold, Green-Roofed Home Sprouts on the Edge of a Rural English Village
Building forward-looking homes in England’s traditional villages can often prove tricky—but Featherstone Young rose to the...
This Live/Work Home in Philadelphia Gets its Layout From the Renaissance
A blackened cube makes for a striking addition to a historic Philadelphia neighborhood.
An Austin Couple Turn a Ranch Home Into a Refreshing Live/Work Space
Architects Frank and Megan Lin revitalize an uninspiring 1960s ranch home, forging a connection to the outdoors and creating a...
An Architect Turns His Victorian Home Into a Sun-Drenched Live/Work Space
In an attempt to beat the winter blues and improve his work/life balance, Australian architect Andrew Maynard combines his home...
We Asked 13 Designers to Share Their Work-From-Home Setups and Tips
Peek inside some of our favorite designers’ home offices, and get their tips for creating a successful WFH setup (or mindset) of...
A Self-Taught Designer Builds a Midcentury-Inspired Home on a Budget
Bob Butler drew lessons from the legendary Case Study House program to design his cost-effective residence in Nashville.
A Designer Updates a 1971 Home by Celebrated Washington Architect Moritz Kundig
Josh Hissong takes on the mantle of one of Washington’s most noted architects with a reverent renovation.
Feast Your Eyes on Fashion Designer Josie Natori's Japanese-Inspired Home
Perched on a ledge of glacial rock in Westchester County, New York, this exposed-timber residence elegantly incorporates...
Designer Emily Henderson’s Simple Guide to Styling Your Home for Thanksgiving
Expert stylist Emily Henderson teaches us how to properly set the scene for a Thanksgiving feast.
The Things All Designers Do to Make Their Home a Happier Place
While we generally see ourselves as silver-lining kind of people, the reality is, bad days happen to good people.
Fashion Designer Johnson Hartig Lists His Eclectic L.A. Home for $2.2M
Take a peek inside the 1925 residence in Hancock Park, currently filled with eye-popping art and color.