Lifestyle

Good design extends far beyond just our homes. It touches all parts of our lives, from our hobbies and travels to the experiences we encounter on a daily basis. Get lost in these stories that fuse great design with lifestyle.

Former Toy Designer Dan Judkins Is Tackling Tech for the “Fourth Trimester” of Pregnancy
Former Toy Designer Dan Judkins Is Tackling Tech for the “Fourth Trimester” of Pregnancy
These technology companies have developed new gadgetry for the body and the mind—from eating well with ease to learning to meditate from an adorable turtle.
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Meet The Stylish Analog Message Board You Never Knew You Needed
At a Southern California–based blogger’s chic home, the smart yet old-timey messaging display is the cure for digital overload.
Atelier Thiery Embellishes Rémy Martin’s XO Decanter With a Flash of Gold Leaf
Renowned Parisian gilding studio Atelier Thiery has given Rémy Martin’s iconic XO decanter a golden touch that honors the cognac house’s legacy of craftsmanship.
Everything You Need to Know About Becoming an Airbnb Host
Everything You Need to Know About Becoming an Airbnb Host
Ready to share your home with the world and earn extra income? Get started today with our guide to the basics of becoming an Airbnb host.
Introducing a Water Filter as Well-Designed as Your Kitchen
The LifeStraw Home pairs Scandinavian simplicity and poise with award-winning functionality and a commitment to providing safe drinking water.
A Private Wine Cave Is Built Into a Limestone Hillside in Texas
Clayton Korte transforms an unearthed cavern into a subterranean wine cellar and lounge that nearly disappears into its surroundings.
A Cute Mom-and-Pop Shop in L.A. Showcases the Latest Japanese Design
Tortoise General Store stocks a specialized inventory imported from Japan.
Celebrate the Solar Eclipse With 13 Products That Are Out of This World
Today is the day! But even if you aren't on the path of totality, you can still get in the spirit with these stellar items.
High Design: 10 Pipes You’d Proudly Display on the Coffee Table
In honor of 4/20, we’re celebrating the too-cool-for-school pipes elevating today’s cannabis industry.
Top 9 Design and Architecture Podcasts to Tune Into
Nerd out with our favorite design podcasts.
16 Flower Arrangements to Inspire Your Romantic Side This Valentine’s Day
16 Flower Arrangements to Inspire Your Romantic Side This Valentine’s Day
Gifting flowers for Valentine’s Day is a tried-and-true approach to show appreciation for your loved ones.
6 Simple, Sophisticated Paul McCobb Designs to Know and Love
He has the best legs in the business. From desks to dining tables, perfectly tapered stems have become synonymous with Paul McCobb.
Alexander Girard’s Short-Lived Textiles & Objects Shop Was a Joyful Experiment Far Ahead of its Time
In 1961, Herman Miller and Alexander Girard opened the Textiles & Objects Shop in New York, selling the preeminent designer’s exuberant fabrics and a handpicked selection of folk...
You Are Where You Live
The ads in the real estate section of the Sunday New York Times are a barometer of perceived need: what we think about when we are at our hungriest, our most grasping, our most...
Stow Aways
How do you squeeze maximum functionality out of minimal space? Rosa and Robert Garneau make it happen with multipurpose furniture, a hydraulic Murphy bed, and secret compartments...
Gestalten’s New Book Shows How to Transform Small Spaces Into Design Marvels
Gone is the suburban flight of yesterday. These days, more people around the world are moving into cities by choice—and as a result, space has become a precious commodity.
The Create & Cultivate Clubhouse Takes Millennial Pink to the Next Level
CEO Jaclyn Johnson and designer Ginny Macdonald take us inside the Los Angeles–based company inspiring thousands of modern working women.
Hawking Massages With a Social Purpose, Lifehood Is a Wellness Spa That’s Peak L.A.
Channeling California cool with a ’70s bent, this spa has all the “it” factors—from healing crystals to VR experiences.
DIY Black Chalkboard Pegboard by Margaret Oomen
Sometimes the pursuit of a simple accessory can result in a surprising upshot.
This Silver Lake Shop Redefines the General Store
Looking for mid-century furniture? Design tomes? Earrings? An LP? Sunset Junction’s Mohawk General Store lives up to its name.
11 Lush, Plant-Filled Dwellings That Pay Homage to Home Horticulture
Let us count the ways that keeping plants at home improves quality of life—from enhancing air quality to boosting calm and focus.
Why Can’t I Find a Sleek, Affordable Coffee Maker?
As my coffee habit ramped up over the holidays, I lost patience for the pour-over routine. Now, the alternatives have me backpedaling.
Why I’m Skipping the Christmas Tree This Year
You can still have yourself a merry little Christmas with nary a tree.
We Need to Talk About Hygge—You’re Doing it Wrong
In Denmark, where it’s gray and rainy 179 days a year, hygge is knitted into the fabric of life. For the rest of us—well, we’ve all been trying a little too hard.
Hauntingly Beautiful: Furniture and Fixtures That Are Subtly Halloween-Inspired
These pieces are the perfect mix of spooky, chic, elegant, and ethereal.
What if Furniture Worked Like a Swiss Army Knife?
Convertible furniture by Stephen Kenn for Victorinox takes inspiration from the acme of efficiency.
Designer Doghouses Are Real—and Now You Can Win One
In celebration of National Dog Day on August 26, five modern doghouses are up for auction—and proceeds will benefit the ASPCA and pets everywhere.
Sip Wine in This Japanese Pagoda-Inspired Pavilion
A California winery selects sustainably produced redwood for a new pergola-topped tasting area.
How to Integrate Smart Design That Fits Your Lifestyle
Our editorial team shares design ideas for different lifestyles, personalities, and routines.
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