Tips for choosing artwork

Artwork can be a reflection of yourself and your home, so when you choose it, you want to make sure it does just that. Whatever vibe it’s delivering, it essentially delivering you. Continue Reading

Functional art: the Deckstool

What’s better than reliving the days of your carefree childhood by scooting around on a skateboard? Reclaimed furniture, of course. Fresh from the Pennsylvania-based designers, Deckstools combines childhood nostalgia with art and function. Continue Reading

Quick flooring reno: paint ’em

We have to give paint its props. It can change our walls and furniture in a snap, giving our home a fresh new look with little time and cost. But what about for our floors, too? Instead of staining, varnishing, or putting in brand new flooring, giving your floors a fresh coat of paint is a great way to add interest, change, and a whole new look. Continue Reading


Gorillamobile iPhone mount

iPhone photography can be pretty gorgeous, although it can also be as amateur as taking a photo of you and friends half-drunk at the local Continue Reading


Design For A Dollar top fifteen designs

A highlight at this year's International Contemporary Furniture Fair was the clever exhibit called Design For A Dollar. NYC students from the Pratt Institute of Continue Reading


Eco-friendly decorating

Want to green your next decorating venture but keep your style? Here are some great tips to keep it your own - but give a Continue Reading


Eyewear that gives back

Vancouver-based eyewear company has turned glasses into wearable art that combines fashion, function, and giving-back. Claudia Alan Inc.'s new AYA collection features frames that are delicately Continue Reading


Top 100 Green Design Firms

Engineering News-Record (ENR) recently released its annual list of Top 100 Green


Breakfast beside bed

Sometimes we stumble upon designs that, by the end of reading about