What does it mean to be a young design professional today? Designers under the age of 30 gathered in Chicago, Dallas, and New York City this fall to delve into this question during Interior Design‘s 30/30 events, a new initiative meant to honor the work of early career creatives
By the time Emma Chamberlain was old enough to vote, she was already a certifiable social media phenomenon. Venerable journals of the old school—the same ones that faced an existential crisis over the emergence of new media—were tripping over themselves to shower the teenage internet superstar with breathless paeans. The
When your home sits perched atop a mountain overlooking one of the most scenic lakes in the country, the last thing you want is to feel cramped. But when Jen Samson was brought onto this project on Lake Tahoe in Nevada, the 1980 home was “dark and dated”—despite its prime
Expect to see restful interiors, bold hues, and eco-minded materials.
It wasn’t easy to transition back to pre-pandemic living—record-high gas prices, a housing market boom, and global uncertainty all slowed us down. However, this shift also caused many of us to seek solitude and rest in our daily lives. With
- Insider spoke to Drew and Jonathan Scott ahead of the premiere of “Celebrity IOU.”
- The Scotts shared what they think are the most impractical home design choices.
- Jonathan dislikes too many levels in a home, while Drew cautioned against overly bold choices.
For our latest lookbook, we’ve selected 10 warehouse conversions that have transformed industrial buildings into welcoming homes with charm and character.
Built for storing large amounts of manufactured goods, warehouses have practical designs characterised by exposed structures and unfinished surfaces, including exposed brickwork, revealed joists, concrete floors, steel window frames