Author: Haniya Rae

Space at a premium? Designers are answering the challenge with smart furnishings that can do double duty.

International flair lurks everywhere in New York—as long as you know how to find it. Rev up your global style barometer with these stunning pieces by foreign talents.

True prisms refract light in brilliant patterns, so naturally it’s a brilliant idea to apply their infinite variety to the world of home decor.

A collection of pieces from Anthropologie, Calypso St. Barth, Pendleton, and more give you great options for displaying the colorful patterns of indigenous cultures in your home.

Get a good read on this fall's new design-world dispatchers from Eddie Ross, Timothy Whealon, Barbara Ostrom and More!

A collection of Ikat and geometric design objects from designers we love, including Madeline Weinrib, Anna Karlin, Nao Tamura, Erik Lindstrom, Stefan Rurak and Timothy Oulton.

The dog days of summer call for fewer social engagements and a lot more time lounging at the shore, favorite beach accessories in tow.

The saying “good things come in small packages” proved true in a big way for interior designer Maureen McDermott, the good thing being a cozy Sag Harbor rambler she recently took from mid-20th-century mundane to a family retreat kitted out for 21st-century living.

The saying “good things come in small packages” proved true in a big way for interior designer Maureen McDermott, the good thing being a cozy Sag Harbor rambler she recently took from mid-20th-century mundane to a family retreat kitted out for 21st-century living.

Now that the season is finally here, it’s time to get everything in order so you can kick back and relax. Stock up on essentials like LexingtonCompany Duvet covers, a road bike from Maidstone, arcylic cups by Mario Luca Giusti and more!

The 1980s Italian design movement Memphis, named after a Bob Dylan song by its Milanese founder Ettore Sottass, still resonates today, as seen with this roundup of striking pieces from Kelly Behun, Mario Milana, Damm, Christopher Coleman and Karim Rashid for Sancal.

When it comes to apartment living, a tight space can pose a big challenge. Make the most of it with functional, stylish furnishings, such as these eye-catching pieces from Autoban, Pauline Deltour for Alessi, Fendi Casa, These Fine Walls, Artek and Koya.

Home accessories designers have been testing the limits of the ever-popular ikat print, as seen in this collection of design finds from West Elm, Hermes, Kim Seybert, Dwell Studio, and Aerin

Design finds that draw inspiration from winged creatures and take flight, including a birdcage-like LED light fixture from Property Furniture, Erica Tanov's poplin bedding collection, a Marina Abramovic's bird-bedecked dinner plate, and more!