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A look at the top interior and exterior design trends, interviews with top designers and stagers who share what got them started, where they think design is going, and case studies of their best works.

In Common With: A Spirit of Collaboration

Seamless, sculptural forms characterize a collection that brings together the talent of design studio In Common With, founded by Nick Ozemba and Felicia Hung, and

Sophie Goineau: A Desert Feast for All Senses

Interior designer Sophie Goineau tackled the challenge of transforming a 5,000-square-foot space with a vision inspired by the “free architecture” of the midcentury, which is
Kelly Wearstler, James Seuss, Los Angeles, the Rug Company, Sowden House, Frank Lloyd Wright, China

Kelly Wearstler Surreal Shifts

Consisting of eight designs in varied colors and custom shapes, Surreal Shifts, Kelly Wearstler’s ninth collaboration with The Rug Company, is no exception to her

Mitchell Freedland: Living with Art

Spread over 6,700 square feet, the three-bedroom house is split into five levels which each delimit a specific zone for living. The residence is comprised

L’Aviva Home: Craftsmanship at its Best

Initially launched with ottomans and pillows and inspired by the equestrian heritage of Colombia’s coffee-growing region, this series draws upon the area’s expert craftsmanship and

Sean Anderson: A Mood for Beauty

A remarkable stillness seems to settle over the gracious, stone-edifice, richly windowed home in the Vestavia Hills neighborhood of Birmingham, Alabama, with interiors by Sean

Mid-Century Modernized: Miller Hull’s Loom House

The world’s first residential remodel to earn Living Building Challenge certification, based on the performance categories of Place, Water, Energy, Health and Happiness, Materials, Equity,

MR Architecture: David Mann for All Moments

Founder of Manhattan firm MR Architecture + Décor, David Mann’s more minimal brand of architecture would seem, on the surface, at odds with 18th-century anything,