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 fine detailing—stitching, braiding, embroidery, and hand-tooling—that characterize the best of vintage saddles from the area.
With his hand-honed designs upending conventional notions of craft, contemporary artist-craftsman Taylor Donsker works wonders in California timber.
Laura Aviva’s New York City design studio L’Aviva Home combines luxury and savoir-faire through handmade objects with soul.
Beijing-born and New York-based Sean Zhang, who leads Ocrùm, creates furniture, lighting, mirror and decorative accessories collections with a high level of precision
Bringing comfort and inspiration into everyday life is KINTO’s motto. Since its 1972 debut in Hikone, a city in Japan’s Shiga Prefecture, as a wholesaler of porcelain and ceramic tableware, the Japanese brand has added to its portfolio a line of products (tableware, drinkware and interior accessories) to fit the modern lifestyle.
Everybody needs a little Personal Space—and it’s near Manhattan Beach Pier. In the heart of downtown on Manhattan…
For the most stylish, design-forward finds of the season, the creative wish list has something chic for everyone.
The instantly recognizable, signature Scottish motif creates a modern look when used with different colors and materials.
The Tulum Collection, A Line Of Encaustic Tiles By Studio Anansi, Make For Chic Motifs And Work In A Number Of Configurations For A Sharp Look.
Working across mediums, London-born, New York-based designer Anna Karlin creates an eclectic collection of lighting and furniture at the crossroads of art and design.
Following The Launch Of The Original Alt For Living Showroom In New York City (Complete With A Parisian-inspired Cafe), Brand Founder Analisse Taft-Gersten Has Opened The Second Showroom In Los Angeles.