There's nothing timid about this summer's muted hues of pink, blue, lilac and more.
Loblolly produces a memory foam–type product full of “sleepy goodness.” It arrives in a compact cardboard box, which you slice open with a letter opener–like tool.
Of all the iconic midcentury modern masters, only Jens Risom is still living. So when Design Within Reach offered Chris Hardy a chance to meet the almost-centenarian, the 31-year-old Atlanta furniture designer eagerly jumped on a plane to visit Risom at his home in Connecticut.
In town to open his new Buckhead Atlanta store, the ceramicist and designer dishes on today's trends and why everyone needs a dash of vulgarity.
From gem side tables to emerald lamps to "What a Gem" fabrics, jewel tones and faceted shapes are bringing rich glam to Atlanta this fall.
Over a round of beanbag toss at a Thanksgiving get-together in 2014, brothers-in-law Dwain Cox and Chris Jones decided they could elevate the humble lawn game, which is usually associated more with “frat party” than fine craftsmanship.
Sketches of starbursts, stripes, and even cacti cover Brandy Schuman’s hand-cast ceramic plates, jewelry dishes, and spoons. Her colorful line, A Sensible Habit, began with quirky stationery and printed textiles, but Schuman recently expanded to tableware and jewelry.
From bloggers like Anna Liesemeyer of In Honor of Design to designers like Amy Weaver of Terracotta Design Build—here are the six bath trends this fall so you can design your bathroom.
Around 80 percent of cut flowers in the U.S. are imported (mostly from South America), but at Krog Street Market’s French Market Flowers, you can pick up a bouquet that’s locally and sustainably grown by Cindy Tarrant and her husband, John.