Not really yellow and not quite green. Vibrant and brilliant but pale at the same time. Chartreuse is one of those mysterious yet magnificent colors that always seems to provide that necessary and unique pop of color.
Not your average beach house, Kelly Wearstler's Malibu getaway is the epitome of sophisticated glamour.
Mexican designer Valentina Gonzalez Wohlers has cleverly and humorously transformed the classic French Louis XV oval chair into the shape of a Nopal cactus. Add multicolored Otomi upholstery and I officially need at least one in my home.
I'm looking forward to the first Sunday of February so I can wake up early to scour my local flea market for a vintage bar cart. I figured it's about time I pull my pretty collection of glassware and bottles out of their cabinets.
Made from glazed earthenware and coupled with Parisian silk lamp shades, these animal-inspired table lamps by Atelier Abigail Ahern are playful, witty, and classy kitsch! I clearly need the bulldog lamp . . .
Do you remember that unforgettable scene in Auntie Mame with the fabulously far-fetched, post modern hydraulic benches designed by the fictional Danish designer Yul Ulu?
One of my many new years resolutions is to take on the project of revamping my bedroom. These dreamy images have inspired me to search for a chandelier, showcase the exposed beams on my ceiling, play with color,
Craftsman Nick Kenny converted a run-down Victorian corrugated-iron chapel in Faversham, on the Kent coast of England, into a home. Using only recycled and salvaged materials, Nick had to be extremely resourceful -