French interior design from the 1950s and 60s fetches stellar prices in the market. Though disregarded for decades, it is now hailed as classic.
The clean lines of Scandinavian style dominate home interiors but a new more theatrical, baroque look is set to win through.
As fashion and furniture continue to merge their ideals of beauty and form, homes can now dress to express their individual personalities.
A colorful and vibrant collection, the new Circus collection from Alessi will soon be available to all.
Running from September 2 to 6, Maison & Objet Paris promises a few updates to its calendar.
If two words could explain Victoria + Albert’s Florin Collection, it would be “bathroom goals”.
The Lighting Store in London brings a unique new design to be fitted into homes of those who love unusual creations.
The Spanish house takes on furniture at the Salone del Mobile this year, creating a collection that was nothing short of radical and fascinating.
The international furnishings trade fair has grown significantly since its inception in 2006, with more suppliers and exhibitors than ever before.
A new report ranking the top US cities in categories such as culture, education, diversity and prosperity places New York at the top of the heap.
Obsolete Airbus A32 aircrafts get an environmentally-friendly facelift in the form of unique home pieces.
With its ability to slide, fold and hide itself with a press of a button, say goodbye to static furniture and cramped spaces.
The French entrepreneur talks about her ideal home, where she gets her inspiration and what sets Stylodeco apart from other home furnishing companies.
The Scottish designer is launching a new bi-monthly program of limited edition style items.
Tomas Maier extends his fashion know-how to furniture, creating yet another opulent yet functional series for the home.
With the eagerly awaited Maison & Objet still months away, these are some exhibits across the world to scratch your design itch.
The American firm invited industrial designers Sam Hecht and Kim Colin to collaborate on a range of furniture that holds many modular possibilities.
A new collaboration between the two brands brings about high quality designs and vibrant creativity.
The Danish furniture design firm has launched its first range of accessories with the help of internationally renowned designers.
The French luxury goods titan extends its know-how in leather goods and design to a series of highly functional and innovative furniture.