Designers Paola Lenti and Humberto Campana used discarded materials from their respective studios to create the Metamorphosis collection

Designing for a Common Cause

A socially conscious new collaboration with the Campana Brothers ushers in the arrival of a new Paola Lenti showroom in Miami
Shades of red, aqua, and cream make a cozy statement in the Arya kitchen, a style that’s big on nostalgia.

Kitchen Reverential

The home’s heart is given its due at Sarasota’s Lineadecor
Mikonos wallcovering by Schumacher

Into the Deep

Ocean creatures infuse home design with under-the-sea elan
The lounge chairs from the Basket collection for GUBI are constructed of steel and then covered with rattan. Photo courtesy of brands

Rattan Revival

Designer Joe Colombo’s most unlikely collection gets a reinvention
The bedroom shows designer and architect Darrell Russell’s love for color and bold signature pieces. Photos courtesy of A Boheme Design

Inside a Designer’s Personal Space

Darrell Russell's Inlet Beach home is a reflection of his personality and a shrine to his eccentricities.
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Wild About Wicker

Whether with rattan or resin, the centuries-old style of weaving gets a modern update
The theme of sustainability in the Earth lounge was addressed in multiple ways, such as the room’s terra cotta palette and the 40-year-old yucca plant in the center of the space

Utopian Ideals with Michelle Haim

The designer imagines the ultimate sanctum at Casacor Miami with sustainability as her guiding force
Eventail rug by Roche Bobois

Deco Details

Stylized imagery, starburst motifs, and chevron patterns are ideal for autumn and beyond
The metal sculpture Spider by Louise Bourgeois, seen here at the Hauser & Wirth booth at Art Basel’s 2022 Basel edition, sold for $40 million. Photos courtesy of fairs

Insights Into This Year’s Art Week

The forecast for Art Basel Miami Beach, Design Miami, and Art Miami are sunny with a chance of gain
The boundary-breaking Felipe Pantone has reimagined Poltrona Frau's iconic Archibald chair

Bauhaus Redux

The German art movement is having quite the moment when it comes to home design
By the Dutch art collective Rotganzen for Kelly Wearstler, these limited-edition mirrored sculptures recall 1970s boogie nights as they take their cues from 1931’s The Persistence of Memory

Beyond Dalí

A contemporary take on surrealism offers a tongue-in-cheek approach to art and home accessories
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Design Trifecta with Kelly Wearstler

The prolific tastemaker reveals three new collaborations just in time for summer
A collaboration by Clarke & Clarke and Wedgwood for Kravet, the Botanical Wonders collection of fabrics and wallpapers celebrates the beauty and diversity of nature

Have a Maximalist Moment

From boisterous prints to exotic accessories, maximalism is here to stay
This Prairie Avenue residence by architect Rene Gonzalez is organized as a series of separate pavilions, which are made up of floating planes. Elevated by columns, the house provides a safe haven for the inhabitants during hurricanes and in case of flooding.

The Beauty of Brutalism

Don’t call it a comeback—the architectural style known for its hulking concrete forms has been here for years, and it’s not going anywhere
This whimsical Handsy Lunar tile pattern by Artaic literally makes its point in black and white

Playful Black and White Accents for Home

What’s black, white, and totally chic? One of our hottest design trends.
Town Country Coast in Palm Beach is an oasis of comfort and Cottagecore

The Look: Cottagecore

Embrace this trending aesthetic that exudes the pastoral comforts of home
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3 Ways to Build a Sustainable Home

From fending off floods to tapping environmentally friendly energy sources, creating a home that’s in sync with its Sunshine State surroundings is easy as 1-2-3
Shed some light on your ’80s throwback design with the Junit Record pendant from Lightology

1980s Glam Elements for the Home

Be kind and rewind back to the 1980s—a design era marked by bold shapes and bright colors
Reflecting light and pattern, the Wave center table by Boca do Lobo is made of polished brass with a black mirrored top

Brass is Back

From furniture to hardware to accessories, brass is bringing back a golden glow
The Balboa table by Serena & Lily is crafted from handwoven rattan strips, creating rich tonal variations, Reimagined Rattan_FD31-3D

Rattan Reimagined

Versatile and eco-chic, the touchable texture of rattan is having a major moment
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Primitive Modern Elements for Home

Mixing rustic objects with modern settings is a match made in design heaven