Look closely and you’ll notice those are zippers on the KLAD leather wall by Keleen Leathers, a system of panels that allows all varieties of floor-to-ceiling installations

Five Chic Leather Looks for the Home

Leather accents warm up décor with seductive texture we can see and feel
Created by fiber artist Rianne Aarts for Teddy and Wool, the Shifting Dunes tapestry features small knots on a half-moon frame and cotton fringes treated with gradient dye

Modern Macramé for Every Room

A hallmark of 1970s style, the hands-on textile technique finds new relevance in home design
Designer Kelly Wearstler, Florida Design 32.2 Buzz

Design Trifecta with Kelly Wearstler

The prolific tastemaker reveals three new collaborations just in time for summer

Maison & Objet Show

Dare to be curious at the semi-annual Maison&Objet show in Paris, France, where new and signature salons surprise. Hosted at the Paris-Nord Villepinte Exhibition Centre in January and again in September, these decorating salons...
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

Salone del Mobile Furniture Show

Geared up to be the focus of global attention, all eyes were on the 58th edition of the Salone del Mobile. Milano hosted at the Milan Fairgrounds, Rho, in April. Every year, designers and...
The Viceversa pendant by Lightology features integrated LED technology as well as a glass diffuser that can be placed on top or bottom for illumination with Mother Nature in mind

Natural Beauty for the Abode

Biophilic design is alive and well in all rooms of the home
An earthy color palette of mineral tones, browns, yellows, and ochres on voluminous curvy shapes makes it obvious that Roche Bobois is in a 1970s state of mind

That ’70s Show

Patterns, colors, and silhouettes from the Me decade infuse home design with groovy retro appeal
The Art of Formation collection as presented at Salone this past spring

Organic Inspiration in The Art of Formation Collection

Art of Loom founder Samantha Gallagher and interior designer Bea Pernia look to ecology to inspire their first collaboration
Delicious pendant from Ngala Trading Partners x Clarisse Design, Foliage Inspired_FD31-2B

Foliage-Forward Pieces for the Home

Don’t have a green thumb? Try these inspired pieces on for size instead
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
In this Wellington home office, materials like oak, bronze, and leather reflect the area’s equestrian heritage

Custom Touches for the Home Office

For Palm Beach Gardens designer Jason Lynn, a home office wins when tailored specifically to its occupant’s needs
Architecturally pleasing, the new rain showers by Dornbracht turn a daily activity into a decadent ritual

Next Level Glam in the Bathroom

Glam new standards and chic extras take bath time to ultimate heights
Designer Juan Montoya offers expert insights into 2021 design trends.

FD Asks: Q&A with Juan Montoya

The acclaimed New York-based designer's work is recognized around the world. Here, he explains the trends to watch in 2021
The new Preston system uses recycled and reclaimed woods for its closet systems. Photo by Aaron Dougherty

Chic and Customizable Organization

Marie Kondo devotees, take note. The Container Store’s newest line, Preston, offers a super-smart system of organization that can be applied in different ways in multiple spaces. Made from recycled and reclaimed woods, the...

Eye on Art

The spotlight is on six Florida-based artists whose masterpieces make statements in the studio and the home
FD Conversation with Gil Walsh

FD Conversations with Gil Walsh

The West Palm Beach-based interior designer discusses the newest trends in home design, her craft, and the shifts in the industry
“The wilderness of the Venezuelan jungle provided rich inspiration for this house in Caracas,” says Oppenheim. “Designed around three courtyards—an entry court, an impluvium, and a garden court—the outdoor spaces form part of the interior experience to expand and extend views to the site edges.”

Q&A with Architect Chad Oppenheim

For architect Chad Oppenheim, the where is as important as the what

Design Miami/

The spirit of this year’s Design Miami/ is alive and thriving as select designers and international galleries gather to exhibit rare designs and limited-edition pieces while playfully challenging the established notions of collectible design....
Inspired by cascading ribbons, the Spiral pattern from Artemest x Mae Engeleer is printed on vinyl in soft grays and pinks. Walls on the Wild Side_MIA17-2C

Walls on the Wild Side

Be gone, dated damasks and frilly florals. Wallpaper’s renaissance is full of modern patterns that make a sophisticated statement.
Braided rattan urns by Oomph, Wicker or Woven_FD32-3C

Wild About Wicker

Whether with rattan or resin, the centuries-old style of weaving gets a modern update