Emily Henderson’s Portland Perfection

This crisp and breezy master bath expresses luxury without pretension in a contemporary interpretation of traditional design aesthetics. Designing a home is a little like creating a magical mirror—one that reflects the styles and personalities of its owners. But what if there is no owner? Whose personality do you capture? That was the challenge designer Emily Henderson confronted when given...


Design Rules These Experts Want You To Break

When managing a remodel it can be easy to rely on popular true-isms like “everything has to match” or “fixtures have to be white.” Fixtures and finishes are often the last decisions on the quest to your dream bathroom, but that doesn't mean you need to sacrifice the design elements that will truly personalize and elevate your space. Much like...


Planting Roots in a Modern Barnhouse

There’s no mistaking the past life of Jenni Radosevich’s urban barnhouse. If the American farmer symbolizes a heritage of resourcefulness and ingenuity, then there’s probably no one who better represents the digital-era embodiment of that spirit than Jenni Radosevich, author of the I Spy DIY blog and pioneer of budget-minded design creativity. That makes her the perfect person to give...


New Urbanism and a New Urbanist

Surrounded by nature, community and inspiring design, Rebecca Cartwright is right at home. Just south of Atlanta, the Serenbe community is engaged in a purposeful experiment in healthy, sustainable living. Based on the principles of New Urbanism, the 1,000-acre planned community gracefully combines modern architecture and design with a relaxed, back-to-nature way of life. Designer Rebecca Cartwright was recruited as...

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HOME TOUR: Kips Bay Show House Palm Beach

Layers, patterns and whimsy prevail at this year’s Kips Bay Decorator Show House in Palm Beach. Drawing inspiration from cultures and spanning time periods, 22 top design firms turned this 10,000-square-foot Mediterranean-style home into a dramatic pastiche of moods, ranging from dark and spare to bright and extravagant—but always quintessentially Florida. Click the photos to explore each room and learn more about the products.

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