High-end furniture shops can feel unapproachable and exclusive. But at AAVVGG, there’s something for everyone, from Frama soaps to Tekla towels.
In a world of streamlined minimalism, it’s not often a boutique home decor store champions the tradition of eclecticism. Madrid’s Rue Vintage 74 has broken that mould, filling its showroom with African, Asian, and European home furnishings, diverse in all aspects except their quality.
For those who prefer their meals served with a side of sunshine, Hermès’ newest dinnerware delivers.
Apart from a standard corkscrew and a basic stemmed glass, wine accessories are luxuriant but totally unnecessary. Here are five of the most fun—and totally unnecessary—accessories available to today’s hedonist.
Designed in Vancouver and handcrafted in Chaozhou, all of Shuobi Wu’s ceramic work draws inspiration from his childhood near the water, but the Blue Collection is especially close to his heart.
Maximalism is coming back in style, and the design trends for 2021 are all about emphasizing the baroque and the loud.
A new wave of designer candles prioritizes sculptural shapes, cozy textures, and pleasing hues—in short, they’re intended for display as much as use.
The garden path from fashionable beauty to flowers is one walked from the ancient poets right to the present.
We’ve selected some contemporary manufacturers who are making porcelain tableware with a modern twist by incorporating exciting innovations in the design or production.