Sometimes the best new designs find a way back to their roots.
Name that holey food.
Besides keeping your coffee piping hot, this press is (dare we say it) cute.
Marble isn't new or novel, but it's a little less expected as material for furniture.
Sir Madam's vintage-inspired pieces are just the spot of shine our kitchens need.
Enough with those shiny tin IKEA stools, and in with the new.
A padded, woven kitchen mat, star-studded glassware, and so much more.
A century-old wool mill proves that old-timey is often timeless.
Repurpose a picture frame to stand in as a loom, then weave away.
Clay used to make lampshade, wind chimes, wall art, and more.
A little less finger print-friendly surface, courtesy of sanding the metal.
Vincent Price's cookbook, 50 years later.
Emily Henderson's forecast of what's ahead in home design, and more.
One solution (floating shelves!), six ways.
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