Taiwanese studio A Little Design has converted a former piano studio in Taipei, Taiwan into a tiny apartment with built-in, space-saving furniture. More
Designer Mary Celeste Beall, owner of the famed Blackberry Farm, uses a dash of style and daring colors to update her family home.
An abstract mural is just one of the vivid features that Amber Road and Lymesmith have incorporated in the extensive overhaul of this Sydney home, which has been finished in a variety of “joyful” colours. More
“In the master suite, decor can deviate from the common areas and really reflect your personality.”—Ali Vanderpool and Ariana Villalta
Mary McDonald creates a perfect palette for a pair of spirited and wildly successful beauty entrepreneurs.
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“When clients want a quick, impactful update, I recommend the pieces that take up the most surface area, like rugs, paint color, or window treatments.”—Tina Ramchandani
“Faux paint, lush lacquer, or wallpaper on a ceiling will garner that ‘Wow’ response.” —Leslie May
Spanish-German firm YLAB Arquitectos has transformed a gloomy Barcelona apartment into a light-filled holiday home with plenty of hidden storage. More
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Partitions punctuated with arched openings divide the living spaces inside this Barcelona apartment, which has been overhauled by architecture studio PMAA. More
Aged frescos and exposed timber ceilings offset new floors and fixtures inside this Lisbon apartment, which has been overhauled by Studio Gameiro. More
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“Look up! We use ceilings a lot. Through them, we define the lines and beauty of a space.”—Julio Salcedo
Young Belgian studio Atelier Janda Vanderghote has transformed the interior of one of Ghent’s historic houses with a new concrete frame and brilliant blue furniture. More
“Every house should have a great bar. It is the central point of a party, and if you entertain a lot, it will be celebrated, so put some thought into it.”—Jordana Joseph
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“Use tall pieces in a low-height room. Short furnishings would make the ceiling feel that much lower to the ground.” —Jason Oliver Nixon
Cacti gardens, a yoga studio and a saltwater swimming pool with sunbathing platforms are among the features at a large housing complex in Los Angeles, designed by US firms Commune and VTBS Architects. More
No one does Yuletide quite like the English. Here, ED visits Amanda and Stephen Clark’s home in Wiltshire, England.
“Pull floor patterns from ancient buildings. One inspired the checkerboard pattern of the marble floors in my Los Angeles home.”—Nate Berkus
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“I love to use wallpaper in mundane spaces. Hallways, pantries, powder rooms—all become moments of joy and funkiness. Areas of transition can be places you enjoy spending time in.”—Fawn Galli
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A blackened-wood sauna is among the tiny wooden volumes that wrap around the open-plan living area of this apartment in Seattle, which was renovated by US studio Plum Design and designer Corey Kingston. More
“Choosing the right light bulb is very important. LED bulbs are energy efficient, and they can look great.”—Paloma Contreras
“Never underestimate the power of paint. You don’t have to break the bank to achieve a new look. A fresh coat in a vibrant color takes an old piece of furniture or empty white room and gives it new life.”—Chauncey Boothby
Caitlin and Samuel Dowe-Sandes build on the success of their design brand through a home that serves as their own creative laboratory
The wood-clad home designed by Alain Mazza presents soaring views and an sleek twist on the modern chalet.
“Actually use your beautiful things! I have a chocolate lab and white furniture in my living room. It took some training, but now he knows the furniture is off limits.”—Lindsey Lane
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“Don’t settle. If you have your heart set on a piece, don’t try to find something similar just to save money. Chances are, you’ll never be completely satisfied with the substitute (or its quality).”—Brian Watford
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“If punk rock has taught me anything, it’s to do everything yourself. All of my favorite interior designers were self-taught.”—Max Humphrey
A Vivacious Canadian Lake House With a Joyful Sense of Irreverence
In a pre-war building known as NYC’s “celebrity dorm,” a family of four finds their permanent dream home.
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“Follow your gut. If you have to talk yourself into liking something, you probably don’t.”—Olivia Erwin
“Old and new belong together. A mix of modern pieces and antiques never tires.”—Caleb Anderson
“Don’t be afraid of dark. I used this rich Benjamin Moore Midnight Blue on an accent wall—darker than I’d ever dared. It made the whole space come to life.” —Jean Larette
“In an open seating plan, always use a well-proportioned statement coffee table to ground the arrangement and give it a sense of place.”—Sean Michael
This townhouse in Brooklyn was renovated by New York studio Kalos Eidos to include designated floors for “extroverted” and “introverted” activities. More
The fashion mogul and social media super-influencer opens the doors to her breathtaking L.A. home.
British minimalist John Pawson has fitted-out the interiors of a collection of apartments with oak and minimal decor for the Jaffa Hotel that he designed in Tel Aviv, Israel. More
“Make sure you’re having fun. What’s more fun than making your own home more beautiful.”—Eche Martinez
Full-height partition walls and tall furnishings exaggerate a sense of space in this apartment in Taipei, which has been revamped by Studio In2. More
“Wicker is an element I love for its texture and versatility. Wicker baskets are so functional for storage, but a wicker animal brings a sense of whimsy.” —Amy Berry
Concrete, clay and dark blue wallpaper line the walls and ceilings of this darkly atmospheric apartment in Taipei, Taiwan, designed by locally based studio Wei Yi International Design Associates. More
“Classics never go out of style. I hesitated about doing a white kitchen in my own house, thinking I’d been there, done that. But I’m so glad I did. I will never tire of it.”—Alexandra Kaehler
Humble mortar walls and clay floors are paired with original arched ceilings and decorative doorways inside this family-run guesthouse in Spain, which has been revamped by Lucas y Hernández-Gil. More
Inside a Colorful San Francisco Home with Scandinavian Influence
A grooved timber partition is the focal point of this pared-back apartment in central London, which Proctor and Shaw has decked out in ceramic-inspired hues. More
Insta-famous decorating phenomenon Mark D. Sikes revives a couple’s spirits and their fire-gutted home with picture-perfect rooms.
“Get creative when thinking about form and function. A client in a traditional Georgian home needed it to work for her modern way of entertaining. We opted for an asymmetrical, organic space that encourages guests to float through the room while engaged in conversation.” —Kate Coughlin
“Art, art, art! Start young and buy the best you can afford. Its ability to transform a room is unlike any other design tool.”—Jean Liu
A 1910 rustic home on Long Island’s Watermill provides a serene weekend getaway for a young Manhattan family.
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Designer Ritika Bhasin brightened a dull prewar home with repurposed vintage and a fearless eclecticism.
“My clients ask about the most important pieces to invest in: I believe in upholstery and art! They help anchor a room.”—Ashley Darryl
“The most important first step in design is a good floor plan.”—Jessica Helgerson
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“When you’re given a dark space that doesn’t have great light, create your own light. In this kitchen, we used Sherwin-Williams’s sunny Energetic Orange, and it turned out just fabulous— so cheerful.”—Matthew Boland
“Buy one good piece of furniture every year, and in five years, you’ll have five pieces. Everything else may change, but these will remain constant.”—Jeffrey Bilhuber
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A modernist house built by Danish architect Jørn Utzon in Hertfordshire, England, has been given a new life with a renovation by architecture studio Coppin Dockray. More
On the idyllic shore of Lake Simcoe, designer Sabrina Albanese crafts a wonderland of creativity for an urban family of four.
Nestled in a 2,000-acre gated community, designer Palmer Weiss transforms a home with her chic and Southern style.
Sliding partitions and bright white surfaces helped Spanish studio Lucas y Hernández Gil open up this Madrid apartment, which previously contained a rabbit warren of rooms. More
Designer Elora Hardy returns home to the Indonesian jungle to create a fantastical structure shaped by nature and sustainability.
“Update your light switches! Elegant controls add a spectacular element to an older home or character to a new one.” —Courtney Hill
Architect Sandra Robles Boesler has stripped away plaster in a Panama City apartment to create a raw aesthetic that is balanced with wood flooring and pastel decor. More
Cement surfaces, wooden joinery, and copper detailing appear inside this Barcelona apartment, which Cometa Architects has designed to subtly draw upon maritime imagery. More
Clay walls and plenty of built-in storage feature inside this renovated and extended garden flat in northwest London by Rise Design Studio. More
Situated in the city’s Justicia neighborhood, the 19th-century home is an expression of Vázquez’s playful personality and bold aesthetic.
Some people have a natural eye for design, but if you’re more in the camp of those who can’t do anything without consulting Pinterest board upon Pinterest board before making any major changes, we feel you. We’d love to have an interior designer on speed dial before deciding exactly where and how hang to hang that sweet new wall art we bought on a whim, but until we win the lottery, we’ll have to settle for trusting our guts, and taking plenty of design tips where we can get them. We’ve compiled some secrets straight from the pros to help you with all your decorating needs.
“The splurge everyone should make is a fabulous master bathroom. I used hand-painted porcelain sinks in mine.”—Todd Richesin
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“Great art and fabulous antiques only get better with age. It’s better to cry once and have a forever piece.”—Chandos Dodson Epley
Biasol has designed the interior of this Melbourne home to evoke a classic Parisian apartment, placing a plant-filled light well at its centre. More
“Black works with any style. The misconception is that dark colors make spaces feel smaller; they actually recede.”—Carrie Fundings Land