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I Just Want to Curl Up in This Furry Louis Vuitton Chair
The most desirable pieces from “Objects Nomades” at Design Miami.
Pottery Barn Brutally Negs Millennials
Apparently our homes are not big enough for their furniture.
Custom Couches, Minimalist Wall Clocks, and a Kids’ Store From the Intermix Team
What’s new in New York stores.
Rachel Comey’s Art Show Is Full of Chairs Designed by Women
Because female furniture designers were once invisible.
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How to Outfit Your Dining Room in True Mid-Century Style
On July 26, the furnishings and tableware of the legendary Four Seasons restaurant will go on the block through Wright auction house.
Talking to the Man Who Introduced Danish Modern Design to America
At almost 99, Jens Risom is still working.
A Q&A With Craigslist’s Best Rummager
One woman’s procrastination aids your Craiglist hunting.
You’ll Be Your Best Self If You Own Oprah’s Old Furniture
Oprah is selling a bunch of her furniture.
Sit on Brad Pitt’s Face for $299
Face Chair is having a clearance sale.
Brad Pitt Now Moonlighting in the Furniture Business
“I was surprised to discover that the bathtub was a bathtub; I thought it was an ashtray.”
130 Ways to Spruce Up Your Apartment
Our latest Shop-A-Matic features picks from DwellStudio, ABC Carpet & Home, and more.
Best Bet: Uhuru’s Coney Island–Inspired Furniture
Take home a piece made of materials reclaimed from demolished sections of Coney Island’s Riegelmann Boardwalk.
Design Hunting: New Projects From Rachel Ashwell, Warren Kay, and More
See what design editor Wendy Goodman found on her travels.
Design Hunting: Bernd Goeckler’s Treasures, Deborah Needleman on the Go
Shopping on the go with Deborah Needleman, Helena Rubenstein’s glorious acrylic bed, the intriguing pieces at Bernd Goeckler, and more.
Best Bet: In the Clear
Gus Modern’s assembly-free table offers a playful departure from the standard side table.