Be our next video star! Apartment Therapy is very excited to introduce our very first episodic video series- hosted by Maxwell and starring YOU! It's called "The A Line" and if you live in NYC, you might be just who we need!
When I first laid eyes upon this cake stand table lamp, I thought it was gorgeous. So warm and playful! Then I learned that to change the light bulb, all you had to do was to remove the dome. So logical, so easy! More
British inventor, James Dyson, has done it again. Embracing his trademark "there ought to be a better way" approach that spurred his most well-known high-end vacuum cleaners and blade-less fans, he has now revolutionized, or at the very least streamlined, the way we wash and dry our hands. We were lucky to get a recent sneak peek here in NYC of his latest creation, the Airblade Tap. More
Clearly, this is a picture of your dream bathroom (provided it has a really good radiant floor heating system). But look more closely and you'll notice something else: where's the roof? When I first saw this photo in my pinterest feed, I was very confused. Why would you built a space with opening and closing windows, but no roof? The answer is that the roof itself opens and closes, just like the windows, and this bathhouse is part of a entire home that is fascinatingly and endlessly adaptable. Let's take a closer look.
I'm about the introduce a new design term to the world. Are you ready? Meta Decor. Or, in one word, Metadeco. For a visual definition, check out all these houses in rooms in houses. Because kids nowadays are so much smarter than we were at their age.
With Valentine's Day right around the corner, I thought it might be the perfect time to look into wallpapers that can subtly sexify the boudoir. While many of these work their magic on a subconscious level — much classier than a wall decal that says "Hey, Sexytime…" — it goes without saying that they are sorta Not Safe For Work. More
Get your design fix before Super Bowl Sunday by checking out the 6th Annual Austin Modern Home Tour on Saturday. Fifteen inspiring homes will be on the tour, with a special focus on sustainable design. It's also your chance to see (in person!) a couple of homes we've featured right here on Apartment Therapy. More