I grew up in the 80s, but one of my first introductions to interior design was through the 60s and 70s-era design books my mom would collect at garage sales. With their outlandish modern furniture, strange shapes, and unusual materials, these spaces were not quite like anything I had ever seen, and I was fascinated by the differentness of it all. I was reminded, a little, of those books by this concrete house that I stumbled across on World of Bea. It's full of modern design pieces that are both beautiful and unusual, but has a lightness to it that feels very now.More
Heart is great and all, but when it comes to design, home is where the happy is. Your abode should make you smile, and few have put bigger grins on our faces than the happy modern gems here. If these magnificent maisons say "home" to you, then prepare to fall in love with JCPenney's new home collection—including some sparklers from one of our biggest design crushes, Jonathan Adler.