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Black a-frame exterior with tons of windows

When Your Dining Table Snaps in Half, It’s Good to Have Vintage Dealers as Your Designers

A Hamptons beach house made sleek.

This Desert Home’s Worn Yellow Door Was the Only Thing Left Untouched During the Remodel

Now an archway connects the kitchen to the breezy living room.

This Designer’s Jewel-Box Weekend Retreat Was Once a Farmhouse No One Wanted

Deep purples turn the rustic space into a cocoon.

In This Australian Home, Splashes of Mango, Bubblegum, and Banana Leaf Green Predate the Kids

When you’re the founders of Kip&Co, maximalism is a way of life.

This Doula’s Brooklyn Townhouse Is a Joyful Departure From Her Museum-Like Childhood Home

The kitchen is the chromatic crescendo.

How Do You Design Around a Yellow Smeg Oven and Hood? Add More Yellow, of Course

Inside the happy home of an Australian designer couple.

Flowers Got This L.A. Photographer Through 6 Months in the Hospital, So She Made Her Home an Ode to Them

Living life in full bloom.

In a Historic Home Built to Face the Sunrise, Only a Canary Yellow Music Room Will Do

The family’s entire house is a “celebration of the flora and fauna.”

From the Street, You’d Never Know This London Townhouse Is a Modern, Energy-Efficient Oasis

The secret to being low energy? Next-level insulation.

In This North Carolina Family’s Prismatic Home, Hot Pink and Neon Coral Are Neutrals

Who says artwork needs a white backdrop?

This Physician’s SoHo Loft Is a Laboratory for His Interior Design Side Hustle

When he is not at the hospital, he’s scouring flea markets.

This Couple Had a Hangover, Then an Epiphany: They’d Embrace a Brownstone’s Dark Side

A lack of windows can be a good thing.

The First Floor of This Family’s French Farmhouse Used to Be Reserved for Barn Animals

While the original staircase remains, now it’s a favorite hangout spot.

When Your Client Cares About Paint as Much as Furniture, You Go Big With Opposing Colors

Two hues divide the apartment into day and night.

Down an Old Dirt Road in the Sawtooth Mountain Range, This Photographer Created a Desert Oasis

The entire process ended up taking four years.

This Designer Bought Her Mountain Home Sight Unseen, Then Discovered Its Secret View

Now a 17-foot-long dining table takes advantage of it.

The High Ceilings in This Two-Bedroom Were So Good, This Family of 5 Was Willing to Downsize

“It felt so comfortable, and the air was really beachy.”

Cloud Walls and a Kid-Proof Breakfast Nook Make This Whole Apartment a Playhouse

“Strategic mess” is key.