With his collection of toy trucks, five-year-old Coban Lebold loves to help his mom Jessica McDonald update their 1905 Cape Cod-style home in Morgantown, WV.
A few weeks ago, a book arrived in the mail that totally made my day: The Love and Lemons Cookbook: An Apple-to-Zucchini Celebration of Impromptu Cooking.
When taking the jump from employed with benefits to full-time freelancing, you always hear that there will be some long nights and work on the weekends.
I first discovered Katie Marble through the hashtag #thehappynow, which she manages alongside Elise Cahill (whom we featured earlier this year).
It is serendipitous and wholly enriching that late last year, as I began writing about contemporary Indian design for Design*Sponge, I was on the cusp of launching Napeansea — my own Indian-inspired home and lifestyle brand with my talented textile designer mother.
Husband and wife duo, Dana and John Shultz are the team behind the wildly successful blog, The Minimalist Baker.
While standing in the courtyard of a triplex in Beverly Hills, CA, hairstylist Christina Meneses and her close friend gazed upon neglected gym equipment.
I don’t know if I’ve ever fallen as hard — or as quickly — for an artist’s work as I did with photographer Nadine Ijewere.
During my holidays as a child, I would travel to a small village called Santiniketan on the outskirts of Calcutta, where my grandparents had an idyllic holiday home (bouganvillia, vegetable patches, paddy fields and meandering cows abounded).
My favorite thing about Instagram is how it brings people from different backgrounds together to celebrate storytelling.
Growing and changing is a part of life, but for Bessie Akuba Winn-Afeku, it quickly became evident that evolving was not only a natural progression in business, but a vital and helpful one.
Carly Romeo is one busy lady. She not only runs Two Spoons Photography, is the co-founder of Catalyst Wedding Company — which publishes the feminist wedding magazine Catalyst — and produces (un)convention, an event for wedding professionals, but she also works at a feminist speakers’ bureau and runs Feminist Camp.
A charming, hidden gem of a city located in southern Ontario, Peterborough is most noted for Trent University, the Quaker Oat Factory, the impressive lift locks and the General Electric Factory, but as today’s city guide writer, Melissa Wilson says, “this city has a lot more to offer than a Tim Hortons off the Highway.” Just two hours east of Toronto — at the tip of the Kawarthas — it’s chock-full of great amenities for the perfect weekend destination, but is also the proud home of many locals who also enjoy its many walking and cycling trails, parks, ski clubs, cottage country, farmer’s markets, artisan shops and lakeside cafés. With snowier winters and cooler summers, it’s not for everyone, Melissa says, “I’ve seen neighbours cross-country ski to work,” but the laid-back attitude and charm of its people (and their love for wool socks) make up for it.
I first discovered New Zealand-born sculptographer Anna Church on Instagram where her attention-grabbing photographs caught my eye while browsing my explore feed.
Celia Tejada bought her home in the 1990s, about 100 years after it was originally built. This San Francisco Victorian had fallen into major disrepair – the ceilings in some rooms had fallen in, and the attic had no floor – but Celia was up for the challenge.
I have always had a soft spot for intricate, bold patterns. The more offbeat the color combination and the wackier the style, the better.
Interior trends are constantly changing and evolving, and many are ditching conventions and instead investing in items once worth skimping on, from handcrafted designer tiles to philodendrons.
Earlier this year, Helena Price set out to discover and shed light on those underrepresented individuals (people of color, women, people aged 50+, LGBT, disabled, working parents, etc.) working in the technology space.
Over the past few months, we have been wooed by the delicious images on Charles Hunter III’s Instagram feed under the name of The Salted Table.
Twenty miles south of Boston in the town of Canton, you’ll find two programers, Vinaya and her husband Arun.