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Find out what’s hot this spring from appliances to room finishes and decorative art.
Reeling off its success as 2012’s World Design Capital, Helsinki offers visitors an array of shops, museums and collections that embody some of the most prolific design innovations of the modern era.
The U.S. Postal Service delivers mail to 11 million more homes and businesses than it did 10 years ago, so why are they always crying poor?
Packed away for more than a decade, a pair of 41/2-foot tall ornate Russian vases fetched cool $2.7 million from a private buyer.
Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas creates 11 pieces of furniture for the U.S. industrial design house Knoll, shedding his "puritanical" attitude against architects designing objects.
J.C. Penney’s latest attempt to bounce back from nearly $1 billion in losses includes mini stores within 500 of their locations that include designs by Jonathan Adler, Michael Graves and more.
From a quick coat of paint to a more strategic finance for large furniture pieces, here are six tips to refresh your home for spring.
Room service, dining cabanas and international vacation planning are just a few of the amenities provided in some of New York City’s top luxury building, where rents can sore upwards of $15,000 per month.
The first lady invited students from around the country to help plant the White House garden, which will eventually yield an array of fruits and vegetables.
Get an insider’s peek at some of the nation’s most spectacular historical homes and gardens during the annual Maryland House & Garden Pilgrimage, Apr. 20 - May 18.