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Design Trifecta with Kelly Wearstler

The prolific tastemaker reveals three new collaborations just in time for summer

City Furniture Donates 30,000 Masks to Nicklaus Children’s Hospital

The masks will be used by patients and families at the Miami hospital to help protect against COVID-19

Addison Gallery

Creating a space that promotes thought and conversation through artistic endeavor is at the heart of Addison Gallery, a leading contemporary art gallery in Delray Beach, Fla. “We believe art is an intrinsic part...
FD Conversation with Gil Walsh

FD Conversations with Gil Walsh

The West Palm Beach-based interior designer discusses the newest trends in home design, her craft, and the shifts in the industry
A sophisticated yet youthful ambiance permeates the Davie bedroom of a tween girl. Among the touches that nod to her personality are the pink palette and the floral-centric artwork above the bed. Photo courtesy of Nicole White Designs

FD Asks: Youth Factor

Dwayne Bergmann Think sleep quality. Think color. Think bunk beds! Q. What are some of your techniques when tackling a kid’s room? Our first approach is determining the child’s age, the vision for the room, the...
FD Conversation with Dunagan Diverio

FD Conversations with Dunagan Diverio Design Group

Charlotte Dunagan and Thomas Diverio of Coral Gables-based Dunagan Diverio Design Group discuss their recent dynamic design project on the world-renowned Star Island in Miami.

Summer Kitchens

Grilling and chilling make for perfect outdoor entertaining
The organic appeal of this console table by Phillips Collection all has to do with the teak roots that have been encased in iron for perpetuity

The Kahlo Effect

Frida’s brand of folklore makes its way to home design
By the Dutch art collective Rotganzen for Kelly Wearstler, these limited-edition mirrored sculptures recall 1970s boogie nights as they take their cues from 1931’s The Persistence of Memory

Beyond Dalí

A contemporary take on surrealism offers a tongue-in-cheek approach to art and home accessories

Maison & Objet Show

Dare to be curious at the semi-annual Maison&Objet show in Paris, France, where new and signature salons surprise. Hosted at the Paris-Nord Villepinte Exhibition Centre in January and again in September, these decorating salons...

Miami Art Week

Mix, mingle and feast one’s eyes on an incredible array of contemporary art during this year’s Miami Art Week from Dec. 2-8, 2019. While Art Basel Miami Beach and Design Miami/ take the lead,...
Bold Pyramid table from Ana Volonte Studio, Sculptural Pieces_FD31-1D

Sculptural Stunners

With shapes and forms fit for a museum, these pieces blur the lines between art and architecture
Movement cabinet by South + English

Avant-Garde Chic

Cubism’s broken-up configurations bring visual intrigue to home furniture and accessories

Design Miami/

The spirit of this year’s Design Miami/ is alive and thriving as select designers and international galleries gather to exhibit rare designs and limited-edition pieces while playfully challenging the established notions of collectible design....
The metal sculpture Spider by Louise Bourgeois, seen here at the Hauser & Wirth booth at Art Basel’s 2022 Basel edition, sold for $40 million. Photos courtesy of fairs

Insights Into This Year’s Art Week

The forecast for Art Basel Miami Beach, Design Miami, and Art Miami are sunny with a chance of gain
For the 2020 Kips Bay Decorator Show House Palm Beach, Savage created a serene poolside getaway featuring a pair of teak daybeds from Sutherland Furniture. The large format photograph of a female nude at The Breakers is by Nathan Coe. Photo: Douglas Friedman

Jonathan Savage: from Music City to Palm Beach

Designer opens Palm Beach outpost thanks to the Kips Bay Palm Beach Show House
The lounge chairs from the Basket collection for GUBI are constructed of steel and then covered with rattan. Photo courtesy of brands

Rattan Revival

Designer Joe Colombo’s most unlikely collection gets a reinvention
FD Conversation with Robert Burrage

FD Conversations with Robert Burrage

Robert Burrage of Boynton Beach-based RWB Construction Management discusses his work on a custom speculation home in Manalapan and more
The new Preston system uses recycled and reclaimed woods for its closet systems. Photo by Aaron Dougherty

Chic and Customizable Organization

Marie Kondo devotees, take note. The Container Store’s newest line, Preston, offers a super-smart system of organization that can be applied in different ways in multiple spaces. Made from recycled and reclaimed woods, the...
This Prairie Avenue residence by architect Rene Gonzalez is organized as a series of separate pavilions, which are made up of floating planes. Elevated by columns, the house provides a safe haven for the inhabitants during hurricanes and in case of flooding.

The Beauty of Brutalism

Don’t call it a comeback—the architectural style known for its hulking concrete forms has been here for years, and it’s not going anywhere