Fashion, politics and the environment influence home décor for 2010.
So, you’ve waited until the last minute to buy gifts for the holidays. We knew you would. Here are a few ideas to take care of the folks on your list.
Local boutique owner Lisa Marie Smith finds iconic ’60s apparel for the TV drama ‘Mad Men.’
Home entertainment furnishings no longer conceal audiovisual equipment behind closed doors.
Lightweight netbooks are all the rage in the laptop market. There are enough differences in each of these micro-beauties to make choosing just one very difficult.
Don't be afraid to trick up your house with these boo-tiful decorations.
Set in the right space and equipped to do a job, the personalized home office combines functionality with freedom of expression.
Bold metallic accessories and chunky jewels carry a lot of weight in fashion.
From the runway to the roadway, electric colors rule again.
Creative juices uncork a new age of accessories for pouring and furnishings for storing.
Stylish shelters ward off the sun while helping you stay—and look—cool.
A local entrepreneur travels the world in pursuit of cutting-edge couture.
Forget buying neckties for Dad’s Day. What all patriarchs long for are sharp objects, long, straight drives, and Bond-worthy technology. Here are some gift ideas.
Pools and water features have the potential to soothe and refresh, as well as the power to create a sensory experience.
Fashionable furnishings help turn alfresco spaces into showrooms for entertaining and relaxing.
Indulge Mom with one of these beautiful gifts on her day.
Decorating with recycled and sustainable materials helps reduce waste and save energy.
You can have the most beautifully designed space around, but without the proper lighting all that gorgeous décor can’t be seen to its best advantage.