Not just reserved for your grandmother’s formal living room of dusty pink, floral patterns are an excellent way to express your admiration for blooms. Best of all, when the frigid winter air has you wishing it was June, you can gaze upon your walls adorned with floral wallpaper and remember the bounty of summer all year long.
Creating striking arrangements doesn't take a genius—or a florist. Our step-by-step guide about how to DIY flower centerpieces at home.
A slide show of the interiors of Saveur Editor-in-Chief and Top Chef Masters judge James Oseland's New York City apartment.
When I moved to New York City from Southern California nearly 20 years ago, I missed the easy access to nature I’d always enjoyed there. Over time, though, I became attuned to the ways the natural world reveals itself even in the heart of the city—in its rambling parks, its abundant farmers markets, its window boxes erupting with blooms. Still, by the middle of last year, my fourth-floor apartment in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, and my daily commute on the subway had begun to feel stifling. It was time for a change.
Anna Laurent gives step-by-step instructions for how to turn found wood into a magnificent floor lamp: easy, inexpensive, and super stylish.
The New England coastal scenes that Nantucket muralist Audrey Sterk paints by hand take months to complete. But thanks to digital printing technology, she can customize her work to suit your décor and deliver to your door in two weeks.
Want the blue of that marsh bird’s wing to match your drapes? Send Sterk a swatch. Want your mural to scale the full height of a two-story stairwell? Sterk will add more sky.