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4 Minimalist Design Tips for Renters
When you rent a place — especially for the first time — you might not feel like you can make...
How to Work With White Space in Design
One of the most important rules of design is that a design is only finished when you can’t take anything...
10 Reassuring Ways to Prepare Your Home for a New Baby
It’s official: You’re having a baby! You’ve bought the baby books, found your birthing coach, and are already putting together...
13 Terrific Things We Can Learn About Storage From “The Office”
The Office is one of those shows that will stand the test of time. It’s hilarious, hardly (if at all)...
Four Tiny BBQ’s That Are Perfect For Labor Day Grilling
Here In New York City, our friends are always complaining that there’s just nowhere to store a grill. To solve this problem once and for all, we’ve rounded up some awesome, compact barbecues that will fit in even the smallest of homes. Here are our favorites:
NYC-Based Artist Designs Technology For Windowless Future
Artist Bernardo Schorr envisions a bleak future of urban density so intense that most city-dwellers will be forced to live in 100 square-foot, windowless apartments. To address the challenges these small, windowless spaces will present, Schorr designed a futuristic solution: The Mixed Reality Living Space
Tiny Apartment News And Design Roundup
This tiny, foldable micro-apartment on the Upper West Side is on the market for half a million dollars! You think...
Featured User: Haley Stark
How is a 22 year old this good at design? Haley started working full-time as a Senior Designer at NYLON before she even finished undergrad at NYU, and is one of the youngest designers in the magazine’s history. Of course, for someone with as much talent and creative ambition as Haley, her work at NYLON is just the tip of the iceberg; in her spare time, she’s done everything from designing Mira Gonzalez’s poetry collection i will never be beautiful enough to make us beautiful together to collaborating with the studio Actual Idea on Jared Leto’s photobook series Notes from the Outernet.