An Eclectic Artist’s Home In Melbourne Brings In Light and Color

An Eclectic Artist’s Home In Melbourne Brings In Light and Color

I love going back into the Design*Sponge archives, looking for inspiration and revisiting homes that I can’t get out of my head. One home that has always stood out to me from past More »

Curated Maximalism in a Designer’s Southwestern Home

Curated Maximalism in a Designer’s Southwestern Home

With the days getting shorter and winter slowly approaching, I find myself longing for creative energy boosts to get me through this dull and rainy period. Luckily, the autumn blues can be More »

A Gut Rehab with Unforgettable Walls in Los Angeles

A Gut Rehab with Unforgettable Walls in Los Angeles

There you are, sitting pretty, when opportunity knocks, and *wham* you’ve got to ask yourself: Am I a risk taker, or is the status quo for me? Pattern designer/artist Samantha Santana and her More »

Our Trip to Caravana Americana + Best of the Web

Our Trip to Caravana Americana + Best of the Web

My 30th birthday was last weekend, and I celebrated in a major way: By visiting Mexico City for Caravana Americana. The design fair, which is put on by LAGO DF, highlights some of the More »

In Olympia, WA, A Cottage Bursting At The Seams With Love

In Olympia, WA, A Cottage Bursting At The Seams With Love

Maggie and David Cogswell have lived in their charming Olympia, WA cottage for three years. In that time they’ve welcomed a baby girl, Nora, and their beloved dog Penny, and Maggie feels More »

 

Can a Mobile App Save Your Construction Company Time and Money? (INFOGRAPHIC)

Like any other business, the foundation of a successful construction business depends on effective communication and documentation. And this is where many construction companies — especially the small businesses — tend to struggle. The Rise of Mobile Construction Apps That’s

Wearable gadget could shield your voice from hackers

A security-token necklace, ear buds, or eyeglasses could eliminate vulnerabilities in voice authentication—the practice of logging in to a device or service with your voice alone. Talking to electronics has become a popular—even essential—way to command them. In our Internet-of-Things

6 Wacky Ways Cities Are Trying to Win Amazon’s New Headquarters

When Amazon announced in September that the Seattle-based company was inviting cities to bid for its second headquarters, there was immediate pressure for metros to apply — and to figure out how to set themselves apart from everyone else keen

What the ‘Stranger Things’ Kids Have Been Up to Since Season 1

Stranger Things made stars of its young cast pretty much overnight, with the actors in question becoming some of the most recognisable kids on the planet. And with Season 2 hitting Netflix on October 27, we thought we’d take a look at

The Face Oil I Always Have in My Makeup Bag

It’s a lifesaver for last-minute sleepovers. Everyone should have the essentials ready to go when the time comes. I’m not talking about a prepper-style go bag for natural disasters or zombie apocalypses or anything like that — I’m talking about

An Eclectic Artist’s Home In Melbourne Brings In Light and Color

I love going back into the Design*Sponge archives, looking for inspiration and revisiting homes that I can’t get out of my head. One home that has always stood out to me from past tours is from Australia-based artist, Paula Mills of Sweet