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 »

 

8 Signs You Have A Manipulative Partner

“Healthy social influence occurs between most people, and is part of the give and take of constructive relationships. (However) in psychological manipulation, one person is used for the benefit of another.” ~ Preston Ni, M.S.B.A., and writer for Psychology Today

The Challenge of Measuring Influencer Marketing Results

Brands aren’t always sure how to measure results from influencer marketing campaigns. But there’s an easy way to rectify that problem — consider your brand’s goals before actually launching a campaign. Small Business Trends caught up with Geno Prussakov of

Moons work together to hold Saturn’s largest ring in place

After examining data from NASA’s Cassini mission, astronomers have concluded that the teamwork of seven moons keeps the planet’s A ring—the largest and farthest of the visible rings—corralled. For three decades, astronomers thought that only Saturn’s moon Janus confined the

Review: Google’s Pixel 2 Is the Best Android Phone for Anyone Tired of Samsung

The good: Clean interface, great camera, long battery life. The bad: Underwhelming screen, no facial recognition or iris scanning, not much that makes it stand apart from Samsung and Apple. Who should buy: Any Android fan that values clean software

Questions We Need Answered in ‘Voltron’ Season 5

If your jaw’s been dropped since watching Season 4 of Voltron: Legendary Defender, don’t worry, you’re not alone. The short yet dazzling season gave us many answers but even more questions. The show is building itself up to incredible heights, and with

How to Buy Popular, Expensive Beauty Products for Less

New shrunken sizes offer more accessibility. This story originally appeared in Racked’s daily newsletter. Want more news from Racked? Sign up for our newsletter here. You could go broke trying all the new buzzy beauty products that pop up on