Vintage Textile Floor Pillows from Kelly Behun Studio

By | January 27, 2017

Fresh off her successful pop-up shop, A Kook Milieu, and a brilliant capsule collection, Kelly Behun has launched a collection of floor pillows made from vintage Moroccan textile rugs. Their bold patterns, playful colors, and rich textures translate perfectly to pillows, where you almost forget they were ever rugs at the start. Each pillow is one-of-a-kind and they’re… Read More »

Traditional Churches Become Modern Homes

By | January 27, 2017

Sometimes church congregations move on, perhaps because the building itself is falling apart or it becomes too small. Either way, those unique structures show up vacant from time to time. For some living in a church may be a bit taboo, but for others, they welcome the challenge. Here, we’ve rounded up 10 projects where old church buildings… Read More »

10 Artist-Designed Blankets That Will Keep You Nice + Warm

By | January 27, 2017

It’s been raining like crazy here in Southern California, so we’ve been cozying up with our Society6 throw. Here are 10 of our favorite artist-designed blankets from the Society6 artist community: Ex marks the spot blanket by Ginette Piano Skyline blanket by Lawrence Villanueva Blurryface blanket by KJ Designs Spell blanket by Takeshi Wishing Stars blanket by Paula… Read More »

A São Paulo Apartment Inspired by Petroleum Blue

By | January 24, 2017

Diego Revollo renovated this 90 square meter (969 square foot) modern apartment located in a traditional São Paulo, Brazil neighborhood. Designed for the new owner, a single man with an appreciation for art and photography, the concept incorporates the colors of the ocean, the greens and blues, particularly petroleum blue. The original interior was gutted and reconfigured to be… Read More »