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12 Accoutrements for the Coffee-Crazed

For millions of people across the globe, morning means one thing: coffee. Whether you prefer a classic cappuccino, a cold brew with cream, or a straight shot of espresso (talk about a wake-up call), these 12 expertly-designed products are guaranteed … Continue reading

Sitting in Style

It’s no secret that one of the most popular (and enigmatic) items to design is the chair. Take a look at the numerous design lessons MH+D editor Danielle Devine has written over the years: of the 45 articles published, 10 … Continue reading

15 Maine-Made Holiday Gifts Under $50

Gifting season is upon us, which means it’s time to start seeking out this winter’s must-haves. Whether you’re looking for a present for the holiday hostess, your favorite cousin, or even yourself (we don’t judge), these 15 design-forward finds from … Continue reading

Toasty Throws for Icy Days

Now that the first hard freeze has settled in, it’s officially time for cozy season. Your woodpile is probably well-stocked at this point, and your fireplace or woodstove has been primed for plenty of use during the cold months. However, … Continue reading

2022 Holiday Gift Guide

When I moved into my apartment, I inherited the family futon, which has always been a couch of convenience rather than comfort. In a perfect world, I would replace it with the Quilton Modular Sofa from HAY because it comes … Continue reading

Backyard Essentials

This time of year represents a summertime slow-down: vacations had, visitors come and gone, the kids’ backpacks sitting next to the front door ready for the first day of school. And while fall is just around the corner, here in … Continue reading

Inspired Interiors

“Home holds a different meaning to each individual, and we are the conduit in bringing a design vision to life for our clients,” says the interior designer Annie Talmage from her airy, open-concept office in an old mill building in … Continue reading

Nine Must-Try Peel-and-Stick Wallpapers

In the summer after the 1994 Northridge earthquake, my parents used a portion of their insurance money—remittance for the many long cracks in the walls and the broken wedding china—to invest in some home upgrades. The 6.7 magnitude quake, which … Continue reading