Melissa Coleman of The Faux Martha mixes awesome cooking tips with accessible vegetarian recipes.
Los Angeles–based recipe developer Adrianna Adarme writes (very enthusiastically!) about comfort food at A Cozy Kitchen.
If you've been to some of the world's most famous restaurants, you've seen the work of legendary restaurant designer Adam Tihany.
The hottest dining chairs are rectilinear. Here, the wooden chairs that are showing up the country's top restaurants.
Interior designer Kristan Cunningham shares her favorite places to shop and eat in L.A.'s Arts District.
Jose Garces is such an overachiever (with 17 restaurants and counting) that he turned his country retreat into a hard-working farm and the worn-out kitchen there into a design showpiece.
Event designer Jung Lee is legendary for over-the-top touches. But despite her extravagant style, her approach to designing a buffet is super-practical. Read more >
Like her jewelry, Cathy Waterman's tabletop designs are inspired by nature. The collection, which she has been working on for two years, is available at Barneys. Read more >
Cathy Waterman, a jewelry designer, creates an ideal space for giving cooking classes, displaying art and hanging with her family. Read more >
With its tree-lined streets and rows of Victorian mansions, Ditmas Park feels more like a small town than a neighborhood in the middle of Brooklyn, which made it the perfect location for the husband-and-wife team of Benjamin Heemskerk and Mauri Weakley to open their first store, Collyer’s Mansion. The couple leveraged her background in merchandising and his small-business experience to create a store offering a beautifully curated collection of antique finds, artisan goods and flea market curiosities. Here, they discuss their venture. Read more >