Alvar Aalto is celebrated as the inventor of bent plywood furniture; even if his name doesn’t ring a bell, you'll recognise his influence on design.
Learn more about Neoclassicism, a style of decorative art inspired by the art and design tropes of classical Greece and ancient Rome popular between 1760 - 1790.
After a year that was tumultuous to say the least, who wouldn’t want to come home to a Zen-like retreat? Explore these Zen design ideas to create a sense of calm at home.
Read on for the fascinating backstory and find out why the Bouilloutte lamp is still celebrated today by antique collectors and history enthusiasts alike.
Learn more about the fascinating world of textile art, from historical examples and cultural traditions to the modern market for textiles at auction.
If you're looking to elevate a space with an air of sophistication, a well placed antique mirror makes the perfect addition to nearly any interior.
Look at a selection of vintage and antique lamps from a variety of eras and explore how lighting can be a piece of art in its own right.
From the Neverfull to the Speedy, see the most popular Louis Vuitton handbags in the market, know what they sell for, and how to identify a counterfeit.
Furoshiki is the Japanese practice of using cloth to transport items, wrap gifts, and carry essentials. Learn the art of this centuries-old craft.
Celebrated for her skill in bridging function with art, designer Charlotte Perriand’s furniture continues to command high prices and acclaim.