For I/D’s new collaboration with Alaina Kaczmarski and Danielle Moss, co-founders of lifestyle blog The Everygirl, the goal was to remain loyal to the classic lines they love while embracing fresh new forms. … NEW AT I/D: The Caitlin Collection by The Everygirl
Most people consider their professions to be a big part of their identity. But for someone like Linc Thelen, who jumps from fine artist to furniture maker to carpenter to architect to interior designer to cabinetmaker to project manager on the daily, it’s a little hard to explain their job for a five second sound bite. … CUSTOM MADE: Linc Thelen’s Church Conversion
Eclectic. Industrial. Midcentury. Art Deco. Coastal. Contemporary. Scandinavian. These design styles, though specific in terms of aesthetic, are all considered to be modern: clean furniture and architectural lines; a neutral paint palette; minimal, thoughtful accessories; and pops of color here and there. They have all been able to stand the test of time and adapt to our present-day tastes and way of living. But what specific modern style speaks to you? … MUSINGS: What is Modern?