The Cracker Factory, a renovation that Amy and Brandon Phillips, the principals of Miles and May, designed for themselves in New York. Beneath a recycled-wood ceiling and centered by a Bokhara rug, the living area contains furniture of their own design.
In the living room of Gesa Hansen’s Paris apartment, a convertible Night couch and coffee table join a Black Marble rug by Suki Cheema and Slovenian Bear from Charles Fréger’s Wilder Mann series.
In the farmhouse architect Lucy Marston built for her family in Suffolk, England, she balanced off-the-shelf pieces, such as a velvet-covered sofa from sofa.com, with customized key elements, like the kitchen. The refrigerator is from Fisher & Paykel, and the tiles are from Topps Tiles.
The internationally acclaimed designer Jaime Hayon takes us on a personal tour of his 2,600-square-foot late-18th-century flat in Valencia, Spain, offering decorating tips along the way.
Finnish design legend Yrjö Kukkapuro and his wife, Irmeli, have adjoining studios in their open-plan, 2,150-square-foot home outside Helsinki. The house is filled with objects and furniture made by the pair.