“Corian is often pooh-poohed because it’s used for ugly stuff, like bathroom vanities,” says architect Erich Schoenenberger, “but we knew what we wanted to achieve would be difficult with plaster.” The eye-catching sculptural wall above the bed in a 620-square-foot New York City apartment is crafted from the material.
Leave it to two design boutique owners to create the ultimate kitchen shelfie: A cherry pot trivet by Oji Masanori hangs from a white-oak kitchen rail by Studio Junction above a custom soapstone countertop in this Toronto house.
Custom shelves display a salt and pepper shaker collection in this Toronto house.
Heath tile and vibrant enamel cookware collide in this San Francisco kitchen.
Vintage pewter offests the modern, clean lines in a monochromatic London apartment.
An ample sill made of English elm was built into two front windows to create a gathering spot that is visually connected to the street. Donna Wilson’s lively Ernest pouf in coral Nos Da upholstery for SCP adds extra seating in the living room.
The site-sensitive exterior of a Shelter Island beach house belies an interior festooned with a kaleidoscopic mix of colors and an array of tactile materials. The Peter rug, Malibu sofa, and ceramics are resident Jonathan Adler’s own designs. The tables, pendant lights, and rocker are vintage.