Five Iconic HAY Pieces You Need in your Home

Discover five of the most iconic HAY pieces you need in your home now, and keep them a lifetime.

2017-06-21 15:19:19By Angharad Jones


HAY’s Paper Porcelain: How it’s Made

Go inside the Japanese pottery where HAY's iconic Paper Porcelain cups and saucers are made, as designed by Dutch duo Scholten & Baijings.

2017-05-23 10:38:36By Angharad Jones


Inside a Light California Beach House

Designed by Amber Lewis of Amber Interiors, this house in Newport Beach, California is light, breezy and subtly complements its surroundings.

2017-05-20 17:58:07By Angharad Jones


How to Use Greenery in the Home

Spring is the perfect time of year to incorporate a bit of greenery in the home – whether it’s a small plant on the windowsill, a cluster sitting on a bookshelf, or a large one taking up the corner of a room.

2017-05-18 11:29:19By Angharad Jones


Inside HAY

Think of modern Danish design and one name springs to mind: HAY.

2017-05-02 13:17:14By Angharad Jones


The Best of Salone del Mobile 2017

From Marni's colourful playground to Paul Cocksedge's reaction to property developers, we take a look at the best of Salone del Mobile 2017.

2017-04-16 14:45:11By Angharad Jones


A History of Mid-Century Design

Between the mid-1930s and ‘60s, architecture and furniture design was to undergo a complete overhaul, moving away from the opulence that had defined the previous couple of centuries, to an aesthetic that was almost futuristic in its approach.

2017-04-16 11:07:41By Angharad Jones


Inside F House

F House is a modern home designed to be open and seamlessly bring all of the visitor’s experiences together, whilst still allowing for privacy.

2017-01-26 08:32:38By Angharad Jones


Modernism Reimagined by Menu

Menu collaborates with creative individuals to create everyday objects that are useful, long-lasting and don’t compromise when it comes to that Scandinavian aesthetic.

2017-01-18 17:28:11By Angharad Jones


How to Refresh your Home

After the lavishness of December and the holiday season, January is the perfect time to pare back on your interior with neutral shades, minimalist details and natural elements; think of it as a palette cleanser.

2017-01-17 14:01:00By Angharad Jones