Every era bears its aesthetic burden. This is ours.
When an interior-design startup collapses, no filter can hide the ugly truth.
From Beijing to Helsinki, quirkiness never looked more identical.
How the same design language — “the neutered Scandinavianism of HGTV” — took over coffee shops and Airbnbs from Brooklyn to Osaka.
In The New York Times Magazine, Rachel Cusk meditates on the ways our homes are simultaneously the places we live, and set pieces that we art-direct.