7 Types of Lighting Terms That You Should Know About

Posted by Manhattan Home Design on Jan 15th 2019

We recently wrote a series of articles on the three different types of lighting, and we invite you to check them out. On those pieces we talked about a lot of stuff, primarily how to light a certain … read more

Designer of the Week: Grant Featherston

Posted by Manhattan Home Design on Jan 15th 2019

It’s been a while since we talked about a designer that wasn’t entirely American or European. The mid-century modernist movement spanned the entire world in many different ways, as we have mentioned … read more

Designer of the Week: Arne Jacobsen

Posted by Manhattan Home Design on Nov 14th 2018

Copenhagen, 1902. Danish merchant Johan Jacobsen and his wife Pouline, a bank clerk, have just given birth to a son that they named Arne. The child’s restlessness and artistic prowess both flourish … read more

Designer of the Week - Hans Wegner

Posted by Manhattan Home Design on Nov 9th 2018

Creator of the iconic, and weird, Flag Halyard chair, the Peacock chair, and a 1949 design that’s just called “The Chair”, we present to you Hans Jorgensen Wegner: Danish furniture designer, p … read more

Fall TV Season is here and you need a better couch

Posted by Manhattan Home Design on Oct 24th 2018

If you’re looking to stay indoors this Halloween, checking out all of the good stuff that’s coming to Netflix this fall, and all the Blu-Ray releases currently being released, then you might need t … read more

Designer of the Week - Ludwig Mies van der Rohe

Posted by Manhattan Home Design on Oct 22nd 2018

German-born architect Mies van der Rohe was one of the directors of the influential Bauhaus school in the years before World War II. He was born Maria Ludwig Michael Mies and later renamed himself … read more


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