Posts by Julie Dyer
You know Louise Roe as the TV host and fashion maven from NBC's "Fashion Star," MTV International's "Plain Jane," and from the red carpet for Access Hollywood. When Roe decided that her study needed a serious upgrade, she turned to the experts.
Remember when that all-in-one remote came out years ago and we all jumped to connect our cable box with our TV? Believe it or not, remotes haven't upgraded much since that point...until now.
You may recognize former architect turned high-design enthusiast and connoiseur, Lisa S. Roberts, from her 2011 TV series, My Design Life.
Sometimes it feels like we're living in the Jetsons age. Case and point? The new highly interactive and connected family robot, JIBO. Although currently sold out, there's a waiting list and production is expected to resume soon on this revolutionary little device.
With wearables being the absolute talk of the town lately, we're not surprised to see such gigantic futuristic leaps. From the über luxe MICA by Opening Ceremony x Intel to the Cicret, this does not appear to be a passing trend.
Chairish may be heading to West Palm Beach in Florida on Sunday, but that doesn't mean you can't shop their incredible finds from the comforts of your couch.
Another breakthrough in the cross-pollination of interior design and technology, the latest it-app, nousDECOR, offers the ability to capture the design magazine look.
Designed like a very adorable nesting doll, Sen.se's Mother is the personal assistant you never knew you needed.
Celebrities just can't get enough of interior design lately and we're loving it. Coming out of the gates in what looks to be a promising new competition, Ellen DeGeneres is putting six designers to the test where they fashion amazing furniture creations in pursuit of a $100,000 prize.
Whether you have multiple homes or just one, security is serious business and the tech world is stepping up to meet this challenge head on. While there are plenty of "smart locks" on the market these days, no one blends design with technology quite like August.