Caffeine Free: 6 Creative Ways To Use Mugs That Don't Involve Coffee
Coffee is a very, very important thing. And if you take it as seriously as I do (i.e. have a rampant caffeine addiction), you've likely also amassed a collection of coffee mugs that has outgrown your apartment's cabinets. Now we're giving you an excuse to grow your collection! From decorative one-offs to functional tips, here are six of our favorite ways to use a mug that doesn't involve a cup of joe. Have your own idea? Tell us…
Seriously Playful: Inside New York Artist Gaby Cetrulo's Dreamy Apartment
New York-based artist, Gaby Cetrulo invited us into her new apartment to learn a little about how she strikes the right balance between serious and playful when it comes to decorating her new space. When we weren't staring in awe at the exposed brick and natural lighting, she was making us tea and playing Buffy the Vampire Slayer on a projector, so I think that means we are roommates now?? Read more from Gaby: 
Airbnb Superhosts On The 5 Decorating Tricks That Make Guests Feel At Home [Video]
Society6 editor Stephanie Meliotes is a woman of many talents. When she's not writing about art, design & home decor, she's living and breathing it as an Airbnb Superhost. She, along with her fiancee Dan and their dog Lou live in plant-filled dream house tucked in the hills of Mount Washington in Los Angeles, and rent out their lower unit on Airbnb. They approached designing their guest space with a shared design sensibility: keep it simple,…
Nama-Slay: Legging Designs Inspired By Our Favorite Yoga Poses
Whether you're a flow-pro or a novice (lying face-down on the floor counts for something right?), there's some tried and true yoga poses that will warm you up, stretch you out, and give you the energy you need to take on the day. Yogi Zoe Silverman shows us some of those go-to moves, and paired with some of our yoga-inspired leggings, she fully embodies the spirit of the positions. So whatever your favorite yoga pose, S6 guarantees to have you (literally) covered.
Six Pack: Week of October 17, 2016
This week's Six Pack features strikingly imaginative creations from Erin M. Riley (Brooklyn, New York), Citygraph (Budapest, Hungary), Liana Z. Weber (Innsbruck, Austria), Natalie Bessell (San Diego, California), - M (Berlin, Germany) and Ido Back (Haifa, Israel). As a growing community, we appreciate every single person on the ride with us. If you like the work below, click through and give a promote. If you really dig an artist's work, follow them and stay up on your 
Back To Reality: Society6 Decks Out MTV’s Real World Seattle House
This year, we teamed up with MTV's Real World to outfit their Seattle house in some of our favorite designs for Season 32 of the iconic reality show. We interviewed Jeff and Sue, this season's interior designers, to find out how they decorate for different personalities and how they used the Seattle counterculture as primary inspiration. This season, we can't guarantee that watching strangers (and enemies!) live together won't get messy, but we can guarantee that…
Epic Fails: Top S6 Artists Share Their Biggest Failures
Failure by Observer We've all been there... flying high after landing a new commission, jumping head over heels about an email from an exciting new client, or just surfing the waves of satisfaction after completing your latest masterpiece. At times like these, it feels as though life and career just couldn't be going any better. You've got everything figured out!
Find Your Inner Child In Lorien Stern’s Magical Mojave Desert Studio
Lorien Stern's day to day life is the stuff of dreams. In a remote town in the Californian Mojave Desert she paints, makes ceramics, and hangs out with her pet ducks in the martian landscape. Photographer team Ola Onda take us on a tour of her inspiring workspace, home of hilariously charming animal portraits made under the vast desert…
Easy DIY Dowel Rod Frames With Design Expert, Poppytalk
It's easy to fall into a style rut, but with the help of design blogger Jan from Poppytalk, it's even easier to break out! Here, she takes inspiration from vintage school charts to create a fresh, clean alternative to the classic wall frame. With (basically) no real skills required, we've got your next craft night covered. We love the chart-style look for framing art for so many reasons. The style is perfect for casual spaces, it's…
Pumpkin Spice Up Your Life: 5 Tips For Throwing A Cozy Fall Dinner Party
If you'e a summer-junkie like me, you may need a little coaxing to embrace the changing of the seasons. In the same way that birthday parties make getting older a bit more tolerable, a fall celebration can help warm you up to the chill of change. New York stylist Brynn Watkins is an expert at easy entertaining. Here, she gives us her top five tips on how to plan a seasonal party that everyone can enjoy. So don't turn up the heat so you can wear your…

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