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One of the most anticipated events every January is the Winter Antiques Show which benefits the East Side House Settlement, a community resource in the South Bronx with programs that “focus on education and technology as gateways out of poverty and as the keys to economic opportunity.” The mix of art, antiques, objects, and jewelry never […]

KRB in NYC

01 . 19 . 17

Yesterday, I walked over to see the newly relocated KRB store. KRB stands for Kate Rheinsten Brodsky who owns the shop. Those of you in the design world might know that Kate is the daughter of legendary interior designer Suzanne Rheinstein. Suzanne is one of the nicest people I have ever met and the apple doesn’t […]

It seems perfect to follow up a post about all the new grey pieces I’ve added to my wardrobe, with a room of similar tones. Interior designer Patrick McGrath conceived of the space as a Men’s Dressing Room for the 2016 Holiday House chaired by his realtor client Jared Seligman. The soothing neutral space is […]

Some of my favorite Instagram accounts are based in England and I recently found a new account to follow @tradchap. Jack Laver Brister describes himself on his account as a “29 year old antiques dealer and gardener living in Somerset. Currently renovating a small Georgian town house in Frome.” As with many homes in the English […]

Hampshire Vicarage

09 . 26 . 16

A vicarage in England has traditionally been the residence of the vicar or parish priest. They’ve since become home to lay people and many interior designers. Since they are much smaller than a typical English manor home, they lend themselves to a more relaxed and comfortable style. While I was on the House & Garden UK […]

One of my friends worked for Robert Duffy, the founder and deputy chairman of Marc Jacobs International, for many years so I always love seeing his home featured in magazines. His latest is Ferncliff Estate, an old Astor estate near Rhinebeck in the Hudson Valley that is in the October 2016 issue of Elle Decor. He […]

Southern Charm

09 . 07 . 16

I always joke that I’m a Southerner trapped in the body of a Yankee. I absolutely love antiques, china, silver, and proper manners. If I don’t end up retiring to Paris. I will definitely end up down south and if I do, I hope my home looks like Julia Reed‘s. The writer and author moved from […]

There is nothing worse than being sick in the summer as I found out this weekend. While I continue to recover from being an incubus of viral plague, I leave you with a new interview with artist and designer William McLure of Birmingham, Alabama on One Kings Lane. It’s been so fun to see his […]

Small Space Style

07 . 27 . 16

Everyone knows that space is at a premium in New York but that doesn’t mean you have to skimp on style in a small apartment. While Cole Wilson works at One Kings Lane and had help pulling her place together from OKL Studio designer Alex Reid, it’s still a great example of how you can […]

As you know, I love visiting the flea markets in New York and Paris.  I love searching for vintage treasures and antiques but I don’t have the time to go that often. (That’s my gallery wall of art above.) Now flea market style comes to me, and you, in the form of online estate sales […]

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