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I was telling my friend last weekend about how much I love following Mandy Moore’s mid-century modern house renovation on Instagram. She told me that her friend just wrote an article about it so it seems I’m not alone. Mandy and her fiancé Taylor Goldsmith, who met via Instagram, bought the house a year ago […]

The film Nocturnal Animals is now available on demand so I recently watched it again. I fast forwarded the uncomfortable parts and focused on the chic scenes of Amy Adams’ character and her modernist home. Today I found out that the Malibu home in question actually belongs to real estate mogul Kurt Rappaport and was […]

When I was in Birmingham, Alabama last fall, interior designer Andrew Brown was kind enough to show me around. We took a lovely drive through some picturesque neighborhood of Mountain Brook where he pointed out many homes designed by James F. Carter. The exteriors were classically elegant and today on Pinterest, I realized that the […]

I absolutely love Merchant Ivory films so it’s not surprising that I would love the home that the duo shared in Hudson, New York. They bought the 1805 Federal 19-room home built for Jacob Rutsen Van Rensselaerin 1975 for about $105,000. It’s filled with furniture and mementos from Merchant Ivory films such as Jefferson in Paris and […]

When I was in London a few years ago, I had the pleasure of visiting Ben Pentreath‘s very elegant office and chic shop Pentreath & Hall. Unfortunately, Ben was traveling so we weren’t able to meet but I feel like I’ve gotten to know him by following his Instagram account. It chronicles his London life but […]

One of the most amazing old homes in Sag Harbor is the Hannibal French House on Main Street. It was built in 1834 but redesigned and enlarged in 1860 by “one of the more illustrious whaling and ship owning families” according to the Sag Harbor Historical Society. The elaborate Italianate home was also restored by more […]

Revisiting Paris

10 . 06 . 14

I wish I was revisiting Paris in person but I’m only revisiting the architecture online.  While I don’t love everything about this apartment in the 9th arrondissement by Double G, I do love the boiseries, herringbone floors, and fireplaces, especially the one in the bathroom.  But when I was living in Paris, I heard that […]

Maisons de Vacances

08 . 04 . 14

The word vacances is on everyone lips and on the sign on every shop that is closed.  It’s also the subject of the new special issue of AD France Best of issue, les 25 belles maisons de vacances. Some of them I’ve seen before but not this one in Andalusia by Laura Sartori Remini […]

Seeing as it’s Bastille Day, I thought I should post something French. (Remember, those of you who receive the email subscription are always a day behind.) One of my favorite things that I did on my recent trip to Paris was visit the Musée de Nissim de Camondo. It’s located next to the Parc Monceau in the […]

The Joe Fresh store isn’t your typical New York store on Fifth Avenue.  It’s located in a landmarked building designed by Gordon Bunshaft for Skidmore Owings and Merrill in 1954 and is considered a Modernist masterpiece.  Originally built for the Manufacturers Trust Company, it was eventually was bought by JP Morgan Chase who had removed […]

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