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Paris Pied-à-Terre

05 . 09 . 18

In another fit of spring cleaning, I decided to get rid of more magazines. I was going to throw out a stack of World of Interiors until I started to leaf through them. I came across this beautiful Paris pied-à-terre designed by Isabel López-Quesada that I don’t remember seeing before. The owners asked the interior designer […]

I had a hard time trying to decide what to name this post because it’s actually about a few different but related things. First, Delphine and Reed Krakoff have decided to part with some of their collection of art and furniture at Sotheby’s 23 May 2018 in the sale A Collection That We Dreamt Of: Art and […]

New designers at the Kips Bay Decorator Show House are often given small or awkward spaces. It feels like a test. Will they complain or knock it out of the park so they can graduate to a bigger space down the road? Sasha Bickoff was given a plain white staircase that she turned into a […]

It was at the 2015 Kips Bay Decorator Show House that I first met interior designer Philip Mitchell and his partner Mark Narsansky when I fell in love with Philip’s Stairway to Heaven. We’ve become such dear friends that we were joking earlier this week that it feels like we’ve known each other forever and […]

I have donated to Housing Works for years and I love supporting this wonderful organization. When pr powerhouse James LaForce invited me to sit at his table for the Housing Works Groundbreaker Awards Dinner last night, I immediately said yes. Before dinner, we were able to check out the Design on a Dime vignettes designed […]

One Apartment Two Ways

04 . 25 . 18

Fashion designer Misha Nonoo’s duplex apartment was in great shape when she and her former husband bought it from interior designer Nate Berkus in 2013. After her divorce, she pared things down with help from Andre Mellone while keeping many of Nate’s design elements. Her home is featured in the new May 2018 issue of […]

While Hudson Pines, the 75-acre estate of Peggy and David Rockefeller, sold for $33 million the treasures it held will be up for auction at Christie’s this May. The main house designed in 1938 by noted architect Mott B. Schmidt sits about a mile from Kykuit, John D. Rockefeller’s property that is open for public visits. […]

The Peggy and David Rockefeller Collection coming up for auction at Christie’s in May is touted as “the most anticipated art world event of the spring season” and they aren’t exaggerating. The sale filled with artwork by Claude Monet, Henri Matisse, Paul Gauguin, and Pablo Picasso among others, as well as beautiful antiques and objects […]

Faringdon House in Oxfordshire, England was the house on which Nancy Mitford based the fictional house Merlinford in her book The Pursuit of Love. In reality, it was the home of composer, painter, and novelist Lord Berners, who inherited the house in 1918 and lived in it from 1931 until his death in 1950. Faringdon played host to […]

Spring is taking it’s sweet time getting here and now it’s grey and rainy in New York. I am so ready for color and flowers and sunshine. Since that’s not happening, I figured this was a great time to revisit Kate Rheinstein Brodsky‘s family apartment filled with color and flowers put together in the most […]

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