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The most anticipated event each spring in New York is the Kips Bay Decorator Show House. I’ve been covering the house since I started my blog in 2007 and it’s my favorite event to share with you. The list of designers participating this year have just been released and it’s an exciting group. I’m most […]

Small Space, Big Style

03 . 08 . 18

As soon as I saw this Gramercy Park apartment on Clever, I knew I wanted to share it with you. It belongs to Michael DePerno and Andrew Fry, the founders of the Plain Goods store in New Preston, Connecticut. At 800-square feet, it’s not actually that small but it does have small areas like the […]

Chateau de Luxeube

03 . 05 . 18

I’ve started reading a lot of magazines online to cut down on them piling up but one that I always pick up at the newsstand is Town & Country. I love the luxury and sophistication mixed with a little cheeky humor. The April 2018 issue is full of beautiful features but my favorite is a […]

I usually stay at the Hotel Drisco when I visit San Francisco and last year I stayed at the Four Seasons. I’m hoping to return to San Francisco this fall to celebrate the publication of the book The Curated Home by my dear friend Grant K. Gibson and might give the new Proper Hotel a […]

Refreshed Retreat

02 . 26 . 18

I always liked clients who had some antiques and family heirlooms. They gave me a good jumping off point and always added a lovely personal touch to their interiors. Catherine Casteel Olasky and Maximilian P. Sinsteden of Olasky & Sinsteden didn’t just have a few pieces to work with from one of their clients but 60 […]

We’ve Got a Runner

02 . 21 . 18

People have strong opinions about vintage rugs in kitchens. Some think it’s a dumb idea because of crumbs and spills but the rest of us think they look very chic and practicality be dammed. Amber Interiors used one in her Ojai project above. I just bought a vintage Oushak runner for my own kitchen but […]

The best place to learn about new hotels is on Instagram and that’s exactly how I learned about the Hotel des Grands Boulevards in Paris. It was developed by the Experimental Group and designed by Dorothée Meilichzon in the 2nd arrondissement in an 18th-century building “erected shortly before the French Revolution on the foundation of […]

Bastian of Beauty

02 . 14 . 18

The best Valentine’s Day gift was finding Michael Bastian’s apartment featured on One Kings Lane. It’s been a favorite since I first saw it in Domino magazine years ago. I think I’m attracted to it because it reminds me of own apartment filled with antiques and gallery walls of art found at flea markets over […]

More Montecito Magic

02 . 12 . 18

Things are starting to get back to normal in Montecito, California after the recent fires and mudslides. My friend’s family was finally allowed to return to their home and he sends me periodic updates of the construction and clean up. It’s such a beautiful place that it’s no wonder that so many people have made […]

Dreaming of Spring

01 . 29 . 18

There are 49 days until the official start of spring but we are really only a month away from warmer weather. Until then, I’m enjoying all shades of green from deep emerald to chartreuse and pale celadon like those in this Fifth Avenue apartment by Jeffrey Bilhuber. The pied-à-terre overlooking Central Park is featured in the January/February […]

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