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I am very lucky to have two closets in my New York apartment, a hall coat closet and a wide clothes closet. My main closet is not working efficiently since I can’t really reach the shelves above the hanging rod. I’ve been thinking having California Closets build a two foot wide section of floor to […]

Martha’s Flowers

03 . 10 . 18

Martha Stewart has just published her 90th book. Yes, 90th book! Martha’s Flowers: A Practical Guide to Growing, Gathering, and Enjoying is filled with advice from the doyenne of domesticity and over “100 creative and inventive arrangements by Kevin Sharkey, her longtime friend and colleague.” To celebrate its launch, Christie’s hosted a very chic luncheon with more […]

High Meadow Farm

03 . 07 . 18

I can attest that everyone in New York is ready for spring to arrive. Unfortunately, snow is falling right now and we’re expecting an accumulation of 6-12 inches. This seems like the perfect time to post a beautiful garden I came across on Pinterest. The first photo led me to a Martha Stewart.com profile of Dominique […]

I think anyone who writes a blog has a deep admiration for Martha Stewart and the empire she has built.  I remember buying the very first issue of her magazine with my mother so when I was asked if I wanted to attend the Martha Stewart Show today, I was beyond thrilled.  My friend Jessica Gold, who […]

Cottage Chic

07 . 01 . 10

I saw photos of this cute little cottage on photographer Douglas Friedman‘s website and finally did a little investigating about it. Turns out that it belongs to Cove Landing (995 Lexington Avenue, 212-288-7597) co-owner Angus Wilkie and was featured on one of Martha Stewart‘s house tours. It was built in the early 19th-century and looks […]

Tabletop Tannenbaums

12 . 22 . 09

I always look at decorating for the holidays from the point of view of someone who doesn’t live in an home that allows for a full size Christmas tree. So I’ve been collecting inspiring images of tabletop tannenbaums that are perfect for smaller spaces. Martha Stewart (above) is full of ideas for these types of […]

Going Gray

03 . 18 . 09

I was going through some old magazines recently and came across a Martha Stewart Living magazine from September 2005 that was a special decorating issue. In it was the gray apartment of the Martha Stewart Living creative director Eric Pike. It’s very serene and calm looks very Martha. Since it was a gut renovation, space […]

Good Things

10 . 01 . 08

In my haste to get my fabulous flea market finds into a cab and out of the rain, I accidentally left my silver edged glass cake plates with Eddie’s even more fabulous flea market loot. He was kind enough to send them over today and to my surprise he included a little gift, Martha Stewart’s […]

Spring Fling

03 . 12 . 08

It’s still chilly in New York but it’s been sunny the last few days so there is a sense of excitement in the air that Spring is just around the corner. I love Autumn but there is something about Spring that makes it my favorite season. Maybe it’s because my birthday is in April or […]

Bye Bye Blueprint. According to a memo sent yesterday from Susan Lyne at Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, Blueprint is folding. First House and Garden and now Blueprint. Am I going to have to start my own shelter magazine just so we have something to read?! Jeez. Good thing the UK and Australia continue to publish […]

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