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I loved the New York apartment of Michael DePerno and Andrew Fry that I featured in the post Small Space, Big Style earlier this year so it’s no surprise that I also love their Connecticut house. The owners of the store Plain Goods in New Preston, Connecticut are the poster boys for classic American minimal […]

In addition to flay lay outfits, I’ve been receiving many requests for color posts. I lost interest after other people started to copy them but since so many readers love them, I will try to bring them back on a more regular basis. As a follow up to yesterday’s neutral outfit is a neutral color […]

Bamboo Beach House

01 . 30 . 18

It’s snowing again in New York which means it’s the perfect time to think about planning a warm weather trip. It’s also a great time to post a very cool bamboo beach house in Mustique by Veere Grenney. I don’t remember seeing this retreat when it was featured in House & Garden in January 2016. […]

Creating Space Within

01 . 02 . 18

Interior designer Alyssa Kapito created this room for the 2017 Holiday House. While you may have already seen it all over the internet, I specifically saved it for this week. It looked like the perfect clean and neutral space to start off the new year. Then last night, I came across a great article Creating […]

I can’t wait to clean up all Christmas clutter currently overtaking my living room, especially after seeing this minimal chic apartment in Greenwich Village. It belongs to Alexendra O’Neill who founded the fashion line Makarian and was just featured on Vogue.com. She gut renovated the space but didn’t strip it of its charm. Moldings were […]

Every morning, I’m afraid to turn on the news or look at Twitter. I feel depressed and helpless and unsure of the world. I don’t know what to do except give you a place to escape if you feel the same. Besides the Autumn poets sing A few prosaic days A little this side of […]

I’ve always loved the French phrase la rentrée which means the reentry. It encompasses back to school and back to work as everyone returns from their August holidays and tries to get back on track. They’ve already come back but as Americans go back to school and work after this long Labor Day weekend, it’s […]

Chic Chicago Townhouse

06 . 28 . 17

The Web Exclusive Home Tours on Architectural Digest are always my favorite features. They usually highlight more relatable interiors compared to some of the aspirational homes in the magazine. Long time readers might remember seeing the Chicago home of Lauren Buxbaum Gordon a few years ago. Lauren is a design director for Nate Berkus and moved to […]

Neutral Territory

05 . 24 . 17

I came across a photo of this home on Pinterest and realized that it’s epitomizes the feeling of my Shifting into Neutral post from Monday. I don’t know anything about it except that it was designed by Brian Paquette who is an interior designer in Seattle but sometimes a picture is worth a thousand words.

Shifting into Neutral

05 . 22 . 17

I’ve never been one for bright colors, especially not when it’s insanely hot as it was in New York last week. As the temperature rises, I find myself pulling out anything white and light. I also appreciate neutral decor in the summer too. It’s as cool and refreshing as a scoop of ice cream. Vanilla […]

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