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Palmer House

08 . 23 . 19

Remember when I went to Colonial Williamsburg in May? I posted most of my trip on Instagram and Stories but I couldn’t post photos of Palmer House until it was published in Veranda which just happened this week. Palmer House was decorated by Anthony Baratta who was tapped as Colonial Williamsburg’s first Designer in Residence. […]

I’m back from Boston and had a wonderful weekend. Until I have time to edit my photos, I’m leaving you with this lovely historic home in the Loire Valley that was brought back to life by Tino Zervudachi. The chateau just featured in Architectural Digest dates from the 17th and 18th-centuries and was acquired by the […]

Paris Blues

07 . 06 . 17

One of the things I learned while living in Paris is that some of the most elegant homes in Paris can be found on rue de Varenne in the 7th arrondissement. It comes as no surprise that the 18th-century apartment of Pierre Sauvage of Casa Lopez is located on this very chic street. It’s featured […]

Today I had the pleasure of visiting the newly renovated 18th-century Decorative Arts Galleries at the Louvre that just just reopened to the public. The Louvre was forced to close the galleries that were last updated in the 1960’s to bring them up to current fire and safety codes. Interior designer Jacques Garcia collaborated on […]