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By now, you’ve probably seen this Southampton home in the July-August 2018 issue of Architectural Digest and numerous blogs. I’ve found more photos and have a personal connection so I thought it warranted a post of my own. As soon as I saw the name of the owner, Mary Ann Tighe, I recognized it immediately. […]

It came as no surprise that CeCe Barfield Thompson worked for interior designer Bunny Williams when I saw that drinks table perfectly placed next to an armchair in her apartment feature on One Kings Lane today. “I learned so much in Bunny’s office, but I’d say what I really took away is the importance of […]

I was thinking about creating a French word of the week post while I’m in Paris.  One good word to start with might be mas which means farmhouse. Except in the case of the mas in this post, I don’t think most farmhouses are renovated for five years and have gardens designed by landscape designer […]

It was announced last week that the 2014 Kips Bay Decorator Show House would be held in the historic Villard mansion at 457 Madison Avenue and the list of participating designers were announced today. I know many of them but I’m especially proud that my friends Mercedes Dios and Alberto Villalobos who own the store […]

I usually like to wait until after Thanksgiving to start posting about Christmas but since it’s starting to look pretty festive around town, I figured what the heck.  Last week, Bunny Williams invited me to Treillage for lunch where the entire place was already decked out for the holidays.  I found out that I had […]

Bon Weekend

03 . 29 . 13

It’s Good Friday, the sun is shining, and the temperature has cracked 50 degrees so I’ve decided to take the day off. Hope you all have a wonderful Easter weekend!  Photo taken by me at Bunny William‘s office for Creativity at Work. 

Only one more week until my book Creativity at Work is released!  Woo hoo! I’ve slowly been giving out my personal copies to those featured in it and I gave interior designer Bunny Williams a copy before I left for High Point.  It means the world to me that not only did she love the […]

It’s Back Again!

08 . 28 . 12

It’s back!  The Fall/Winter 2012 issue of Domino is on newsstands now.  I am also honored to be included in it as part of Domino’s Style Council.  The group includes designers, architects, and stylists including Bunny Williams, Steven Gambrel, Jonathan Adler, Nathan Turner, and more who weigh in with advice on what makes a house […]

A Tribute to Albert

05 . 19 . 12

The Kips Bay Decorator Show House this year isn’t all green.  Bunny Williams, Brian J. McCarthy, and David Kleinberg, all former employees of Albert Hadley, collaborated on a fabulous Venetian plastered white living room punctuated with pops of red.  There are also a few mementos from Mr. Hadley including his “Don’t Forget” memo pads and […]

There are a lot of nice decorators but I think the nicest of them all has to be Bunny Williams.  She always has a smile on her face and a kind word for everyone.  I love visiting her BeeLine Home showroom in High Point since she completely redecorates it for each market.  This time, the […]

I took over 700 photos at High Point Market and wasn’t quite sure where to begin.  So I decided to start with the smallest but chicest showroom, BeeLine Home by Bunny Williams.  Unlike many furniture shows, most of the exhibitors at High Point have permanent showrooms.  That means they have real walls in which to […]

Living in New York affords the wonderful opportunity to attend so many lovely events and last night was no exception.  Bunny Williams opened up her beautiful and spacious office to a group of editors and bloggers for cocktails and a sneak peek at some of her upcoming endeavors.  Her BeeLine Home Collection II will debut […]