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Chateau de Castille

10 . 24 . 16

I came across Chateau de Castille on the French AD site last week. Not only is the chateau beautiful and include wall frescoes by Picasso but it’s for sale by Sotheby’s International Realty. Considering how much Picasso art work sells for at auction, it seems like a bargain at $9.66 Million. If any of you buy […]

For Sale on Vestiaire

09 . 30 . 16

When I changed over my closet from summer to fall recently, I decided to sell a few pieces I no longer wear on Vestiaire. Unlike any other luxury resale site, Vestiaire authenticates every piece at their headquarters before it is sent to the buyer so you can rest assured that your purchase is the real deal. […]

Place of Peace

09 . 23 . 16

The East Hampton home where Jackie Bouvier Kennedy spent her childhood summers can now be yours. The 11-acre estate on Further Lane known as Lasata which is a Native American word for Place of Peace was designed by architect Arthur C. Jackson in 1917. It was purchased by Delphine and Reed Krakoff in 2007 and was extensively […]

My dear friend Michelle Adams is having a huge One Kings Lane sale of pieces from her former homes and new furniture collection that are perfect for summer decorating. There are also a lot of great images of her beautiful new home in Michigan too. Happy shopping!

When I was out in Sag Harbor in April, you may remember that I had the opportunity to visit Steven Gambrel‘s gorgeous project at 42 Howard Street in person.  I just found out that the house is still for sale and will be having an open house on Friday, June 17th from 2;30-4:30pm. I posted photos […]

Another Dream Kitchen

04 . 19 . 16

Sorry for the radio silence. I took a few days off to enjoy the weekend in the Hamptons and my birthday. One special treat was the opportunity to see Steven Gambrel’s project at 42 Howard Street in Sag Harbor, the Captain Overton House that I posted recently. Needless to say, it was even better in person […]

Captain Overton House

04 . 04 . 16

One of my readers emailed me this weekend to ask if I had seen the house in Sag Harbor that Steven Gambrel just put up for sale. Sag Harbor is my favorite town in the Hamptons. The former fishing village is quaint, charming, walkable, and more down to earth than rest of the Hamptons. I actually looked […]

I didn’t even know Francisco Costa’s apartment was on the market before hearing that it had possibly already sold. The space designed by Mark Cunningham is located at 220 Madison Avenue near the Morgan Library. The location makes it convenient for both Francisco to get to work in the Fashion District and his partner John DeStefano, a horse […]

Andy Warhol Slept Here

06 . 26 . 15

Montauk has typically been the quieter area of the Hamptons due to its location on the very end of Long Island. That has started to change in recent years as people were priced out of other areas. Now finding anything reasonably priced in Montauk might be about to end as Andy Warhol’s old compound is put up […]

Those of you who can’t make it to New York to shop Housing Works Design on a Dime are in luck.  Chance Co. founder Julia Leach has curated a sale full of blue and white delights for One Kings Lane. You could actually furnish an entire beach house with her picks and I’ve chosen a […]

Bid on Bacall

01 . 26 . 15

In one of my pre-blizzard trips to the grocery store, I picked up an issue of People magazine. In the back, was an article on the upcoming sale of Lauren Bacall’s treasures at Bonhams auction house on March 31, 2015. It will include artwork, jewelry, and other pieces from her apartment in the fabled Dakota apartment […]

I happened to walk down East 71st Street between Lexington and Third Avenues a few days ago and noticed a new for sale sign at 169 East 71st Street.  This Upper East Side brownstone is best known as the building where Holly Golightly lives in the 1961 film Breakfast at Tiffany’s. The townhouse was split […]