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I had France on the brain after yesterday’s chateau post and so did One Kings Lane.  They posted an entire feature on the Secrets of French Decorating and I’m picking out my favorite pieces for to add a Parisian chic touch to your home. Aiden Peekaboo Gray Velvet Sofa Oval Brass Coffee Table Faux Rose Arrangment in […]

I’ve seen the home of Washington, DC based interior design Darryl Carter before but I’m loving the new in depth look on One Kings Lane today. While the decor is mostly neutral, it is definitely not boring due to the mix of antiques and interesting objects. Just check out the headless horse in the entry. […]

Mid Century Mania

01 . 05 . 16

As I mentioned yesterday, two of my friends have bought mid-century homes recently.  One is in California and the other is in Connecticut. Both have already reached out for advice so I thought I would put a post together for them. My jumping off point for inspiration is David Netto‘s Neutra house in Los Angeles. […]

Rustic Chic

12 . 27 . 15

Sorry for the radio silence. I’ve took a few days off to enjoy the holidays. While I usually leave up my decorations until New Year’s Day, I felt like putting them away the day after Christmas.  Perhaps the warmer weather is to blame or just the urge to declutter before it’s time to get back […]

Camel Coat Collection

10 . 15 . 15

The temperature has dropped and the heat has come on in my apartment building so that means it’s time to open up the coat closet. Camel coats are perfect for this time of year because they look lighter than most dark colored coats and they coordinate with almost every color. Camel looks great with white, […]

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 […]

Green is Good

07 . 23 . 15

As I mentioned, I’m getting ready for an exciting photo shoot of my apartment. I’ve been trying to make some changes so it won’t be boring for you.  I’ve also been looking back at some of my favorite interiors for inspiration. I’ve posted Cameron Kimber‘s old home in Sydney before but it still looks so […]

Perfect in Paris

03 . 02 . 15

I’m headed to Paris on Wednesday for fashion week and I’m praying the snow that’s due Tuesday doesn’t delay my flight.  I can’t wait to get out of this arctic tundra.  The 50 degree temperatures will feel like summer compared to the 20’s we’ve had in New York for the last two months. I’m not […]

I came across these images of the winter collection at Hermès, Vestiaire d’Hiver 2014, on Pinterest and they make me wish I could crawl into them and inhabit this chic world.  There is also a video. The mood is a little somber but it fits the rainy grey day we’re having in New York. They also […]

Petite Chic

09 . 24 . 14

Every time I think that T magazine can’t possibly out do themselves, they manage to surprise me.  Featured in the Design Issue that will be included in The New York Times this Sunday, September 28th is the New York apartment of designer Stephen Sills.  While it is well known and has been published before, it is my […]