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Now that Thanksgiving is over, I’m ready to start thinking about Christmas. The last time I went all out decorating for the holidays, I was cleaning up pine needles in my apartment for months. So I’ve been thinking about how I can get the look with less mess. My current inspiration is Alessandra Branca‘s dining room that […]

At Home in the Garden

11 . 09 . 15

I’ve always admired Carolyne Roehm‘s life and style but I admire it even more after reading her recently One Kings Lane profile. While her life may seem perfect, she’s endured a very public divorce and had her beloved house Weatherstone burn to the ground after an electrical fire. Both have risen like a Phoenix out […]

House Envy

11 . 02 . 15

I never tire of seeing the house that Sara Ruffin Costello and her family moved to in New Orleans from New York. Part of the reason is that every Manhattanite dreams of leaving the cramped confines of the city for more space and the other is her great design sense. The house looks more collected […]

Most of you know that One Kings Lane sells chicly curated furniture and accessories online but I’m sure not as many know that you can now shop the One Kings Lane Studio in person in New York.  The Studio is a new showroom located at their Hudson Street headquarters set up like a large apartment which […]

Very excited to announce that you can see the full tour of my apartment on One Kings Lane today. The best part is that you can shop for lots of wonderful art, accessories, furniture, and more that have my Francophile Style. Bon week-end ! HC Linen Settee Vintage French Coffee Table Gold Wall Mirror Blue […]

Chic & Colorful

08 . 24 . 15

I’m not a huge fan of color in my own life but that doesn’t mean I can’t appreciate it, especially when it’s done exceptionally well.  I actually wouldn’t expect anything less from interior designer Alex Papachristidis whose elegant pre-war New York apartment was just featured on One Kings Lane. Alex is also a master at […]

Photo Shoot Finished

08 . 05 . 15

Some of you might have read that I was preparing for a photo shoot in my apartment this week.  I wasn’t sure if I was allowed to tell you who it was with but I can announce that the wonderful team from One Kings Lane shot my apartment today. The beautiful flowers above were brought […]

An Artist’s Abode

07 . 05 . 15

As I mentioned before, I love when homes I’ve visited are featured online since it gives me the chance to see all the other rooms in the house.  Such is the case with California abode of artist and designer Lulu deKwiatkowski featured on One Kings Lane. I photographed Lulu and her studio space for my book […]

It was five years ago that I first saw the New Jersey house of Dransfield & Ross founders John Dransfield and Geoffrey Ross and it looks just as good today. I love that One Kings Lane is able to give a more in depth look into interiors during their house tours than most magazines. And as I’ve mentioned before, […]

California Dreaming

06 . 14 . 15

I don’t think there is one New Yorker who didn’t dream of moving to California this past winter. One Manhattanite who made the escape to Los Angeles years ago is designer and writer David Netto.  I’ve posted photos of his Richard Neutra mid-century modern home many times but I love the new peek that was shown […]

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 […]

Haven’s Home

04 . 12 . 15

I’ve seen photos of Alison Cayne’s West Village townhouse in magazines and online but for some reason the recent photos on One King’s Lane blew me away. Alison is the founder of the downtown cooking school Haven’s Kitchen so it’s not surprising that her home kitchen is impressive.  I was already toying with the ideas of remodeling […]