November 2014

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Designer Julie Nightingale Balances a Greenwich Couple's Stand-Out Art Collection with Easy Elegance and Practicality

Designer Julie Nightingale Balances a Greenwich Couple's Stand-Out Art Collection with Easy Elegance and Practicality

It’s a common conundrum that most modern-day parents can easily relate to: that moment when a couple realizes that their lives are more about getting their kids to eat their vegetables than getting a table at Per Se.
Elegant Design Complements Art and Personal Collections to Make This House a Home

Elegant Design Complements Art and Personal Collections to Make This House a Home

A decade ago when a Cooper-Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum board member went shopping for a weekend getaway, adequate display space for her impressive art collection wasn’t uppermost in her mind. She had a New York apartment for that, so small and cozy was just fine. While the 1920s Colonial Revival she settled on may not have been her dream house (“It had no moldings, no charm, and I really didn’t love it,” she says), she purchased it anyway planning to give it some character and enjoy it as a retreat.
This Sky-High Apartment is Completed by a Serious Art Collection

This Sky-High Apartment is Completed by a Serious Art Collection

While the clients’ art collection would naturally become the apartment’s chief visual feature, the outside view was as much a work of art.
2014 Pink Aid Pink Chair {etc} Program

2014 Pink Aid Pink Chair {etc} Program

Talented designers created and donated pink items including chairs, poufs, dog beds, pillows and more for the 2014 Pink Aid Fashion Show & Luncheon. The items were auctioned off with all proceeds to support women in their fight against breast cancer.
Designer Julie Nightingale Balances a Greenwich Couple's Stand-Out Art Collection with Easy Elegance and Practicality

Designer Julie Nightingale Balances a Greenwich Couple's Stand-Out Art Collection with Easy Elegance and Practicality

It’s a common conundrum that most modern-day parents can easily relate to: that moment when a couple realizes that their lives are more about getting their kids to eat their vegetables than getting a table at Per Se. For a couple in Greenwich,environment was found in a surprising place, the hair salon.
Elegant Design Complements Art and Personal Collections to Make This House a Home

Elegant Design Complements Art and Personal Collections to Make This House a Home

A decade ago when a Cooper-Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum board member went shopping for a weekend getaway, adequate display space for her impressive art collection wasn’t uppermost in her mind. She had a New York apartment for that, so small and cozy was just fine. While the 1920s Colonial Revival she settled on may not have been her dream house (“It had no moldings, no charm, and I really didn’t love it,” she says), she purchased it anyway planning to give it some character and enjoy it as a retreat.
This Sky-High Apartment is Completed by a Serious Art Collection

This Sky-High Apartment is Completed by a Serious Art Collection

While the clients’ art collection would naturally become the apartment’s chief visual feature, the outside view was as much a work of art.
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