A Brooklyn native, Raine Heidenberg gave up acting to pursue a career in interior design. Her projects are kept eco-friendly but without comprising her chic design style.
An America filled with possibility was the motivating factor behind the work of theatrical and industrial designer Norman Bel Geddes.
In his long-awaited book from Rizzoli, Mario Buatta chronicles the path from starry-eyed Staten Islander to superstar decorator.
Gabriela de la Vega turns workaday beads into beautiful baubles in her mini jewel box located in Bed-Stuy. De la Vega keeps a passel of vintage jewelry in her studio, which provides inspiration for her own bedazzled works.
Spice, wood, balsamic, black cherry, dark chocolate and animal hide is how Perticaia winemaker Alessandro Meniconi described the flavor of Sagrantino, an indigenous variety found only in Montefalco, Umbria. The Umbrian wine region has strong hopes that Sagrantino will join the short list of Italy’s internationally recognized wines, alongside Barolo, Brunello, Barbaresco and the Super Tuscans.
Henderson turned a fully renovated early 1800s farmhouse into the ideal country counterpart to the homeowners’ ultra-modern full-time Manhattan digs.
Antique plates are a unique addition to the dinner table. See what our antiques expert has discovered!
A residential castle, re-envisioned as a condominium by Lee Balter, sits above the Hudson River.
Top designer Timothy Corrigan’s homes are both beautiful and livable.
Beatrix Jones Farrand’s original garden design surrounds this 1910 Tuscan-style villa, which features 35 rooms and a stunning view.
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