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Metalworker Kenneth Nilson Puts an Industrial Spin on Lighting

Metalworker Kenneth Nilson Puts an Industrial Spin on Lighting

It’s hard to imagine that Kenneth Nilson finds inspiration in bold Moroccan prints and de Gournay wall coverings, given the complex geometric construction and sleek metal frames of his laser-cut light fixtures. He specializes in intricate laser-cut metalwork, much of it sold at Profiles in the New York Design Center, and creates custom commissions for decorators such as Jamie Drake.

Craving Great Food and Drink Under the Stars? Take it Outside!

Craving Great Food and Drink Under the Stars? Take it Outside!

Explore the city’s seductive outdoor dining options that range from bistros to cafes. Enjoy the open air at these four alfresco eateries: Santina, Tavern on the Green, Cafe Clover and Artisanal Fromagerie Bistro.

Kykuit, a Historic American Treasure, is Less Than an Hour from Midtown Manhattan

Kykuit, a Historic American Treasure, is Less Than an Hour from Midtown Manhattan

A turn of the century grand country residence located in the Pocantico Hills, is one of total surprise: a stupendous example of American country house living. Kykuit was originally designed by Delano & Aldrich and substantially expanded in the years that followed.

An Apartment in U.N. Plaza Gets Interpreted Anew by Interior Designer Victoria Klein

An Apartment in U.N. Plaza Gets Interpreted Anew by Interior Designer Victoria Klein

Before finding her calling as an interior designer, Victoria Klein ventured down a few other creative paths. Architecture came first, followed by set design (via a brief stint in Hollywood) and later fashion design, which Klein jumped into upon resettling in her native New York.

 Rising Star: Kapito Muller Interiors

Rising Star: Kapito Muller Interiors

Designers Alyssa Kapito and Vivian Muller discuss their Manhattan-based firm Kapito Muller, completing an Upper West Side apartment for a professional chef and details about their crisp and clean, yet approachable design.

Designer Paul Davis Dreams Up a Soft, Sumptuous Palette for His Greenwich Village Apartment

Designer Paul Davis Dreams Up a Soft, Sumptuous Palette for His Greenwich Village Apartment

When Paul Davis opens the door to the inviting abode he shares with his partner, Julio Hernandez, any trace of apartment envy quickly dissolves into utter admiration. Think cool, yet romantic; think collected, yet relaxed; think a soothing study in color and flow. It’s a place you’d want to come home to every night, and also one you might not ever want to leave. With fine bones, exquisite proportions, a working fireplace, and large casement windows, Davis and Hernandez’s Greenwich Village pad could very well be the dream apartment.

Top Designers Tell Us Their Favorite Space-Saving Trick

Top Designers Tell Us Their Favorite Space-Saving Trick

Get the inside scoop on how top New York designers, including Young Huh, Michelle Smith, Bunny Williams, Darci Hether, Elaine Griffin, Drew McGukin, make the most out of less square footage.

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