April 2014

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Designer Sherrill Canet Lends a Sophisticated Air to a Tudor-style Beauty in Syosset

Designer Sherrill Canet Lends a Sophisticated Air to a Tudor-style Beauty in Syosset

Even though there are no dogs or cats on hand in this new-construction, Tudor-style house in Syosset, petting is allowed, if not encouraged. So exquisite and invitingly textured are all the wall surfaces and furnishings that guests feel compelled to reach out and touch them.
O'Neill Rose Architects Revives a Faded Townhouse on the Upper East Side

O'Neill Rose Architects Revives a Faded Townhouse on the Upper East Side

Sometimes, creating a suitably modern home requires turning back the clock. That’s what O’Neill Rose Architects did when they renovated a landmarked Romanesque Revival townhouse for a couple with three school-aged daughters. Like many city brownstones, the formerly grand five-story structure had suffered the indignities of being chopped up by developers into floor-through apartments over the years. “There were something like 20 different renovations over the course of the building’s life. We wanted to recapture its elegance, but create a totally contemporary home.”
A Style Diva Jazzes up Her Carnegie Hill Digs with All Her Favorite Things

A Style Diva Jazzes up Her Carnegie Hill Digs with All Her Favorite Things

For fashion editor and new-media maven Cricket Burns, life is a mix of color, memories, Mick Jagger, and Chanel.
George Stacey's Women

George Stacey's Women

Though not nearly as well known as his contemporaries, such as Billy Baldwin and Sister Parish, interior designer George Stacey had a lasting impact on 20th-century decorating—in addition to an impressive client list, as Maureen Footer points out in her new biography, just out from Rizzoli
Designer Steven Gambrel Returns a Greenwich Village Row House to Its Historic Roots

Designer Steven Gambrel Returns a Greenwich Village Row House to Its Historic Roots

Although some people might argue that Greenwich Village has sold its soul to commercial interests—just take a stroll down Bleecker Street—countless artists, writers, and musicians still make their homes in its historic row houses. The four-story redbrick charmer on these pages is a rescue, lifted from years of abuse by loving owners and the talents of designer Steven Gambrel, whose office is only a few blocks away, off Sheridan Square.
Design Discoveries from New York and Beyond: Florigami

Design Discoveries from New York and Beyond: Florigami

A collection of patterned objects from MissoniHome, Dash & Albert, Chilewich, Donghia, Haus Interior and Roche Bobois
Design Discoveries from New York and Beyond: Not Your Basic Bookcase

Design Discoveries from New York and Beyond: Not Your Basic Bookcase

Protect your favorite reads with one of these five case goods.
Get to Know Samuel Amoia of Samuel Amoia Associates

Get to Know Samuel Amoia of Samuel Amoia Associates

Though just 31, Samuel Amoia is practically an industry veteran. His year-old firm, Samuel Amoia Associates, already has a bevy of projects in the works, including a penthouse at the 1 Hotel & Homes in South Beach and a loft on lower Fifth Avenue in Manhattan, among others.
GALLERY A Style Diva Jazzes up Her Carnegie Hill Digs with All Her Favorite Things

GALLERY A Style Diva Jazzes up Her Carnegie Hill Digs with All Her Favorite Things

For fashion editor and new-media maven Cricket Burns, life is a mix of color, memories, Mick Jagger, and Chanel.
Statement Jewels with Flower Power

Statement Jewels with Flower Power

After a long, cold winter, spring flowers are popping up everywhere. Add these floral embellishments to your collection: Paul Morelli, Bergdorf Goodman, Saks Fifth Avenue, Cellini Jewelers, Kentshire Galleries.
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