March 2013

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Design Discoveries from New York and Beyond

Design Discoveries from New York and Beyond

A collection of metallic design objects from designers and places we love, including Lalique, Blu Dot, J. Pocker & Son, Aerin Lauder, Lori Weitzner, Ginga
Royal Flush: Royal Blue Objects to Add Style to Your Home

Royal Flush: Royal Blue Objects to Add Style to Your Home

We took our cues from from royal blue, a favorite color on the spring 2013 runways—from Milly to Herve Leger. Paired with complementary shades in the same color family, it's more stylish than ever.
Deeds & Don'ts: Get the Inside Scoop on New York Real Estate

Deeds & Don'ts: Get the Inside Scoop on New York Real Estate

These New York digs and neighborhoods are hot out on the market. Penthouse D, one of New York's most desirable tower apartments at Breseford is just waiting to be snatched up once famous editor Helen Gurley Brown's estate puts it on the market. And check out the new and improved Spanish Harlem, which is currently morphing into the newly christened Upper Carnegie Hill, Gotham's latest emerging high-end neighborhood.
The Magic of Mexico: Discovering the Hidden Charms of Puerto Vallarta and the Costa Alegre

The Magic of Mexico: Discovering the Hidden Charms of Puerto Vallarta and the Costa Alegre

See the discoveries of these hidden charms found in Puerto Vallarta and the Costa Alegre. Puerto Vallarta is a bustling mid-size Mexican city with beautiful beaches, glorious mountains that spill into the Bay of Banderas, and wonderfully quirky architecture and fabulous food at every turn.
Michael Bagley Transforms a Manhattan Penthouse into a Modern Abode

Michael Bagley Transforms a Manhattan Penthouse into a Modern Abode

High atop New York's legendary police building, Michael Bagley of MB Designers creates an elegant living scheme that works for a busy 21st-century family. Still retaining its original brick walls, the space now acts as a casual family crash pad, complete with a grand piano for impromptu recitals.
Antiques Expert Christophe Pourny Brings Everything Back to Life

Antiques Expert Christophe Pourny Brings Everything Back to Life

In his Dumbo studio, Christopher Pourny sticks to old world techniques when cleaning and refinishing antique and vintage furniture. Pourny's work ranges from antique restoration to period finishes and custom reproductions.“Here I am, French, from the other side of the ocean,” recalls Pourny. “I realized I must have done something right to be given this job!” The son of antiques dealers, Pourny was exposed to the world of rarefied furniture early on, while he was growing up in the South of France. “As a kid, I was mesmerized by high-gloss finishes—they would drive me crazy. I always wondered how it was done.”
Blue Bijoux: Go for Understated Jewelry with These Jewels in Heavenly Hues

Blue Bijoux: Go for Understated Jewelry with These Jewels in Heavenly Hues

Exquisite blue bijoux that add just the right amount of pop, such as Bulgari's High Jewelry octagonal cut blue sapphire ring or a pair of divine sapphire and gold drop earrings from Stephen Russell.
Lost and Found: Treasures of the Past

Lost and Found: Treasures of the Past

From ancient Greek lekanis to a roaring bronzed-lion motif door handle, these sumptuous antiquities we've discovered have never looked fresher.
Decorator Darren Henault Enjoys the Beauty of His Milbrook Home Both Inside and Out

Decorator Darren Henault Enjoys the Beauty of His Milbrook Home Both Inside and Out

Henault and his partner Michael Bassett have created a warm, welcoming home for their two daughters and frequent weekend guests. Set in Millbrook, NY their home is surrounded by endless woods and is filled with charming equestrian themed decor throughout. 
Pappas + Miron: A Dynamic Duo Making a Reputation for One-of-a-kind Design

Pappas + Miron: A Dynamic Duo Making a Reputation for One-of-a-kind Design

Alexandra Pappas and Tatyana Miron of Pappas + Miron have been best friends since childhood. "We had the good fortune of being exposed to design early on," says Miron, who remembers the girls always tagging along with their mothers on flea market sprees throughout their native Connecticut.
Distilleries are Bubbling Up In and Around New York City

Distilleries are Bubbling Up In and Around New York City

Since Governor Andrew Cuomo's two year reign in office, the number of micro-distilleries in New York has increased more than 200 percent, with 12 of New York's 28 brand-new distilleries based in Brooklyn alone. They join the nearly 400 distilleries nationwide. Check out what they're brewing.
Party Animal: Event Planner David Stark Proves How to Have a Really Good Time

Party Animal: Event Planner David Stark Proves How to Have a Really Good Time

In his new book event planner David Stark proves how to have a really good time.
Manhattan's Battery Gardens is Restored and Rejuvenated

Manhattan's Battery Gardens is Restored and Rejuvenated

In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, Warrie Price, Founder and President of the Battery Conservancy helps bring the gardens back on track. This year, visitors can look forward to a new and improved park as well as the opening of Battery Green, a three-acre town green with a quarter-mile walking path.
Design Stops: New York

Design Stops: New York

Cutting edge objects to buy & love
Celerie Kemble of Kemble Interiors Brings a Gothic NYC Structure Back to Life

Celerie Kemble of Kemble Interiors Brings a Gothic NYC Structure Back to Life

Designer Celerie Kemble is known for her independent spirit, whimsical design sensibility, and creative panache. On a tight deadline, Kemble was able to magically transform a Manhattan apartment circa 1927 into a lush and luxurious space using all of her New York resources.
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