May 2013

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Step Inside the Fabulous West Village Apartment of Designer Rodman Primack

Step Inside the Fabulous West Village Apartment of Designer Rodman Primack

“I'm attracted to rooms that are more precarious," says the designer. "I'm okay with imperfection."
Yves Piaget's Rose Gets a Namesake Day at the Peggy Rockefeller's Rose Garden Today

Yves Piaget's Rose Gets a Namesake Day at the Peggy Rockefeller's Rose Garden Today

The rain didn’t affect the profusion of the vibrantly colored roses during Piaget's planting of a special rose bush in the famous Peggy Rockefeller Rose Garden.
A Sunday Stroll at the Spring Antiques Show at The Park Avenue Armory

A Sunday Stroll at the Spring Antiques Show at The Park Avenue Armory

Blue skies, sunshine and tulips blossomed along Park Avenue in Manhattan this past weekend while the third edition of the Art and Antique Dealers League of America spring show took place at the venerable and historic Armory.
Sandra's sanctuary comes to life with help from her friend

Sandra's sanctuary comes to life with help from her friend

Decorator Todd Black completely renovates Sandra Ballentine's Murray Hill apartment into the penthouse of her dreams. With a proper kitchen and quaint terrace space, Black creates the perfect home for Ballentine to entertain and quietly work on her writing.
Decorator Jenny Wolf's inspiration comes from her clients

Decorator Jenny Wolf's inspiration comes from her clients

A former fashionista who worked as a visual merchandiser for Ralph Lauren, takes a stylish approach to the world of interior design.
Welcome to Derby day

Welcome to Derby day

On Saturday, May 4, the 139th running of the Kentucky Derby, known as the greatest two minutes in sports, took place at the Churchill Downs in Louisville, Kentucky. Here is a list of places in Manhattan that hosted the infamous event.
Decorator Michael Rosenberg completes an Ohio couple's pied-à-terre

Decorator Michael Rosenberg completes an Ohio couple's pied-à-terre

After settling on a 14th-floor, 3,400-square-foot apartment in New York City, an Ohio couple's recent transition meant a gut renovation to their new abode. The couple wanted to create a three-bedroom layout that flowed effortlessly and provided ample space for entertaining. They decided to call on decorator Michael Rosenberg.
Soft and seductive jewels that make a statement

Soft and seductive jewels that make a statement

Just in time for spring, these muted pastels in blue and green and purple and pink are dazzling and demure.
Touched by an Angel

Touched by an Angel

Since moving to the United States from Ecuador 13 years ago, designer Angel Naula has been making furniture the only way he knows how: by hand. Naula is a master at creating furniture suited to urban living, often incorporating storage compartments into everything from oversized tufted sofas to diminutive side tables.
Glass Acts

Glass Acts

From delicate wine glasses to circa-1955 Murano glass bookends, these local glass treasures have caught our expert's attention.
Design Stops New York

Design Stops New York

Cutting edge objects to buy & love
This Manhattan condo is all about modernity, light and spectacular views of the Hudson

This Manhattan condo is all about modernity, light and spectacular views of the Hudson

Decorator Marie-Christine McNally embraces a Jean Nouvel approach to modern living in New York by transforming her client's eleventh avenue condo into a modern family home for two.
Middle Ages Spread

Middle Ages Spread

After 75 years at the Cloisters Museum and Gardens in upper Manhattan, the gardens still include medieval planting schemes, using plants known in the Middle Ages, since John D. Rockefeller Jr., donated the Unicorn Tapestries to the museum in 1937. The gardens have always been an important part of the concept behind the Cloisters.
After 30 years in the same apartment, a couple makes it sparkle anew

After 30 years in the same apartment, a couple makes it sparkle anew

With their daughters grown, Karen and Aaron Diamond had toyed for years with the idea of moving. “We’d been here for almost 35 years,” Karen Diamond says of their three-bedroom apartment in a 1927 building on Riverside Drive. “But we’ve always loved the Upper West Side, and why leave something we loved? So we stayed.”
The inside scoop on New York real estate

The inside scoop on New York real estate

Living in a five-bedroom triplex penthouse in SoHo can’t be that bad, right? Yet despite its celebrity pedigree, one of the two penthouse units at 30 Crosby Street, between Grand and Broome, has had a tough run on the real estate market...
Design discoveries from New York and beyond

Design discoveries from New York and beyond

Spring décor in flowery florals and vibrant hues are making waves into your homes. Check out our finds.
For a French transplant to New York, luxury is key among Midtown's madding crowd

For a French transplant to New York, luxury is key among Midtown's madding crowd

Twenty-nine-year-old Frenchman Olivier Canovas was looking to add more flair to his bland one-bedroom in the Trump Park Avenue so he called on decorator Amir Khamneipur to transform the 800-square-foot apartment into a polychromatic showpiece in shades of ebony, gray, cream, and bronze.
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