Taft visited an old mill in Red Hook, Brooklyn, and stumbled across thousands of vintage silk screens. She saved the screens from an untimely demise and commissioned the factory to use them to make her 16-pattern fabric line, Living Vintage...
Van Horn and his partner Tom Gilling found 3,600 square feet of straight-up-and-down modern geometry: a multi-level, multi-windowed circa-1988 contemporary house in historic Chatham, about a two-and-a-half-hour drive north of NYC.
Raleigh, North Carolina native Lindsay Hair followed her dream by opening her own decorating firm in Manhattan in 2008. Her aesthetic is marked by comfortable elegance and strong silhouettes, always reflecting her client's personality.
With his new book coming out this month titled Forever Green, Nievera shares with us how to enjoy our gardens.
By sense of composition, textures and colors homeowners can create the ultimate sanctuary to enjoy for years to come.
by Alejandro Saraleguiphotographs by Michael Stavaridis (From Forever Green, published by Pointed Leaf Press)
When a friend of Eddie Lee and Edward Wendt was looking for a new place to summer on the island, the duo decided to create a light-filled airy home perfect for a family setting. The team used driftwood and mirrors to dress the walls.
When a family was looking for a weekend escape they turned to Mac Patterson to create their ideal home outside of the city. Modern interiors were their main request and the deck and dock combo overlooking the pond was an added feature to the property.
We've covered everything from playful wallpapers to deep hued accent pieces for the fall. Check out Yves Delorme's luxurious plum throw and designer Madeline Weinrib's Floris Scarlett Tibetan rug in whimsical florals.
With Berke and her husband's love of art, it was time to turn their apartment into a tranquil art-filled escape.
The furniture and art were the main components in the conversion.... "they are here because they make me happy," says Berke.
by Wendy Moonan photographs by Tim Street-Porter styled by Eddie Ross