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.
During the autumn season why not add a little shimmer and surprise to your jewelry collection? From Pomellato Tabou's dome ring in blue topaz to David Yurman's cinnamon cable-wrap necklace, you will be sure to glitter all season.
"I drew before I spoke," says German artist Sabina Streeter, who has studios in both Sag Harbor, where she now lives, and Munich. Streeter carries her artist's tools whenever she travels in case inspiration strikes...
Over the years, my love affair with all things French has brought me to some of the most seductive wine regions in France. From Bordeaux and Côtes du Rhône to the northern corner where Champagne is produced...
Back in the day, in the Roaring Twenties, when skyscrapers were as scarce as the architects who designed them, there were a handful of firms, which were slowly transforming the skylines of major cities like Manhattan.
Designer and CTC&G contributing editor Susan Bednar Long was hired by Oceania Cruises to design
three 2,000-square-foot owner's suites on their new ship the Riviera. The results: a perfect blend of modern and traditional.
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.
From festive and fun placemats by designer Lisa Perry to designer Madeline Weinrib’s Floris Scarlett Tibetan rug we’ve hand picked the perfect products to end your warm weather decorating on a high note.
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.
Last September Editorial Director D. J. Carey embarked on a trip to Thailand, an exotic country beckoned with beautiful scenery, chic cities and gorgeous beaches and she was invited to the King’s Cup Elephant Polo match…
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.
Channel your inner chef with these state-of-the-art kitchen essentials. Upgrade with the sophisticated MotionSense Moen faucet and get cooking with Thermador’s first full-surface touch screen stovetop.
Diana Jonason Interior Design
Diana’s design approach and passion for each project focuses on collaboration and personalized design to ensure each client receives their dream vision. The only way to have a fully successful project is to ensure all your resources are connected- starting with the architect and interior designer. “We both need to be playing on the same team, which ends up being a win-win for all players and the most successful outcome for my clients. My goal is to create an enjoyable experience for everyone, ensuring that each project is creative, exciting and fun- as it should be.
530 Park Avenue, 14A
Striking 4-bedroom, 4.5-bathroom home with open south views of the New York City skyline, and sun flooding through new windows from every room. The fantastic layout offers separation and double bedroom wings, each with designated baths. The chef’s kitchen features handcrafted Smallbone cabinets, Pietra Cardosa granite counters, and Italian porcelain floors. 530 Park Avenue amenities offer concierge, fitness center, children's room, sitting rooms overlooking an antique fountain and garden, media center, and library.