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Making Waves

Take the plunge and dive into summer with one of these white-hot chunky watches

Gardens For A Beautiful America

A cache of vintage painted glass slides, based on the work of early-20th-century photographer Frances Benjamin Johnston, are collected in historian Sam Watters’s new book, Gardens for a Beautiful America, 1895–1935 (Acanthus). They provide the key to historic gardens in the Hamptons

CPW Redux

Decorator Darren Brown helps a couple turn their Upper West Side apartment into a serene retreat

Tour Kitty McCoy's Southampton Home

Bridgehampton-based architect Kathrine McCoy becomes her own client—with predictably stellar results

Marie-Christine Kresse

Creating soothing, neutral environments with unexpected verve

Europa, Europa

Two great fairs on the Continent show off the very best in decor and antiques

Bohemian Rhapsody

Eclectic furnishings, striking art, and polished design converge in a historic West Village row house

Master Glass

From his Amagansett studio, Andy Stenerson creates works of fragile beauty

Inside an Art Filled Southampton Home

Paris-based decorator Tino Zervudachi gets his groove on for a client’s art-filled house in Southampton.

Paper Boys

In Cobble Hill, Brooklyn, Flavor Paper is revolutionizing the art of screen-printing

Bright Ideas

These local discoveries have caught our expert’s eye

Decorator Christina Murphy's Lenox Hill Apartment

In her prewar apartment in Lenox Hill, decorator Christina Murphy integrates contemporary art with a soft, pretty palette for a thoroughly modern appeal


Edmund Hollander’s new book chronicles the quiet beauty of gardens

Tour East Hamptons Legendary Grey Gardens Residence

Sally Quinn and Ben Bradlee restore East Hampton's legendary Beale residence to its original grandeur.

Italian Renaissance Antiques

These Renaissance treasures have caught our expert’s eye

Glen Cove Classic

Near the Long Island town where he grew up, third-generation decorator Jeff Lincoln takes on a project that feels right at home

A Look at New York's Gardening History

A cache of vintage glass slides provides the key to New York's gardening history

Shop Talk

Design discoveries from New York and beyond

Brightening Up an Upper East Side Townhouse

Lofty and filled with light, this 1901 townhouse on the Upper East Side looks anything but old-fashioned

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Designer Spotlight

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.

Diana Jonason
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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.

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