Tour a Shanghai-Meets-Hollywood Studio
How a designer converted his 465-square-foot apartment into a gilded boudoir.
Inside a studio at Carmel Place — all 302 square feet of it.
A student-photography show at the Savannah College of Art and Design, art-gallery openings, and much more.
Tour the former French Vogue editor’s Hell’s Kitchen loft.
“We climbed the stone walls and saw these beautiful ruins. ... suddenly there was a sun shower, and, I’m not kidding, a rainbow appeared. I said, ‘This is a sign we should live here.’ ”
Despite the fact that the Sixth Arrondissement apartment was “completely destroyed,” interior designer Juan Montoya was taken with its 14-foot ceilings and two “wonderful doors” that open onto a terrace.
For when Juan Montoya pops in for a family visit.
Warm water, warm floor, warm light.
“I like to have some mess around. I want to feel comfortable and not like I’m living in a work of art.”
“We kept everything we loved: the ceiling that looked like fabric, the frieze, the upper tapestry panels, the two antique mirrors, the chandelier, and of course the fireplace.”
“Somewhere between a mix of refined apothecary and updated London townhouse.”
With two kids and one bathroom, Dan Wood and Amale Andraos planned to move — until the place upstairs appeared on the market.
It’s wrapped around the apartment with masses of juniper, pine, fir, and boxwood.
“I mean, I’ve had some pretty gross apartments on the Lower East Side, but this took the cake.”
Vintage photos of the Upper East Side townhouse of Angelo Donghia, who counted Ralph Lauren, Mary Tyler Moore, Barbara Walters, and Liza Minnelli among his clients.
Life under water never looked so glamorous.
A new book takes you inside the lofts, townhouses, and upstate retreats of Will Cotton, Rashid Johnson, and Marilyn Minter.
This 400-square-foot apartment now feels like a living Cornell box.
Sliding walls and hidden closets make for a very functional family home.
A look inside the genteel Eli's Essentials Wine Bar.