On the prowl for Japanese antiques? Porcelain bowls? A superstar upholsterer? Let the city’s biggest names in design show you the way.
Architect Paul Rudolph is closely associated with 23 Beekman Place, where he famously erected a modernist aerie atop a classic townhouse.
All things new and downright gorgeous for your home.
Hint: She was nominated for Best Actress in 1968, but lost to Katharine Hepburn, who won for Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner.
Cathy Lerebours’s Hell’s Kitchen homage to the Old World.
Bradford Shellhammer loves to shop, but he didn’t intend to buy a whole apartment. Then he found a light-filled Chelsea space that felt just right.
Roger de Cabrol’s playfully sophisticated East Village loft.
Architect Joel Sanders carves out a master suite high above Central Park.
Suchi Reddy, of Reddymade Design, used thousands of black and white marble tiles to create a dynamic and graphic bath for her client.
Design website sweeten.com pairs projects with pros—in this case, connecting the interior designer and contractor.
What’s better than a rooftop pool? One that can be heated to 104 degrees for a mid-January dip.
“I’d had a white apartment, which I found aggressive. This time, I wanted a masculine, sexy, intimate, and dark but not heavy apartment.”
“The challenge was to make the ground floor, meant only to serve as a parlor, into a home all its own.”
“It’s a careful balance between the materiality of these Southeast Asian things that she collected.”
Fashion designer Reem Acra has developed her discerning eye over a lifetime spent traveling the globe.
Delphine Krakoff transformed a chilly Upper East Side townhouse into a chic family home in record time.
Architect Ricardo Legorreta’s work is bold, sensual, and the last thing you’d expect to find in one of the Upper West Side’s most genteel buildings.
“It adds warmth and brightens a home. There’s something earthy, modern, and rustic about natural wood.”
“Don’t go for anything too trendy. Make sure it has a neutral palette and a quietness to it.”
“Study the history of the item you’re seeking, then look online for market prices so you can compare when you go out looking.”
“Trends and markets change, so you have to buy what you love.”
“Wood floors should either match exactly or completely contrast with other woods like cabinets and trims.”
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