- November 22, 2004 | A Great Room
- Scenes From a Classic Fourteen
Fernando Sanchez’s home is one of the city’s last true holdouts of Belle Époque living.
- October 25, 2004 | A Great Room
- Author Andrew Solomon's Guest Room
The igloolike installation came into being six years ago.
- October 11, 2004 | Feature
- When Your Client Is Yourself
How professional tastemakers design their own homes.
- July 21, 2004 | Feature
- Country Lofts
Three barns where downtown meets the farm.
- April 12, 2004 | Feature
- Home Design: The New Garde
How young designers learn on—and from—the job.
- January 19, 2004 | Best of New York Weekly Pick
- Winter Wonderland
Though it’s hard to believe, the Winter Antiques Show hasn’t always been the chic-est bazaar in town.
- December 15, 2003 | Feature
- Twin Spaces, Different Faces
Small spaces are to New York what wide-open ones are to Wyoming: Almost everyone has called a studio home at some point and wrestled with its unique challenges: separating the bed from the kitchen; letting in more light without resorting to mirrored walls; maintaining a modicum of privacy.
- November 10, 2003 | Feature
- Full Nest
For Joseph Holtzman, the witty and urbane editor of Nest, country living means fake hippo heads, pot-leaf upholstery, plenty of guests, and a totally new take on the “drawing room.”
- October 13, 2003 | Feature
- House Tour 2003
Eight prominent New Yorkers walk us through their homes, from a radically renovated brownstone to an art-filled aerie.
- September 22, 2003 | Feature
- Roses Are Redd
And blues are, too. Designer Miles Redd applies his genius for color—on walls, on floors, and in the objets that he finds—to transform two young Manhattanites’ apartments.