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August 30, 2011
First Look: An Old-Fashioned Lair With a Twist

The bite-size home-design shop Overbey and Dunn has a new installation called “Gentleman/Boudoir,” created by decorator Russell Piccione.

August 30, 2011
Space of the Week: A Designer Plays Organizational Tetris

When honored Columbia University professor Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak moved to her Upper West Side prewar apartment in 2008, she took 40 years’ worth of acquired objects with her from her old apartment. Still living out of cardboard boxes three years after the move, Spivak realized she needed some professional help.

August 24, 2011
Behind Closed Doors: Good Views, Spacious Deck, Loads of Natural Light

Founder Carolina Salguero and volunteer crew member John Weaver were kind enough to give me a tour.

August 24, 2011
Fall Preview: Coffee Table, Meet Diana Vreeland

A definitive account of the style icon’s career, plus seven other new design books to introduce to your living room.

August 16, 2011
First Look: On the Trail of Old, Good Things

Wendy Goodman and interior designer Matthew Patrick Smyth go antiquing in Millbrook.

August 16, 2011
Space of the Week: House 'and' Garden

Does she bring her work home with her? It turns out she does.

August 9, 2011
First Look: Fresh From L.A. and Already Making Waves

“If you want to create a stir, you have to come to New York,” says the designer.

August 9, 2011
Space of the Week: The Upside to Downsizing

For Robin Olser, the proximity of both Inwood Hill and Isham Parks makes it a joy to take their dog for long walks.

August 2, 2011
Behind Closed Doors: Décor As Wired As the Children

Rodger Stevens is an artist who works primarily with wire. But he has added Hudson River driftwood to his repertoire since moving with his family from Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, to Nyack three years ago.

July 27, 2011
Behind Closed Doors: The Laid-Back Lumber Yard

“We always knew we wanted more. The trees were beginning to outgrow their pots, and we knew we needed to take action.”

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