Looking for Guatemalan table linens? Here’s where some of the city’s top tastemakers find everything for their home.
In 1972, the interior designer Valerian Rybar was the mastermind behind the world’s most glamorous homes.
Everything new, notable, and insanely desirable.
Hint: Newlyweds Marilyn Monroe and Arthur Miller were guests of the tenant, whose face appeared on a U.S. postage stamp in 1966.
Johanna Burke’s South Williamsburg loft with a view.
Angela McCluskey and Paul Cantelon’s Greenwich Village (by way of Glasgow) garden apartment.
Erika Schroeder and Al Verik’s Clinton Hill sanctuary.
A peek inside one West Villager’s master suite.
For this gut renovation in midtown, the butler’s sleeping loft was the first thing to go.
Jessica Warren’s hopes of having an outdoor bath were dashed when she and her husband bought their Clinton Hill townhouse.
Two tree houses. One super-awesome backyard.
”The experience of the house should be one of discovery—everything isn’t given away all at once.”
“I’d been to Brooklyn Heights maybe five times in my whole life.”
“It radically reduces stress.”
Restaurateur Andrew Tarlow and family are the newest inhabitants of a 150-year-old home in Fort Greene.
A move to a smaller apartment meant James Aguiar and Mark Haldeman had to get creative.
A second home where children and grandchildren are lovingly accommodated.
“Follow your gut. If there’s something you respond to at first, go for it or order a sample and live with it for a few days.”
“Think about the context of the room. Are you looking to make a strong visual impression or is the frame more about protection?”
“If it’s small, it’s always going to be small, but you can make it better proportioned.”
“Eliminate clutter. Don’t just put it away, get rid of it entirely.”
“I’m all for lighting that creates an overall atmosphere as opposed to task-oriented lighting.”