In the August 2014 issue of Architectural Digest, I found so much inspiration in an editorial titled “Sky’s the Limit.”
The latest issue of Veranda features a beautifully designed shingle style house on Long Island.
I am so pleased to share with you the current issue of New England Home, which features a recent project of mine.
After a very long winter, it was a pleasant surprise to see the beautiful array of spring flowers blooming in my garden.
Celosia Orange is a great color for this time of year.
I love to have tons of magazines for summer reading and, of course, the design magazines are my favorites. For me, the magazines are about looking for things that really stand out and inspire me, and in the August 2014 issue of Architectural Digest, I found so much inspiration in an editorial titled “Sky’s the Limit.” The article features a NYC residence designed by Jean-Louis Deniot. Jean-Louis is so gifted. He has the classical architecture but throws in a curve ball with the way he mixes various elements. The design of this apartment is made by all of the incredible details. There are so many intricate pieces that make up the overall design; I’ll probably go back to this article six or seven times to digest every little detail. The superb Art Deco-inspired railing in the living room, for example, is a truly custom design that immediately caught my eye, as did the amazing art. Other pieces that stand out for me as being really well executed are the bar cabinet and the window treatment fabric in the living room. Work like this makes me want to be a better designer. What have you seen lately that’s inspired you?
Too pretty to touch!
The latest issue of Veranda features a beautifully designed shingle style house on Long Island. Designed by David Kleinberg, this home was completely revamped to reflect the client’s art collection. I love the neutral palette of this home and how it really complements the great art. Every part of the interior is done with a refinement you can see if each detail. The execution of the design is very tailored and of high caliber.
Light it up!
I am so pleased to share with you the current issue of New England Home, which features a recent project of mine on the cover and in a great editorial. I worked with Julio DiBiase of Dibico Construction and, as always, he was able to seamlessly execute my vision throughout this 1920′s era Greenwich home. Taking this home from its original condition to the gem it is today meant overhauling every room down to the studs before designing the ideal space for this young family. New England Home truly showcases the home well with this editorial, capturing the sophisticated but livable environment we created.
I saw an editorial in the most recent At Home in Fairfield County that I loved. The article featured a 1939 Colonial designed by Lisa Friedman with incredible art sourced by Mar Silver. When looking…
Don’t be afraid to use a very dark background – especially with this custom, hand-painted detail.
A newsworthy playroom.