During this past weekend, my daughters and I had the opportunity to attend a book signing for Chizi’s Tale, hosted by the author, Jack Jones. Chizi’s Tale is the story of an orphaned baby black rhino discovered in Zimbabwe by two park rangers; the rhino, only a few days old, would be unable to survive the African wilderness alone. Determined to save the baby black rhino, the two park rangers notified the park manager, who took it upon himself to take the animal home with him.
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 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…
Stephen Antonson is a true artist, creating beautiful and unique items with plaster at his Brooklyn, NY, atelier.
Amanda Nisbet is a true powerhouse in the world of interior design.
In the Spring 2014 issue of Better Homes and Gardens’ special Storage publication you can see a great mudroom project I completed for one of my clients.
One of my project managers recently introduced me to the work of New York artist Paul Hunter.
Blueberry and yellow is one color combination I really love.
The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines pretty as, “attractive to look at, usually in a simple or delicate way.”