Art Furniture|Furniture Art.


Last year when I redid my apartment, I decided from now on, I'm only bringing shit into the house that feels special. It could be from Cb2 or something, but if it feels unique and cool, it makes the cut. If not, buh-bye. This is Manhattan, we need to be ruthless. Is there anything more special than the stuff that artists make? I'm slowly collecting a whole range of artist made little goodies, from … [Read more...]

DESIGN | Concrete Jungle.

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I was perusing photographer Douglas Friedman AKA The Facinator's portfolio, which is fabulous and totally worth a look, or two, or three, when I came across this "facinating" place. I know Concrete Jungle is a cheesy title, but LOOK, it's literally a concrete jungle! No idea where or what this is, other than it's badass, looks like a 70's porn set placed in the jungle and I want … [Read more...]

My NJ Bedroom’s Epic Gallery Wall.


I should call this post, how to redo a room without buying any furniture. Every summer for the past 8 years, I pack up out of Manhattan and go stay with my in laws at the Jersey Shore for the summer. We stay in my husband's childhood bedroom, which my MIL did over for us when we got married. She did some nice beige grasscloth, and a matching  furniture set of all wood brown furniture. Yes, I lived … [Read more...]

House of Hackney.


This is my favorite kind of post, the kind that combines - fashion, design and some seriously cool photography. House of Hackney is a british brand founded in 2010 by husband- and -wife team Javvy M Royle and Frieda Gormley. It was originally conceived as an interiors brand, but then expanded to include fashion stuffs and lifestyle accessories. I LOVE their playful take on traditional English … [Read more...]

Design | Sonoma Modern.

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This modern house in Sonoma by Jeffery Alan Marks is off the charts wonderful. Enjoy. The round table = emoji claps and scream faces.  Happy Sunday ;) … [Read more...]

Isaac Mizrahi’s Greenwich Village Pad.


Isaac Mizrahi grew up in the same part of Brooklyn that I did, the uncool parts. His digs in the village are a conglomeration of apartments that he put together over 20 years. He shares the 4,000 square foot apartment with his husband Arnold Germer, and it's sophisticated and clean lined. He works with color and pattern all day, he claims. At home, he prefers restraint.  My mother … [Read more...]