An established garden and brand-new house are a match made in heaven.
In Chelsea, a textile designer and her architect friend expertly meld the old with the new.
A home formality is cast aside in favor of pretty, polished, young, and fun.
Upper East Side formality is cast aside in favor of pretty, polished, young, and fun.
These luxurious spaces are made for curling up with a good book
At home in Brooklyn, decorator Rodney Lawrence has amassed a treasure trove of curiosities.
The client wanted a modern and glamorous space where she could display her collection of works by undervalued women artists.
In her Amsterdam abode, Mariska Meijers twists up tradition with a spin of the color wheel.
Winning interior design projects came from Jasmine Lam Interior Design + Architecture, B Interior LLC, and Tamara Magel Design.
Winning kitchen design projects came from Intérieurs Design Studio, Clean Design, and Studio Dearborn with ND Interiors.
Winning garden design projects came from Glenn Glisser Design with Billie Cohen, Louis Fusco Landscape Architects, and Sean Jancski Landscape Architects.
Winning bath design projects came from Mojo Stumer Associates, Grade New York, and Toledo Geller.
Winning product design projects came from Artistic Tile, Anthony Todd Home, Kallista, Plexi-Craft, The Original Lawn Furniture Co, and CoeLux through Solaia.
Winning architecture projects came from West Chin Architects, Designers & Decorators, Douglas VanderHorn Architects, and Wadia Associates.
“As a fashion designer, you can’t repeat yourself. I approach interiors the same way, as though each project is a different collection,” says Godbold.
The contemporary apartment is perched high in Tribeca's 60-story Jenga-like skyscraper, 56 Leonard.
Winning product design projects came from Shed Textile Co., Crosswater London, Martin Architects, Plexi-Craft, Kari Elizabeth, and Vivid Blueprint.
Winning small space design projects came from Stelle Lomont Rouhani Architects, the Lacuna Project, and Martin Architects.
Winning kitchen design projects came from Vanessa Rome Interiors, Martin Architects, and Hampton Design.
The Academy Award-winner who directed 'Rain Man' owned this 47-acre spread for 17 years and now it's even more luxurious than when he left it.
With Memorial Day weekend now over and done, summer is no longer a faraway prospect and Hamptons homes like this are bound to get even more attention on the market.
This impeccable Greek Revival home belonged to the A-lister for a decade.
Completed in 2019, this new construction is as smart as it is beautiful.
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