Author: Miranda Agee

A high-end furniture consignment boutique in Chelsea

Colombo started experimenting with fire in fall 2001. "I was sitting on the beach in front of an empty fire pit," she recalls, "and the wood was all wet. I thought, If only I could just hook up the gas from my house and flick on a bonfire..."

In Long Island City lies Patrick Townsend's cavernous workshop where the designer makes intricate light fixtures. Ironically enough, the century-old headquarters of Townsend Design was originally a light bulb factory...

A SoCal native and Parsons School of Design graduate, McPhail moved to New York 14 years ago to pursue his lifelong dream of becoming an interior designer. With recent projects in Brooklyn and downtown, McPhail mixes West Coast and East Coast vibes...

Taft visited an old mill in Red Hook, Brooklyn, and stumbled across thousands of vintage silk screens. She saved the screens from an untimely demise and commissioned the factory to use them to make her 16-pattern fabric line, Living Vintage...

Raleigh, North Carolina native Lindsay Hair followed her dream by opening her own decorating firm in Manhattan in 2008. Her aesthetic is marked by comfortable elegance and strong silhouettes, always reflecting her client's personality.

When it comes to decorating Amanda Nisbet is no stranger to a bold color palette. She prides herself on using the power of colors and textures to set a room's overall mood and feel.

When a family was looking for a weekend escape they turned to Mac Patterson to create their ideal home outside of the city. Modern interiors were their main request and the deck and dock combo overlooking the pond was an added feature to the property.