Contemporary sculpture, antiques, and pop art live in perfect harmony in Marsia Holzer’s apartment on Central Park West.
Hamptons Cottages & Gardens - December 2013
True to her modern Mexican sensibility, Larah Moravek’s client wanted her home to be casual and chic, not too uptight or tailored. And she loves blue. “We began with a broader color palette,” says the designer, “but in the process of refining the furniture arrangements, we began to narrow it down to a range of blues and neutrals.” Although the living and dining rooms both have off-white walls, the fabrics occupy a narrow, cool band of the spectrum; the foyer, the library, and the master bedroom are all different shades of blue, which finds its way into the boy’s room as well.
If anyone knows how to put a stamp on something, it’s Ken Wyse. As president of licensing and public relations for PVH, he has helped the Fortune 500 company expand from a $300 million to a $9 billion corporation during…
Fashion executive Ken Wyse lends a contemporary touch to his traditional-style home in East Hampton.
The hamlet of Fire Island Pines has earned a reputation as party central, and for years, decorator Rob Southern and his best friend, Bill Melnick, took short-term summer rentals in typically raucous houses. But when they began fantasizing about owning a small place to share there, the challenge was to find something a bit quieter.
On Fire Island, decorator Rob Southern adds rustic glamour to a mid-20th century gem.