These tribal themed furnishings are perfect for redecorating this summer.
New York Cottages & Gardens - May 2019
In Chelsea, a textile designer and her architect friend expertly meld the old with the new.
For Haining, one man's trash truly is another's treasure. The woodworker makes sculptural vessels, light fixtures, and table bases out of discarded wood that he salvages from water towers, lumberyards, and New York City dumpsters.
“I was challenged to think out of the box more than ever before,” says Tutun of this project.
The Boston native can’t recall a time when he wasn’t enamored with decorating.
Gluckstein gutted the unit down to the concrete, allowing him to rethink everything from room configurations to materials and finishes.
A jewel-box duplex penthouse on Union Square West is a sparkling success story.
In Greenwich Village, decorator Alyssa Urban turns a traditional pad into a modern triumph.