New York Cottages & Gardens - October 2015

50 Years of Design at the D&D

Known nationally and internationally as the world’s most important home to over 130 showrooms, the DDB represents more than 3,000 leading manufacturers dedicated to the very best in residential and business interior furnishings, educational opportunities, and resource information.

New York Properties Designed by Richard Mishaan, Jennifer Post, and More Are On the Market

Why renovate and restyle when you can pick up a pad that has already been done to the nines—by some of New York’s most sophisticated decorators, to boot? Designer Richard Mishaan spared no expense (or none of his clients’ expense, that is) when he decorated a 6,300-square-foot apartment at 101 Warren Street in Tribeca, paneling a 65-foot-long living room with macassar ebony millwork, sheathing the master bathroom in Bizazza mosaic tiles, and plopping in a Duravit Starck oval tub.

Trending: Private Dining at Some of New York’s White-Glove Buildings

Think the Polo Lounge on a Saturday night is the toughest table in town? Think again. A handful of upscale New York buildings boast private dining rooms reserved for the exclusive use of their residents. The practice started in the days of Edith Wharton, when apartment living was new and former denizens of private mansions took comfort knowing that they could dine among themselves rather than among the great unwashed.