Anelle Gandelman and Ariella Duker of A-List Interiors craft tailored spaces with modern flair.
New York Cottages & Gardens - October 2015
Paige Dickey's New Book, Oustanding American Gardens: A Celebration, Highlights New York's Best Gardens
Paige Dickey, board member of the Garden Conservancy, is the editor of the new book, Outstanding American Gardens: A Celebration. She speaks to NYC&G about the Conservancy's goals and growth, as well as the New York gardens she highlights in her new book.
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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.
After putting so many people in the big house, Jeanine Pirro, who is now the host of the Fox News legal-analysis show Justice with Judge Jeanine, is getting out of her own big house—a European-style manor in Rye’s prestigious Flagler Matthews estate area, listed for $4.995 million with Michele Flood of Coldwell Banker Real Estate.
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.
The votes have been tallied.
Scores of celebs are unloading property in New York these days—with varying degrees of success. After two years on the market, Ricky Martin’s three-bedroom condo at developer Ian Schrager’s star magnet, 40 Bond Street, has finally sold, for $7.55 million.
The winning project in the Architecture category of the 2015 NYC&G Innovation in Design Awards came from Carol Kurth Architecture. Opacic Architects was the runner-up and Foz Design, Mitchell Studio, and Wellbuilt Company were named as finalists.
The winning project in the Bath Design category of the 2015 NYC&G Innovation in Design Awards came from Drew McGukin Interiors. BergDesign Architecture was the runner-up and DHD, Gail Green Interiors, and Carol Kurth Architecture were named as finalists.
Janice Parker Landscape Architects the winner of the 2015 NYC&G Innovation in Design Awards in the Garden Design category and Glen Gate Company was the runner-up. Finalists were Conte & Conte, Barry Goralnick, and Sean Jancski Landscape Architects.
Glenn Gissler Design was the winner of the Kitchen Design category at the 2015 NYC&G Innovation in Design Awards. DHD was the runner-up and Alisberg Parker Architects, Bergdesign Architecture, and Foz Design were all finalists.
A collection of pieces from Anthropologie, Calypso St. Barth, Pendleton, and more give you great options for displaying the colorful patterns of indigenous cultures in your home.
Glenn Gissler Design won the Interior Design category at the 2015 NYC&G Innovation in Design Awards. The runner-up was Marcia Tucker Interiors, while Dale Cohen Design Studio, Haver & Skolnick Architects, and Lori Margolis Interiors were all finalists.