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Are you looking for art to finally fill your empty walls or some pieces to update your summer rental?  If so, Artfully Walls has you covered, or I should say they have your walls covered. Artfully Walls is a chic, contemporary and affordable way to shop for art prints from a carefully curated group of artists […]

More to Love in Madrid

03 . 04 . 13

Every search on the internet ends in a trip down the rabbit hole but it usually turns out for the best.  That’s how I found this duplex apartment in Madrid designed by one of my favorite designers Lorenzo Castillo.  From what I can gather from my limited Spanish, it might be for his brother Santiago […]

If you can’t afford a Basquiat like in my earlier post or anything at Gagosian for that matter, you might want to check out Lindsay Cowles Art. Her colorful abstract paintings are not only popular with collectors but interior designers who commission special pieces for their clients. They would look as great in a modern […]

The Art Collector

06 . 12 . 12

The Kips Bay Decorator Show House closes this Thursday so I hope you had a chance to visit.  Those of you who didn’t, missed an amazing house but I’m going to be posting a few more of my favorite rooms so you don’t feel left out.  I’m a huge fan of abstract art so of […]

Tuesday, September 13th was my favorite day of Spring 2012 New York Fashion Week.  I started the morning at the first runway show ever for Tory Burch.  It was full of fun prints and pops of color.  Next up was J.Crew’s first presentation at the tents which was also full of great shades for spring.  […]

My love of abstract art is no secret.  I love the colors and movement of the paintings like the one in Kelly Wearstler’s home above.  I think a lot of people see abstract art as just paint slapped on a canvas but a lot of thought usually goes into the work.  Abstract Expressionist artist Joan […]

I had the pleasure of attending an interior designer breakfast this morning at The International Fine Art & Antique Dealers Show.  The event was sponsored by Michael Bruno, President and Founder of 1stdibs, and Michael Boodro, Editor-in-Chief of Elle Decor, and included a wonderful group.  It was fun touring the fair with my fellow colleagues […]

Since I’ve been posting about art, I figured this would be a good time to tell you about a very exciting exhibition at The Museum of Modern Art this fall. Abstract Expressionism New York will trace the development of the artist movement from it’s beginning in the 1940’s through to the 1960’s when it reached […]

The mood board that I posted yesterday with the Rothko painting reminded me of Allison Sarofim’s amazing West Village townhouse. I just came across the article about it that I ripped out of the February 2004 issue of Vogue so it was perfect timing. I was under the impression that David Netto had designed the […]

Art in Design

03 . 03 . 09

One interior designer who I think has a great eye for art is Atlanta based Suzanne Kasler. I’ve always admired her work but have surprisingly never profiled her on the blog. Her style is definitely traditional but never stuffy and I think sometimes that might be due to the modern abstract art that either she […]

Abstract Obsession

09 . 07 . 08

I have been obsessing over abstract art recently and fell in love with the look of this piece in a room designed by Will Wick and seen in the August September 2008 issue of Western Interiors magazine. I actually bought one large abstract for above the bed in The Bachelor Pad but am still looking […]