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I always joke that you could decorate a house in the Hamptons just with one trip to Mecox Gardens including the outside as you saw with my previous post. They have a great mix of new and vintage pieces. The store in Southampton is huge and my personal favorite but they have a bunch of […]

Tory Burch just posted photos of her new freestanding boutique in Seoul, South Korea. I love how it looks more like a home than a store. When I first saw the photo above, I actually thought it was Tory’s home! I am definitely going to have to find out if where to find that fabric […]

I am loving Roberta Freymann‘s new Summer 2010 advertisement that was shot by photographer Elizabeth Lipmann at Associated Cut Flowers in New York. The cute flower filled photo above is the only final one that I can find but there are some behind the scenes photos online that hint at the others to come. Definitely […]

Secondhand Rose

03 . 11 . 10

I had powder rooms on the brain yesterday because I was ordering vintage wallpaper panels from Secondhand Rose for the powder room of my downtown project. When I went to pick them up, I couldn’t resist taking a few photos to show you the extent of their collection of vintage wallpapers. They are amazing! The […]

I’m in love….with a boutique…and you will be too when you see it! The popular Argentinian brand Etiqueta Negra quietly opened on Lafayette Street this winter without the fanfare that it clearly deserves. The clothing that can be described as classic is made from the finest fabrics and is of the highest quality which makes […]

Haus Interior

06 . 23 . 09

Elizabeth Street is my favorite Street in New York and now that Haus Interior has opened up, I have one more reason to love it! Haus Interior is owned by Nina Freudenberger, an architect and interior designer with amazing personal taste who is bringing that same chic style to her new shop. Run don’t walk […]

In these tough economic times, I think it’s even more important to support smaller boutiques like Georgia Tapert Living. Georgia grew up around design as the daughter of writer Annette Tapert and worked for interior designer including David Easton, Haynes-Roberts and MAC II under Mica Ertegun. After leaving that world, she wanted to open a […]

Why don’t you…

02 . 07 . 09

Why don’t you stop by Bergdorf’s 7th floor this weekend and check out the fabulous furniture from Craig Van Den Brulle on display through March. Or if you happen to be downtown, you can check out his store on Elizabeth Street. Bon Weekend! Karl Springer Gunmetal Table Bases with Set of 8 Milo Baughman Dining […]

At Home at Sarlo

01 . 27 . 09

I love stores that look like homes. I think it makes it so much easier to picture how something would look in a room which is especially helpful for non-designers. They also look like places you would want to hang out in all day and Gabriella Sarlo’s shop/showroom Sarlo is no different. The space was […]