Linda O’Keeffe is a journalist and author; she was creative director at Metropolitan Home until the magazine’s closing, in 2009. Her book Shoes (Workman Publishing), which chronicles the history of women’s footwear, is in Read More
This weekend, 70 to 100 people will trek through the plastic-wrapped lobby of The Aldyn, an Upper West Side development so new that the offering plan has yet to be approved. What’s bringing them to the banks of the Hudson? A show house, New York style: four 14th-floor waterview apartments sport décor by Read More
From oceanfront in Santa Monica to an 1888 Neo-Grec townhouse: Courtney and Matt Winslow’s Brooklyn home brings Los Angeles flavor and a touch of rock & roll to Park Slope.
They had six months to complete the “soup-to-nuts” renovation—from facade work to furniture placement—but Fitzhugh Karol and Lyndsay Caleo of the Brooklyn Home Read More
Interior designer Philip Gorrivan and family retreat to a glamorous, colorful apartment where everyone from growing children to a large standard poodle can feel at home.
In Manhattan, where space is at a premium, many families with young children abandon all hope of a glamorous Read More
Paint! Lampshades! “Dean of American Design” Elissa Cullman on therapy for apartments and why “in New York, our coats are our cars.”
It was a failed attempt at a screenplay that sent Elissa Cullman and the late Hedi Kravis into the world of interior design; the producer whom the writing partners approached turned down the Read More