Julian LaVerdiere and Erica Hohf have transformed the second story into their home, fit with an archery range, Japanese soaking tub, and terrace.
On the occasion of her memoir, our design editor recalls a few of her greatest hits.
Along with some thoughts on why Instagram is just so ghastly!
From the oxblood paint to the Gracie custom wallpaper, Mark Hampton’s presence is still alive and well.
Because flat walls are for squares.
Other than adding a kitchen and a bathroom, the artist Dorothea Rockburne hasn’t done much to the place since she moved in more than forty years ago.
The only thing that’s changed since 1971 in Lana Turner’s home is the number of hats (600), gloves (365), shoes (312), and books (too many to count).
The Players social club has a secret nook: where Edwin Booth, the actor and brother of Lincoln’s assassin, lived until his death.
Photographer Duane Michals’s floor-through is filled with friends’ artwork and junk-shop finds from the past 53 years.
Nathan Orsman, the design world’s art lighting guru, opted for low-key glamour for his one-bedroom apartment.
“It was red, but my immediate reaction was with those glass windows, it’s Snow White. This is fairy-tale architecture.”
When Corre Larkin started furnishing her family’s new house in Newport Beach with lots of antiques, her inner decorator took hold.
A Norwegian family turns its back on all-white-everything.
A minimalist renovation turns an 1850s barn into a true rural retreat.
Follow along as our design editor, Wendy Goodman, reveals one of the most smartly curated and vibrant spaces that embraces color with no hesitation.
Designers Francis Nicdao and Andrew Sheinman created a rainbow-bright interior for a young family’s glass-walled duplex.
Here’s what happens when minimalism meets Danish design.
Architect and designer Jeffery Povero transformed the good bones of a gracious loft into a welcoming space for a couple with two young children.
The 17-story tower features interior aesthetics that embrace modern, pared-down living drenched in ocean views, natural light, and sea breezes.
Come for the dancing vase, stay for the Peter Gabriel anecdote.
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