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Giveaway: Enter to Win a Spring Bedroom Refresh from Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams

With the multiple functions our bedrooms have served this year, we propose not just a spring cleaning but a full-fledged spring refresh to transform your sleeping space back to the restorative retreat it’s meant to be: a place of comfort and sanctuary. In the spirit of serenity, we’re partnering with Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams to give away a bedroom spruce-up: Just enter here by midnight EST on April 18th (open to US residents only). One entrant will win a $1000 shopping spree toward the North Carolina-based makers’ newly launched European bedding collection as well as their rugs, lighting, chests,…


The Body in Blue: Laxmi Hussain’s London Home and Studio Showcase Her Figural Art

As a girl, Laxmi Hussain loved spending afternoons drawing in her father’s corner store in St. John’s Wood, London: “I used to spread my paper and pens on top of the ice cream fridges looking out the window.” She went on to earn a degree in architecture, where her love of drawing continued—”when I was studying, we had to do most of our work by hand; it was before programs like CAD were the norm.” She’s now a mother of three, and when her oldest child, now, was still in pre-school, she rediscovered art through him: “the more he drew,…


Current Obsessions: Spring in the City

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Outdoor Project: Five Tips for Creating an Ideal At-Home Retreat, from Rejuvenation

These days, we’re spending a great deal of time at home: Not only are we working from home and relaxing there in the evenings, too, we’re also hosting small, distanced gatherings in our outdoor spaces and planning staycations. Which means that as spring turns into summer and the days get warmer, it’s the ideal time to transform your patio, deck, garden, or even your entire yard into a serene lounge space that’s perfect as a quiet weekend escape and ready-made for fresh-air visits. Think about setting up your outdoor living space much like you would when planning your interiors. Here…


A New At-Home Showroom Concept in the West Village, Featuring the Next Wave of Design

French-born, NYC-based architect Olivier Garcé emailed us recently to let us know about his “pandemic lockdown project,” an apartment-as-gallery collaboration with furniture designer Ian Felton. “Amid the uncertainty that came with the pandemic, we wanted to assemble works by a group of friends, gallerists, and fellow creatives,” according to Garcé, the former director of French architect Pierre Yovanovitch’s NY office. The location? Garcé’s own light-flooded third-floor apartment in a West Village prewar brownstone, which he shares with his partner, Clio Dimofski, director of interior design at Pierre Yovanovitch (and their new baby, Zoë). “We usually look to art fairs, gallery…


Kitchen of the Week: A Client’s Narrow Childhood Home in Park Slope Gets an Airy Addition

It turns out you can go home again—it just might need a few tweaks. Such was the case for this client who, as an adult, was moving his own family into his childhood home in Park Slope. The problem was that the existing row house was dark, and the client envisioned interiors that were open and bright. It was also exceedingly narrow: At 16 feet wide, it was crossable in a few brisk strides, not exactly spacious for a family. Enter the fittingly named Brooklyn-based firm L/AND/A Architecture (the “L” and “A” stands for “Light and Air”), who seemed preternaturally…

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