This chic, contemporary home may look a little museum-like and precious but it is a family home with some really beautiful and bold colours that tone down the seriousness and create a more fun and inviting vibe. I love that combo where the friends of the parents and kids alike are envious and always want to stop by and chill. Designed by Monica Fried. (Photos: Nicole Franzen)
This early 18th century Queen Anne manor house in Norfolk is just overflowing with incredible period details, pretty colours and patterns and all the comforts that must have the owners never wanting to leave. Carlos Garcia is a master at bringing traditional décor into this era. I am such a huge fan of his work. (Photos: Paul Massey)
I think I should have called this post “Leave you wanting more”. Light-filled, vast windows, fabulous furniture and I’m sure so so much more. Enjoy the little that we can see and daydream about the rest. Tribeca loft by Olivia Stutz Design.
Carefully curated and utterly covetable. When the actual retail space is in a house and everything is for sale it’s not easy to leave. This Sag Harbour pop-up by The 1818 Collective was all about connecting with the community in a deeper way than a traditional bricks and mortar store.
Photography by Nicole Franzen
I love the rustic, cottage/farmhouse look and feel of this home in the Hudson Valley. It is an amalgamation of an 18th century farmhouse, a wood Civil War–era residence and a 3 story addition. Together it almost looks like a little village and they blend together really beautifully in this very picturesque, 56 acre property. And that kitchen is massive and an absolute dream! By BarlisWedlick. (Photos: Joshua McHugh)