Common Denominator

Designers show off their sophisticated takes on garden variety household wares by lifting them from their common origins. First up is a simple broom and dustpan molded of polypropylene to resemble a flat sheet of newspaper. Its creator Ole Jensen... More »

Double Take

During my past Marrakech phase (it involved plenty of votives and Moroccan lanterns), I had my eye on Philippe Starck’s famed Prince Aha stool. What kept me averting my gaze was its $110 price tag. Regardless of the fact that it was a stool on one... More »

The Pod Squad

This week, The Selby goes home with W magazine design director Edward Leida whose midtown pad looks like a hybrid of retro and sci-fi futurism. Little did we know it was possible to combine those two looks until we saw his warm wood panel walls that... More »

A Taxing Conundrum

Knowing that I might incur the wrath of animal lovers abound, I have to say my latest obsession is the look of antlers. Now we’re not talking the mammoth kind that could double as an oversized and taxidermied animal head. I recently stumbled... More »

Made of Puff Stuff

As is so often the case, interior design and fashion happens to converge in my world constantly and so explains how I happened to step into a Daffy’s for the first time last night. I first heard of the discount retailer during their fall contest... More »

Paper Trail

A DIY-inspired wreath for less than a subscription to Vogue Florist Torryne Choate had the right idea when she created her DIY recycled wreath made completely from pages ripped out of old Vogue magazines. Too bad the $75 sticker shock for this... More »

As Seen In…

Hey Upper East Siders, take your Gossip Girl obsession to new artsy heights when you purchase reproductions of Richard Phillips’ hyper-realistic portrait which currently outfit the Van Der Woodsen’s UES penthouse. Appropriately dubbed the... More »

Bouncing Off the Walls

Your garden variety wallpaper gets a whimsical upgrade to take it from one dimensional paper to a practical and punchy burst of illusion. I first came across this warped wall art when I heard of German-based Surrealien whose fleece wallpaper rolls... More »

Shelf Life

Who would’ve thunk that books would be making their way onto this text-averse girl’s holiday wish list? Especially coming from someone who prefers watching movies first and their written counterparts never. Someone who spent her college years... More »

Instant Gratification

The Polaroid comes out of its short-lived retirement to the delight of snap happy devotees.  Since Polaroid declared that it would stop producing its iconic instant film, photography buffs have not been silent in their disappointment so we décor... More »

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