Monthly Archives: September 2012

NYC Street Fairs

As far as I’m concerned, we’re entering into the best season in New York City. Autumn in New York ushers in a host of wonderful experiences, and one of my favorites is the bevy of street fairs that pop up. … Continue reading

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French Pochoirs

There’s been a lot of fashionistas here in NYC lately with Fashion Week unveiling great look, after great look. As an homage to the fashion forward, there’s nothing better I can think of than to look back at some of … Continue reading

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Vintage Fabric

As a designer, I use a lot of fabric, and even with my standard discounts, good fabrics come with a high price tag. As such, I’m always on the lookout for great vintage fabric, because it often has great character, … Continue reading

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Moorish Occasional Tables

Occasional or side tables come in all shapes and sizes, but not all are created equally. I really love this pair I just found at a local auction, because not only are they functional, they are also pack a real … Continue reading

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Vintage Carpeting

I’ve often heard it said that lighting is the jewelry of the home, and by the same token, rugs, carpets and drapes are the clothing. Along those lines, some prefer subtle and muted, and some prefer bold and bright. I … Continue reading

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Broadway Art

This weekend, as is often the case, I found a few treasures at my favorite NYC flea market. My best find is this fantastic framed poster from the original Broadway production of Follies. Printed and framed in 1970, this poster … Continue reading

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