Enter the unassuming building in New York’s historic Flatiron District, and you are immediately transported.
The 18th century was good to Marc-Antoine Thierry de Ville d’Avray—for a while, anyway.
It began as boxes within a box.
Operating a full-featured home theater, complete with electric drapes, ceiling fans, and enough electronic equipment to heat a sauna, could require as many as 10 remote controls.
Barbara Butler may understand more than most about the likes and dislikes of children.
Italian kitchens are joining the ranks of Italian sports cars, with sleek designs that incorporate luxurious materials and innovative details.
Only one name is always mentioned in the same breath as “best” when discussing West In-dian Colonial furniture—Michael Connors.
“I think California is the best country in the world and always will be no matter who comes into it or what is done to it,” wrote publisher and impassioned builder William Randolph Hearst in 1906.
When Scott Jones decided he wanted to watch movies in his turn-of-the-century English manor near Indianapolis, he called noted home theater architect Theo Kalomirakis.
It’s impossible to write about bespoke furniture designer David Linley without mentioning his parents, the late Princess Margaret and photographer Lord Snowdon.