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  1. If Homepolish began as an interior design service for the budget-conscious, it has since captured the attention of affluent clients, too.
  2. Though its 75 acres accommodate myriad outdoor pursuits, from archery to fishing, Phillips Ridge is perhaps most impressive for its indoor activities. The five-bedroom home, finished in 2007, offers...
  3. Terrazza, the new beachfront café and lounge within Santa Monica’s Casa del Mar hotel, has opened its doors just in time for summer.
  4. London-based artist Antony Gormley—known for his Angel of the North sculpture in Gateshead, England—has made a unique foray into architectural design.
  5. A wave of restorations has surged through Manhattan’s historically rich buildings from the Roaring ’20s, and these newly revamped relics now house the city’s most desirable state-of-the-art...
  6. Early on In Live and Let Die , James Bond makes coffee for M with a lever-operated espresso machine that is all polished metal, black knobs, and bachelor-pad confidence. The coffee is just a feint, a...
  7. Precise stitching, flawless crystal, unmarred animal skins, and perfectly dyed silks are just some of the hallmarks of Hermès’s uncompromising designs, which helped earn them a win in this year’s...
  8. The tiny country of Montenegro has always been a premier yachting destination, owing in part to its location on the Adriatic Sea, just south of Croatia and half a day by speedboat from Italy.
  9. Known for its wall coverings inspired by such diverse influences as 20th-century architecture, bark, and skins, the Belgium-based manufacturer Arte launched four new and eclectic collections this...
  10. Back in the 1920s, the interior designer Jean-Michel Frank enlisted Hermès to swathe some of his furniture pieces in the company’s supple leathers.

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