Christopher Guy is paying homage, as he often does, to the female form.
A backyard barbecue is as American as the Fourth of July, fried chicken, and Chevrolet. It’s also as Argentinean as gauchos and the tango.
Interior designers and shelter publications always are proposing ways of bringing the outdoors in. No one, it seems, has thought to do the opposite … until now.
Doug Van Tress, co-owner of the Golden Triangle (www.goldentriangle.biz), a rare furnishings and antiques store in Chic
When Marwan Rizek, president of Cameo Kitchens and Fine Cabinetry, decided to update the front display at the company’s Toronto showroom, he resolved to fill it with the kitchen of tomor
Last year’s arrival of Bisazza Bagno, a new bath division from the Italian mosaics company Bisazza, introduced unprecedented artistry to the room that needed it most.
With Mother’s Day fast approaching, the Ultimate Rose is offering a bouquet of 6-foot-tall roses that are a true novelty. Standing taller than most adults, a dozen roses are $239.
Depictions of Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, and other landmarks that athletes and spectators might visit while they are in London for the Summer Olympics are etched on the $8,000 Prestige
The line between furniture and art has long been a blurry one.
Napa Valley’s Newton Vineyard, widely known for its unfiltered wines, has teamed up with Chicago-based, contemporary American designers Stephanie and Bruce Tharp to create a limited-edition servin
Skip the transatlantic crossing and pursue perfect sleep closer to home: Savoir Beds (www.savoirbeds.com), the Lo
Western Front | Of all the new properties considered by the editors for Robb Report’s 2012 Ultimate Home award, one exceptional residence—a 22,000-square-foot Italian-style limest
These beer glasses from Saint-Louis (www.saint-louis.com) recall the 425-year-old French manufacturer’s early-19th-century design
The Johnnie Walker Blue Label Private Bar by Porsche Design Studio (www.johnniewalker.com) brings Porsche-like
French silversmith Puiforcat and Michelin-star chef Pierre Gagnaire (of Gaya in Paris and Twist at the Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas) have designed the ultimate chef’s tool: a sleek collection of kn
Döttling’s Buonaparte contains hidden assets.
After purchasing an unremarkable mid-1990s house in a private enclave of Los Angeles in 2008, the new owners—an investor; his wife, a philanthropist; and their two children—were faced with the pro
When Pouenat Ferronnier was awarded the Enterprise of Living Heritage designation by the French government in 2009, it was the culminating honor for the iron smithery that was established in 1880.
It took the Sozzi family nearly a century to open an American outpost for their exceptionally crafted Italian furniture, Promemoria, which is finally available Stateside through a New York showroo
Esplanade, a new collection of bath furniture and fixtures from the renowned German firm Duravit, may have been named for the grand old boulevards of Paris, but the collection actually telegraphs