When Bobby Kennedy Jr. and Mary Richardson Kennedy wanted a stunning floor installed in their recently reconstructed home in Mount Kisco, New York, they called John Yarema.
The Chinaphiles at Gracie, established in 1898, have reinvented the firm for a more youthful, discriminating clientele.
During a trip to London in 1992, John Levitties wandered into a stall at one of the city’s antiques markets and came across an early-20th-century silver tea service by the late Archibald Knox.
The stunning, sparsely populated Big Sur coast attracts those seeking the most leisurely of California lifestyles—no exception the retired business executive and his wife who four years ago acquir
With the creative input from some of the world’s most of-the-moment designers, Moroso continues to introduce fascinatingly innovative, truly global
At May’s Salone Internazionale del Mobile in Milan, Mobilidea, the younger offshoot of the 105-year-old furniture company Medea, unveiled a line of beautifully crafted New York–themed furnishings,
A series of new pieces from Santa Fe–based Stone Forest blurs the line between art and function.
Aquarium designer Martin Schapira’s love affair with marine life began in the third grade. "My father came home with a 10-gallon fish tank one day, and I was immediately captivated," he recalls.
During the Nazi occupation of his native Denmark, Henning Koppel (1918–1981) fled to Sweden with his wife and daughter, whom he supported as an artist for hire.
Thanks to the Bahadorzadehs, a family of Iranian commodities traders specializing in steel, the exquisite table settings of Prouna are now available in the U.S.
When Colt and Jackie Melby went looking for a seaside home, they decided to investigate Newport Beach, Calif.
Dallas-based Manheim-Ruseau has reached into its library of more than 2,500 archival designs to unearth and bring to life a 1919 prototype writing desk by Art Deco master Emile-Jacques Ruhlmann us
Opened in January, the Hacienda Beach Club & Residences is a residential resort that sits on a quarter-mile stretch of Cabo San Lucas, Mexico’s immaculate and swimmer-friendly Medano Beach.
When Nick Berman renovated a house in Sun Valley, Idaho, he and his partner, Gennaro Rosetti, created furniture for the project, including what they dubbed the Sun Valley table.
Chad Fleischer knows something about ski towns. The longtime U.S.
Intimate, warm, subtle, and functional are not words typically used to describe large-scale homes.
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Montana-based Caste Designs creates spare, almost spider-like tables and other unusual furnishings made from found objects, wood, and metal.
Fairmont Hotels and Resorts recently teamed up with acclaimed Canadian developers Westbank Projects and Peterson Group to create the Estates at the Fairmont Pacific Rim hotel in V