Scott Salvator knows that his designs will not appeal to everyone.
For the 2006 Greystone Mansion Garden & Design Showcase, the participating designers were asked to decorate the home’s spaces in a mann
"I often do a lot of hiring and firing in here," interior designer Anouska Hempel says of the breakfast room in her Regency-style home in
For this family—two lawyers and their children—thousands of acres of private land north of Jackson, Miss., held endless possibilities.
We love to lose ourselves in movies, and the new Cineak Luxury Lounge (www.
Thirty-six years after founding his eponymous furniture company in his native Mexico, Alfonso Marina is overseeing a growth spurt.
The Badminton Chair ($13,000), part of the Ann Getty House Collection (415.345.0230,
When working with a large home that has an open floor plan, a designer, if he is not careful, can create a living area that resembles a ho
In the basement of this Los Angeles home, designer Marla Sher has created a theater that completely immerses you in Art Deco style from th
Peter Marino does not believe in buying off the rack, or at least not off the showroom floor. "I don’t walk furniture showrooms.
"I recently saw a statistic where MTV is losing more viewers to the Food Network than to any other channel," says kitchen designer Matthew
Before Monique Lafia and Chris Arvin redesigned this Beverly Hills, Calif., billiard room, it was not exactly functional.
Windy Hill, A Grand Manor in Mississippi, conveys the immediate impression that it has presided for centuries over the 2,000-acre property
When Bottega Veneta first collaborated with the St.
Since 1967, when he introduced his Polo label with a series of handmade ties, Ralph Lauren has been demonstrating his penchant for preppy
A year before retiring, Gloria and Randal Baker purchased a pair of one-eighth fractional shares at the Hearthstone Private Residence Club i
For more than two decades, Englishman David Linley had been crafting custom wood furniture for interior designers and their clients through
In 1913, Kohler hired Frederick Jr.
Hype suffuses the hospitality business, but the Keating hotel in San Diego is indeed—as its promoters claim—unique.