Holland & Sherry is a company with a long and distinguished past. They were founded 180 years ago as a high-end textile supplier on Savile Row. In recent decades, they have also established a name for themselves in the interiors world for their luxurious upholstery fabrics (which up until now have been only available to the trade). They have recently opened their first retail store on Elizabeth Street in Nolita. Selling a wide range of products from eclectic household goods to bespoke apparel, this is sure to be a great new source. 209 Elizabeth Street, NYC.
Sunday, August 19, 2012
Tuesday, August 14, 2012
I am looking forward to using the new R.W. Atlas collection of fittings and fixtures from Waterworks. This industrial inspired collection is the result of a collaboration between the design duo of Roman and Williams and Waterworks. The roots of the line are vintage inspired taking cues from controls found through out factories, old microscopes and camera lenses. The finishes selected are all intended to improve with age, such as burnishes nickel, unlacquered brass and carbon black.
All images Architectural Digest
Wednesday, August 8, 2012
This month's Elle Decor features a house done by Kelly Wearstler for a couple on Mercer Island. It has a much more restrained color palette than her usual work but the dark and moody atmosphere seems a natural fit for Washington's inclement weather. The spiral brass staircase in the double height library is my favorite element.
Wednesday, August 1, 2012
New this season to the Hamptons design scene is the store Monc XIII. Located in Sag Harbor the store features vintage furniture from the18th century to mid and home accessories, including lines such as Frederic Malle, Cire Trudon, ER Butler and Deborah Ehrlich. I love the orange backgammon set!
40 Madison Avenue, Sag Harbor, NY