I am obsessed! East End Summer Vacation Home by Kelly Behun | STUDIO in US via 1st Dibs.  This Hamptons home was created for a fun-loving family of five that had long wanted to build their dream house on the East End. Local esteemed architect James Merrell was in sync with their desire for a home.. read more →

I am loving the vintage designs of Willy Rizzo.   I have seen many of his pieces on 1st Dibs.  This Dazzle table screams Kelly Wearstler to me…that is never a bad thing.  Dazzle coffee table  with a square aluminum champagne bucket. Dazzle paintings were First used in WWI on ships to confuse the enemy.. read more →

12 Apr 2015
April 12, 2015

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  Crushing on these cute umbrellas from Santa Barbara Umbrellas. Dying to use Tibet Wallpaper.  Who wants it? LOOK INSIDE THE EXQUISITE L.A. HOME OF ALEXANDRA VON FURSTENBERG AND DAX MILLER. Feeling like you want to buy me a present?  A Warhol will do. This brooch would be a good choice too. I am loving.. read more →

I often put together fictitious schemes of things that I love.  Some will get picked up by clients others are just a creative outlet.  Well this room will come to life and I will have this dining room.  It will not be in my current house but likely in my next house. The walls set.. read more →

I have not slept.  I could not get it of my head.  I am distraught.  Saturday, my family and I were running errands. We decided on lunch at the Papi Queso food truck which is always at Sleepy Poet antique mall on Saturdays, which is near one of our errands, Dover Saddlery.  Of course, the anxious.. read more →

While in NYC for ICFF, Kips Bay Show House and my pal Ted’s book launch for Style & Simplicity, I made time for a stop at the 1st Dibs Showroom. Let me tell you I could have bought loads of amazing antique and vintage finds.  Here are some snaps of my favorites. Do not miss.. read more →

Who can resist a great vintage find? Not me! I saw this coffee table a few weeks ago at Slate Interiors in Charlotte.  It certainly captured my attention but I did not have a place for it (nor do I now). I continued to think about it.  Last week while running through Slate I saw.. read more →