Antiques at the Armory

January 31, 2009 Interiors

The 69th Regiment Armory, Lexington Avenue @ 26th Street, Downtown New York City

Last weekend I headed downtown to check out the annual Antiques at the Armory show. Not to be confused with the Winter Antiques Show which is held uptown at the Park Ave Armory, this show is held downtown at the Armory on Lexington and is much smaller than the other show, with only about 100 vendors exhibiting …

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New Eye Candy from Antony Todd

January 30, 2009 Interiors

I absolutely adore the work of designer Antony Todd. He has such great taste! His website is updated with new photos that I find very inspiring so I thought I’d share them here.

This little sunroom is fantastic…love the green rug’s fat stripes and all of those ethnic inspired fabrics are yummy!

Here, another beautiful photo with many striking contrasts that create strong visual inter …

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R.I.P. Domino

January 30, 2009 Notes from Nicole

The other day when I posted about Domino folding I was in the midst of a business trip. I wanted to spread the news as soon as a colleague emailed me the press release so I posted it from my BlackBerry and didn’t really have time to share my thoughts on Domino’s untimely demise. And since it was my favorite magazine ever I couldn’t go without sharing my two cents. So consider this post …

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Domino Just Folded. Say It Ain’t So!

January 28, 2009 Interiors

Sadly, its true. Today, my heart hurts. “This decision to cease publication of the magazine and its website is driven entirely by the economy,” Condé Nast CEO Chuck Townsend says in a press release that went out just now. “Although readership and advertising response was encouraging in the early years, we have concluded that this economic market will not support our business expectati …

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Meet My New Camera and Join Me on My Next Adventure!

January 27, 2009 Notes from Nicole

As a late Christmas present to myself I recently picked up a new camera, a Canon G10. It’s a high-end digital point and shoot that offers many of the manual settings available on an SLR, but with a more compact frame that doesn’t require the purchase additional lenses and at a much lower price tag. Once I learn how to use the thing correctly, I plan to to take lots of pictures and start …

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Kelly Wearstler for Sferra

January 27, 2009 Decorating Ideas

This Spring interior design darling Kelly Wearstler will deliver her signature style to the masses with the launch of a new line of bedding, tabletop linens and throws in collaboration with Sferra. The collection will exude all the glamourous  details  one would expect from Kelly Wearstler-luxe cashmere throws, hand embroidery, gorgeous silk fabrics with metallic threads, beautiful beading …

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