Magazine Stories by Spring 2024

French Revolution


After reviving an 18th-century Paris apartment, a designing couple counters classical flourishes with contemporary art and furniture, forging a link between past and present

French Revolution2024-04-05T10:34:10-05:00

In Good Time


A Parisian antiques dealer found the perfect antique—a centuries-old house in Normandy that he has restored into a masterpiece for today

In Good Time2024-03-01T09:40:53-06:00

House of their Dreams


A creative Houston couple envisioned a new look for their century-old cottage. After a complete redoing, the big picture is now complete

House of their Dreams2024-04-05T10:36:34-05:00

A Classic Returns


With the reissue of The Private House, author, antiquarian, and visionary designer Rose Tarlow reflects on the creation of her 2001 cult favorite

A Classic Returns2024-03-01T09:39:57-06:00

English Essence, French Perfume


A singularly charming English-style rose garden—where 500 varieties of the delicate perennial mingle with garden brocante, handcrafted structures, and free-roaming animals—flourishes in France’s Loire Valley

English Essence, French Perfume2024-03-01T09:39:50-06:00

Back To The Land: A New Way Of Life In The Country


New York’s Hudson River Valley, my home for decades, has become a destination and a brand as hip as Brooklyn. Just 90 minutes north of New York City, visitors here enjoy excellent hiking, shopping, inns, museums, and historic sites, though much of the beauty and charm of our region is deeply rooted in the earth around us—earth now being worked by a new generation of farmers.

Back To The Land: A New Way Of Life In The Country2024-03-01T09:39:42-06:00

Kingdoms of Riches


An exhibition in New York of Indian court paintings from the 16th to 18th centuries reveals one collector’s passion for cultures and traditions far distant from his own—but which speak to all people

Kingdoms of Riches2024-03-01T09:39:33-06:00


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