SLICE OF HEAVEN: A London Church Conversion

    A masterful melding of old world craftsmanship and contemporary design, this London church conversion by interior designer Harriet Holgate and the bespoke furniture specialists at Rupert Beven Ltd. is serving up a little slice of heaven – especially in the kitchen.       At the heart of the expansive space lies aread ON

Four Playful Glass Accessories From Seletti

    We’re wrapping up the week with a few little charmers that caught my eye this month – because while design is serious business… it should also be fun. Enjoy!   A little shot of something bright now and then can really work wonders – in comes my new found adoration for Attico’s Atomizersread ON

MONC XIII: An Interview With Natasha Esch

    A few months ago, yours truly had the good fortune of crossing paths with talented designer, curator, and Hamptons shop-owner Natasha Esch. For those not in the know, Natasha is the founder of MONC XIII – perhaps Sag Harbor’s most perfectly appointed home furnishing store. Previously a successful Los Angeles based interior designer, andread ON

JULY 2014 FAVORITES: D’s Little List of Loves

    CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT   1. PURSE – Tom Ford Leather & Feather Bag ($2,950) – Tom Ford 2. WALL ART – Photograph by Wolfgang Tillmans – tillmans.co.uk 3. BOOKS – F. Scott Fitzgerald Hardbacks (approx. $35, £14.99) - Amazon US, Penguin UK 4. CUTLERY – Malmo Rose Gold Place Setting by Kate Spade ($90) – Bloomingdale’sread ON

The Stunning Ceramic Art of Syra Gómez

    Inspired by nature, Brooklyn based artist Syra Gómez specializes in custom made, site specific ceramic art pieces. We first came across Gómez’s work in the bedroom shown above – in which Gómez designed a mid-century-style wall installation for the São Paulo / New York based architecture firm Studio Arthur Casas. As luck would haveread ON

BRANCHES: Your Home’s Best Accessory

    They’re strong, sculptural and so much better than an overly sweet vase of flowers – Branches, my new home accessory of choice. And just in case you are not totally sold by this first picture… I’ve gathered eight more reasons to prove you need look no further than your own back yard orread ON

COLOR EXCHANGE: Julie Hillman On Form & Texture

    New York City based designer Julie Hillman is perhaps best known for her masterful mixing of collected antiques, modern furnishings, contemporary art and a healthy dose of luxurious fabrics and textures – a tool set that rendered her well suited for the design of this 2,500 square meter home in the Hamptons –read ON