Peek Inside Steven Volpe’s Beaux Arts Mansion

Steven Volpe Beaux Arts Mansion

    For nearly a quarter of a century, San Francisco based designer Steven Volpe has been hard at work – building a roster of well healed, discriminating patrons that range from Google executives to angel investors around the globe. In between providing his all-in intensive design services to clients, Volpe has managed to carve out aread ON

SEMI FINE DINING: Because Casual is Cool

Gomez Associates Dining Nook

    As DPAGES’ Holiday Table Challenge rolls on I’ve got dining spaces on the mind, and today we’re taking it down a notch (in a good way) with a selection of dining areas that don’t take themselves too seriously. Because from the coziest of dining nooks to the earthiest of kitchen tables, sometimes the best settingsread ON

A Little Inspiration From Holiday Tables Past

Holiday Table

    Happy Friday my lovies. Are you gearing up to style your space for D’s HOLIDAY TABLE CHALLENGE? I hope so because we have a $500 shopping spree and holiday feature waiting just for you! I know the holidays can get hectic so we’re getting a jump on the season with a visit to holiday seasons past – pullingread ON

NEW LEASE ON LIFE: O’Neill Rose Landmark Renovation

Oneill Rose Architects West Side Townhouse

    Architects Devin O’Neill and Faith Rose of O’Neill Rose Architects had their work cut our for them when they were approached to renovate a landmark Romanesque Revival in Manhattan’s Upper West Side. Originally designed by George H. Budlong in the late 1880s, the once stately townhouse had been sectioned into a series of singleread ON

It’s Fine Dining Month On DPAGES!

Wall Mural Dining Room

    In celebration of DPAGES’ first annual Holiday Table Challenge, yours truly has christened the month of October Fine Dining Month. For those not already in the know, over the course of the next three weeks, DPAGES is inviting all readers to dress their dining tables in full holiday style and then share photos of itread ON

TRISTAN AUER: French Eclectic Savoir Faire

Tristan Auer Interior Design

    Paris based designer Tristan Auer describes his approach to design as eclectic – often referencing Baroque, mid century, contemporary and just about everything in between. AD France describes his style as “a new graphic classicism”. As for D… well I’m just a sucker for that French savoir faire that he cultivated while working for theread ON

PALETTE CLEANSER: A Cure For Your Design Malaise

Blue Bedroom

    For design enthusiasts living in the new media age of blogs, online magazines, and social media – the barrage of design eyecandy can be an amazing tool but for some, including the design addicts among us, this twenty-four-seven access to our drug of choice can be a double edge sword. Slowly, it can become more and more difficult toread ON