FOYERS & ENTRYWAYS: The Spaces Between

foyers and entryways

    Today we’re giving our favorite, yet oft neglected, ancillary spaces a little overdue lovin’. Because while entryways and foyers function much more as go-betweens than actual destinations… they are no less important in function and fashion than their more popular counterparts. So whether your main entry is vast and expansive or itty bitty tiny… remember it’s theread ON

Apartment Trocadéro by Rodolphe Parente

Paris Apartment Designed by Rodolphe Parente

    Just across the Seine from the Eiffel Tower, in the Trocadéro area of Paris, lies a newly renovated apartment boasting that perfect French mix of historical architecture, modern furnishings and contemporary art. The property stands as one of the most recent works of designer-to-watch Rodolphe Parente, and its approx 350 sqm of space was redesigned to preserve theread ON

SIGMUND’S: The Cutest Little Pretzel Cart in Town

Sigmund's Pretzel Cart

    Well if this isn’t the cutest little pretzel stand I ever did see, I don’t know what is. This salty and savory snack on wheels belongs to Sigmund’s Pretzels, a New York City artisinal pretzel/gastropub/beerhaus-brand founded by former attorney Lina Kulchinsky. While Sigmund’s originally opened as an East Village pretzel bakery and coffee shopread ON

ROCKSTAR READY: Peter Sandback’s Drum Tables at Dshop

DSHOP Welcomes Sandback Drum Tables

    Surrounded by some 30 acres of woodland in the far reaches of New Hampshire, lies the workshop of sculptor / furniture designer Peter Sandback. While his light-filled studio once served as a garbage truck garage, the gorgeously renovated space now turns out handcrafted furniture of the utmost creativity and beauty. The son ofread ON

Hotel de Tourrel: Traversing Four Centuries of Architecture & Design

Hôtel d’Almeran

    It  was over a century ago in the Provençal village of  Saint Remy, France that Van Gogh found himself so inspired by the light and surrounding landscapes that he created 142 paintings in one  year.  Today, this once quiet town remains a favorite among artists who mingle with tourists in a now cosmopolitan destinationread ON

DPAGES FAVORITES: June Twenty-Fifteen

DPAGES June 2015 Favorites

    CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT   1. BAT & BALL – May Oxidized Maple Stickbat & Cork Ball – Coming Soon to DSHOP 2. CHANDELIER – Workstead Brass Chandelier – DSHOP 3. STRAW – Kikkerland Paper Straw, Chevron Gray – Amazon 4. SYRUP – Snow Cone Syrup, Cherry Cola – Williams-Sonoma 5. GLASS ART –read ON

ARTIST HIGHLIGHT: The Glossy Works of Natasha Law

Natasha Law Art

    London-based artist Natasha Law (sister to Jude Law) is best known for her seductive, at times provocative works of art, which depict women in varying stages of undress. Her particular brand of fresh color combinations, scantily clad ladies and a sophisticated yet slightly pop-art slant has yours truly feeling summer all over andread ON