Monthly Archives: June 2011

Local Theatre: ‘Art’ by Yasmina Reza

I just found out that Play On! Theatre is putting on a production of one of my favorite shows.  Art is an originally French written play by Yasmina Reza.  The plot centers around the question of ‘what is art’ as … Continue reading

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Admire It/Acquire It: Salvaged Style

In this Clinton Hill apartment, a mix of salvaged furniture and leftover textiles find new life. I love the mix of relaxed furnishings with the more rigid, angular artwork. This casually cultivated look can be acquired by you in the … Continue reading

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Summer Plans

Are you planning to get out of town this summer? Every year my family spends a week in a cottage by the ocean but this year they aren’t going, so we are plotting a trip for sometime in September. We … Continue reading

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Too Much Midi

These are some songs I’ve gotten into this week and they are keeping me company today while I work. Thought I would share the love… Download Too Much Midi by Ford & Lopatin: Here Download Crystalline by Bjork: Here Image … Continue reading

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Inspiration

I’m curious; what inspires you when it comes to your own home? How do you plan out a new space? How do you budget? I’d love some suggestions… It is often said in design; the more challenges that exist in … Continue reading

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Long Weekend

The work marathon ended last week and I had a nice long weekend which included a visit from a dear friend from DC. We stopped by JSJ for an espresso on Saturday afternoon. I highly recommend going over there for … Continue reading

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House Tour: Curated Chelsea Home

Photographer Anita Calero migrated to West Chelsea long before the current stampede of millionaires. Back in the 1990s, she rented a 2,000-square-foot loft in an artists’ condominium, which she then bought and began to reconfigure. Calero knocked wide doorways into … Continue reading

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