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  • Happy birthday, Frank Lloyd Wright! This year marks the 150th anniversary of the American Prairie School architect’s birth. In celebration, events are being held throughout the country, from lectures and talks to open houses and exhibitions. Some of the highlights include the Museum of Modern Art’s “Frank Lloyd Wright at 150: Unpacking the Archive” exhibition, […] The post 7 Remarkable Objects by ...

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  • A favorite subject of New York Times street photographer Bill Cunningham, Tziporah Salamon defined street style long before millennials laid claim to the genre. On the occasion of her first book, The Art of Dressing (Rizzoli), we spoke with Salamon about her long and surprisingly spiritual journey toward owning her look. Born in Israel to […] The post How Tziporah Salamon Got Her Truly Unique Fash...

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  • The Eiffel Tower has arrived in New York City. It is joined not only by the Arc de Triomphe and I.M. Pei’s shimmering Louvre Pyramid, but also the Leaning Tower of Pisa, Stonehenge, the Taj Mahal, the Great Wall of China and . . . is that the Colossus of Rhodes? Landmarks from five continents […] The post Miniature Versions of the World’s Cities Are in Times Square appeared first on 1stdibs.

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  • “The choice of the watermelon-pink velvet upholstery on the dining chairs was to act in contrast to the white walls in this large restored open plan Victorian schoolhouse,” Samantha Todhunter says of the dining room in this London home. “By using the watermelon, we were able to delineate and fix the dining area perfectly and […] The post 18 Interiors with Powerful Pops of Color appeared first on 1...

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  • Sophisticated abodes like a minimalist Antwerp renovation project and a Tribeca loft owned by Naomi Watts stood out among the posts preferred by 1stdibs’ Instagram followers in the month of May. Other highlights included a rustic-chic bedroom in a Connecticut farmhouse, an airy kitchen in a historic sea captain’s home in Sag Harbor and an […] The post May’s Most Popular Posts on Instagram appeared...

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  • Whether opaque or transparent, precious or semiprecious, natural gemstones are imbued with such vibrant, unadulterated hues that they’re boons for any color scheme. Sapphire-blue walls, ruby-red lamps or an emerald-green couch, for example, instantly transform any space. Just as the beauty of a flashy yellow-diamond necklace can bring folks to their knees, hues that mimic […] The post How to Decor...

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  • Summer Thornton designed this vacation home in Naples, Florida, whose outdoor dining area features an kitchen with a graphic tile backsplash that extends to the ceiling. Photo by Brantley Photography Jean-Louis Deniot created this deck in Corsica, France, with leisure in mind. “I design outdoor dining with the same components as interior dining: chandeliers above […] The post 18 Incredible Outdoor...

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  • The West’s current infatuation with Moroccan tribal rugs stretches to the mid-20th century, when designers embraced bold geometric patterns and even bolder palettes as counterpoints to form-follows-function interiors. Alvar Aalto, Frank Lloyd Wright and Le Corbusier were among the designers who used these rustic, natural rugs to offset austere interiors. “They even have one at […] The post A Compr...

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  • In their debut video collaboration, The Way Back, brothers Dustin and Dillon O’Neal reveal what goes into crafting a Dmitriy & Co. Belgard sofa — in reverse order. Below, Dustin O’Neal, who compares the couch’s wooden frame to “whale bones,” explains how this magical video came together and how the sofa came apart. “This being […] The post Watch a Handcrafted Sofa Get Beautifully Torn to Pieces ap...

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  • Robert A.M. Stern Architects designed this shingle-style beach house in East Quogue to evoke the Dutch Revival homes found in the surrounding areas of Long Island. Photo by Peter Aaron / OTTO The interiors of the house are by Steven Gambrel, including the master bedroom, with its custom-made bed and 1950s Italian chandelier. Photo by […] The post 21 Gorgeous Hamptons Houses appeared first on 1stdi...

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  • To create his eye-catching photo wall at the Legends design celebration in Los Angeles, Anthony Dargenzio of Zio & Sons sourced fine furnishings from stores in La Cienega Design Quarter. Here, he explains how it all came together: “Since the VIP photo wall and lounge was going to be outside — located in the back […] The post How to Create a Photo Booth for A-List Interior Designers appeared first ...

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  • British fashion designer Lee Alexander McQueen, the original creative engine behind the Alexander McQueen label, was beloved for his expert tailoring and theatrical runway shows. After his suicide in 2010, fans left tributes to the man and his talents outside Alexander McQueen boutiques worldwide. Record-breaking crowds visited the posthumous retrospective of the designer’s work at […] The post De...

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  • Love it or hate it, postmodern Memphis Group furniture is back. Some people think of the Milan-based collective as the design equivalent to Patrick Nagel’s kitschy screenprints, but for others Memphis represents what made the early 1980s so great: freedom of expression, dizzying patterns and off-the-wall primary colors. “As someone who was born in the […] The post Why 1980s Memphis Design Is Popul...

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