Home design guru Lori Morris on creating a chic space for your little ones
Designing a picture-perfect bedroom for a child can be a daunting task, especially without the proper inspiration. An ideal setting is kid-friendly but elegant and can transition well with them through the years.
Here, interior designer Lori Morris—known for her impressive portfolio of grand interiors with a Victorian-style flare ... More
The new monarch of all super-luxe, starchitect-designed Miami aeries
With a growing roster of industry titans and other members of the ultrarich picking up choice oceanfront properties in Miami lately—we’re looking at you, Faena House—this penthouse should fit in quite nicely. Crowning the Jade Signature, designed by Swiss firm Herzog & de Meuron and slated to be ... More
The top tastemaker for an upscale hotel behemoth lists her 10 latest must-haves
“As an architect, I’m detail-oriented and obsessed with how things are created and composed—from buildings to furniture, to food and clothing and accessories,” says Julie Frank, global director of design for Le Méridien Hotels & Resorts. “It’s often the smaller details—a buckle, a button, handles or a hinge—that draw my attention, rather ... More
The 1stdibs founder opens up two of his glamorous houses
Bruno, the aesthete-cum-tech mogul (and admitted Paris flea-market addict), has made a fortune from helping others live stylishly. So it should come as no surprise that the founder of the recently launched design app Housepad practices—nay, personifies—his own lofty domestic dogma.
Bruno, the subject of a profile ... More
For tech entrepreneur Trevor Traina and his wife Alexis Swanson Traina, a historic Napa Valley home is an ideal respite from city life
The drive from San Francisco to the Napa Valley takes only a little more than an hour, but for tech entrepreneur and IfOnly CEO Trevor Traina and his wife, Swanson Vineyards creative director Alexis Swanson Traina, the two places feel as far away from each other as possible.
Arriving ... More
At the new Whitney, the director’s aerie is a photorealistic reflection of its occupant
The one thing you’re always aware of in this building is that you’re on an island,” says Adam Weinberg, director of the Whitney Museum of American Art, sitting on a wire-mesh Bertoia chair in his eighth-floor office. “You always have a sense of place.”
The museum reopened to the ... More