While some princesses prefer to rule from within an all-pink realm, mixing it up can be a lot more fun. This room’s soft green walls, combined with touches of red and gold—the latter courtesy of the metallic sky of twinkling stars—make for a less expected palette that’s still totally princess-worthy.
Jewelry designer Page Sargisson lives in Brooklyn with her family. Their beautiful, 25 foot Brownstone in Park Slope caught our eye immediately, and after reading below, you’ll see why. All lovers of handcrafted furniture, personal details, and amazing wallpaper should keep reading.
It isn’t every street that, just by virtue of its name, conjures up a particular way of life. But ever since most of Fourth Avenue was renamed for the planted medians in the center of the boulevard, “Park Avenue” has been shorthand for traditional Upper East Side wealth and privilege. Case in?point: an apartment in a 1926 building by Schwartz and Gross. “The layout was old-world. Very front-of-house and back-of-house,” Taryn Christoff of Christoff Finio Architecture says.
New York, New York Christoff:Finio Architecture Christoff:Finio reimagines the classic New York town house for The Heckscher Foundation for Children.
When you're the son of fashion designer Josie Natori, you're bound to have some eclectic taste. But when Ken Natori met his wife Anika Proskurowski, the couple had to combine his urban upbringing and her breezy personality to make not one, but two homes flow together. It wasn't easy, but as we see in the June issue of Lonny magazine, they were able to create dream havens.