Interiors

Manhattan Meets Aspen

For information about the products in this home, click here. It took a leap of faith to relocate from the bright lights and excitement of New York City to the mountains of Colorado. It took an even greater leap of…

Home Again

In the dining room, Davidson used a mix of heirlooms and retail-store furniture. The dining room table is by Crate & Barrel, while the buffet and rug are family antiques. The chandelier was found at Trog de Lights in Denver.…

Home of the Year: A Study in Modern Organic Style

Sustainable materials—Spanish cedar, natural stone, slate, aluminum and zinc—were chosen for the exterior of the home. “We chose zinc for the roof because it lasts for generations, is very low-maintenance and ages well, to a lovely matte-gray patina,” Pollock  says.…

Brave New Old World

Created by master ceramicists Villeroy and Boch in the mid-19th century, this triple vase comprises three vessels attached end to end.Crafted in the 19th century, this Italian ivory-inlaid cabinet, carved of walnut, was directly imported from Rome. The extraordinary detail…

Best Kitchens

Kitchen of the Year: Natural Contemporary Design goal: The kitchen of homeowners Kevin and Juliet Boyd reflects creative synergy at its finest. The couple—Kevin is a builder, Juliet a designer—wanted a light and airy feel in their kitchen that would…