What We Loved from Around the Web…
How a British power couple embraces the quiet life in the countryside and the mountains.
A designing mom offers up eight tips for a pretty-meets-practical mudroom and pantry.
Step inside a Spanish fashion designer’s playfully elegant Madrid apartment.
The New York Times debuts its list of 52 places to travel in 2019.
Fashion-forward furnishings and statement-making art fill this thoughtfully restored Tuscan castle.
What We’ve Been Up To…
We’re all about starting fresh in the new year: getting organized, whipping up healthy meals, spending quality time with friends and family. It’s an ethos we’re translating to home decor in the form of a neutral palette that’s as soothing as it is invigorating. We love this inviting, elevated space, which seamlessly pairs midcentury furnishings with unexpected art. For something that feels light but rich, take cues from this airy living room and try layering creams and taupes in a variety of lush textures. And if you’re looking for a hint of history, this Gustavian-inspired space just might be your perfect fit.
A Parting Piece of Knowledge…
Georgia O’Keeffe at the Columbus Museum of Art in 1992. Ellsworth Kelly at the Leo Castelli Gallery in 1980. Pablo Picasso at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art in 2002. We can’t get enough of the graphic appeal of vintage museum posters, which have been a go-to form of advertising for exhibitions for decades—and the perfect way for art-lovers to bring a piece of the exhibit home.