Sara Bengur, the New York-based interior designer, enjoys a reputation for creating sophisticated yet warm spaces that unabashedly mix color, pattern and texture. All a reflection of her multi-cultural and well-traveled background. Sara comes by her particular brand of contemporary exoticism naturally; the daughter of a Turkish economist with the IMF, she spent her formative years in Istanbul, Turkey and abroad. Sara's work has been published widely in such publications as Elle Decor, House Beautiful, New York, New York Times and W.Elle Decor, House Beautiful, New York, New York TimesW
By Sophie Bajard and Raffaello Bencini. Published by
Terrail, 1993. First edition. Hardcover with dust jacket, now protected with Mylar cover.Equal parts design laboratory and retail gallery, David Bell Antiques has been a Washington, DC go-to source for exquisite furniture, ...
Surrounded by verdant vineyards and groves of olive
trees, the Masserie of Puglia--fortified domestic structures of brick, stone, and concrete dating from the Middle Ages--embody a rich cultural past largely unexplored by the tourists and villa-seekers of Tuscany. Once serving ...
Under the Tuscan sun roll marvelous hills, vineyards,
olive groves--all postcard-perfect landscapes nestling among medieval towns, rural villas, and farmhouses, endless niches of dreamy dwellings exuding all the charm for which the region is revered. This sumptuous volume features the ...