House Beautiful | February 2011
Blending Swiss-chalet decor and Southwest-ranch design, designer Cheryl Tague turns a dreary 1960s Aspen condo into a woody, sunlit mountain retreat for her family.
Martha Stewart Living | September 2010
Martha Stewart Living decorating editor Rebecca Robertson updates her New York City loft to keep up with her family’s changing needs
Manhattan | July-August 2010
Light up your home with a touch of gold, brass or… Mylar?
Manhattan | May-June 2010
How will you decorate in 2011? Look to the furnishings debuted at ICFF for a hint
Globe & Mail (Toronto) | May 1, 2010
It’s cool, it’s comfortable and the cocktails at W Hollywood are worth the coin. The service, on the other hand …
Globe & Mail (Toronto) | March 16, 2010
Slightly off the beaten path, Greenpoint has plenty of old-school Polish flavour on Manhattan Avenue. On the waterfront, low-key Greenpoint is home to fine perogies, indie fashion and great thrift shopping
Manhattan | Jan-Feb 2010
Economic downturn? New Yorkers don’t have time to reflect on the negative. Our survey looks into the crystal ball to find the best of 2010…. meet the people, places and things that’ll put the new in New York City this year.
Globe & Mail (Toronto) | December 12, 2009
In December, New York’s streets are filled with light - and fabulous shopping, for gifts from pashminas to Portuguese toys
Manhattan | December, 2009
It’s not a splurge, it’s an investment. Design professionals define the “little black dresses” of decorating.
Globe & Mail (Toronto) | October 20, 2009
Once, cabbies wouldn’t even drive to Red Hook. Now art, food and drink are giving this old port new energy.
Globe & Mail (Toronto) | May 12, 2009
As Buenos Aires’ big art fair approaches, Sophie Donelson picks the best places to sample the city’s scrappy cultural scene
Globe & Mail (Toronto) | April 15, 2009
Daily Candy | March 25, 2009
Daily Candy Goes to Istanbul (By Greg Lindsay mostly)
Globe & Mail (Toronto) | March 11, 2009
SLEEPOVER: HIGH DESIGN IN BEVERLY HILLS
Manhattan | March-April, 2009
Four Manhattan decorating whizzes prepare for A-list take-off, starting with their own homes
Connecticut Cottages & Gardens | January 2009
Buenos Aires offers artisanal home goods and mesmerizing art that adds Argentine panache to any casa.
Connecticut Cottages & Gardens | November/December 2008
The holidays are the most wonderful time of the year for a decorator who brings her Southern legacy to seasonal interiors and entertaining.
Westchester Cottages & Gardens | November/December 2008
Victoria Klein trades Colonial reserve for Hollywood chic in Pelham.
Northwest Airlines World Traveler | November 2008
What’s new, and hot, in the city that never sleeps
Time Out New York | October 16-22, 2008
Lease got you locked into not-so-snazzy digs? You don’t have to live that way. Spruce up your pad with these nonpermanent fixes—none of which will sacrifice your security deposit.
Connecticut Cottages & Gardens | October 2008
The pattern, color and pizazz of Tibi founder Amy Smilovic’s spunky clothing line finds its way into her home.
Martha Stewart Living | September 2008
A designing couple turn an industrial loft into a family home with gallons of white paint and yards of bold prints.
Interior Design | September 2008
Departures | September 2008
Time Out New York | July 3-8, 2008
City | Summer 2008
What does it take for a wine variety to make the jump from obscure local favorite to international player? Plenty of patience. Sophie Donelson uncorks the story behind Torrontés, Argentina’s (maybe, possibly) new wine star.
Elle Decor | November 2007
12 Things He Can’t Live Without
Elle Decor | July/August 2007
Jonathan Adler has always had a thing for retro. So it should come as no surprise that the designer’s picture frames for Larson-Juhl have a look that’s pure 1960s
Elle Decor | May 2007
Interior designer and cabaret singer Anthony Cochran leaves Brooklyn behind in favor of a Manhattan studio with deep seating, plush velvets, and lots of mood lighting.
The New York Times | October 22, 2006
City | Spring 2006
Lucky is he who spends a week in this Swiss city: the green space, the art, the zany Zürich West nightlife! But if you must rush through, at the very least, cram in the shops of Old Town.
The Wall Street Journal | November 14, 2005
Design Firms Go Ergonomic to Lure In Boomer Buyers; a Makeover for $35,000