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Fall/Winter 2005 HOME Table of Contents


Home Is Where the Hearth Is
by Jan Parr
Mary Jeanne Reese’s Au Coin du Feu has cornered the market on antique European fireplaces.

On the Rocks-with a Twist
by Joanne Trestrail
A house built on boulders offers one stylish surprise after another.

The Italianate Job
by Gretchen Wahl
In Lincoln Park, a graceful rehab turns a fixer-upper into a molto bella charmer.


Editor’s Note


Mad Tea Party: The whimsical china of Esther Derkx
Goods : A high-concept clock; modernism for the masses; furniture fit for a film star; Italian style-luxuriously unusual, as usual
Six Things We Covet: At Stitch, antler hat racks, porcelain candelabra, and other fab finds
Openings: Andrew Hollingsworth and Douglas Dawson on the move; have-to-have furniture from Evan Lewis and Redefined Design; always-innovative Workroom expands its reach.
People: A marriage of true minds at F2; form, function, and the brothers Streng; Japanese shoji screens from Tim Burd’s Studio Otori; at Michele Fitzpatrick’s Verde, haute green style gets affordable.
Destination: West Town: A rough-and-tumble neighborhood turns into a hotbed of furnishings and design.
Close Call: A lean-lined sofa from here, a groovy pendant lamp from there-contemporary style comes in all price ranges, and who can tell the difference?

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