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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