33 Tiffany Lamps Are About to Go Up for Sale

At the turn of the 20th century, multifaceted New York artist and designer Louis Comfort Tiffany was best known for his intricately detailed stained-glass Tiffany lamps (and the windows that preceded them). They were produced at Tiffany Studios, his complex of workshops in Corona, Queens. The prevalence of these colorful decorative-arts icons, fixtures in high-society homes of yore, began to […]

A New Show Brings to Life the Psychedelic World of Nest’s Joseph Holtzman

All around, small moments of color and pattern delight. Photo: Daniel Terna Immersive experiences are Joseph Holtzman’s forte. Just ask anyone who was a fan of Nest, the subversive interiors magazine that he founded and published from 1997 until 2004. Nest was a visual triumph of special effects, its photographs framed by exciting patterns and motifs and occasionally perforated with […]

Ivanka Trump, Jared Kushner Snag Two-Acre Lot on Miami’s ‘Billionaire Bunker’

Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner seem to have figured out their post–White House plans: According to Page Six, in their final weeks as presidential advisers and first daughter and son-in-law, the couple purchased a 1.84-acre plot of land on the ultra-exclusive island of Indian Creek in Miami Beach. The Kushners reportedly bought Lot 4 of the village, which comprises just […]

How to Make Your Holiday and Seasonal Decor More Earth Friendly

According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, household waste increases by more than 25 percent between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day due to all the holiday trash that we generate. Many items are bought, used, and quickly thrown away. However, there is no such thing as “away” because plastic pollutes the planet for lifetimes, says David Pinsky, senior plastics campaigner […]

Windmill House Once Rented by Marilyn Monroe Hits the Market for $11.5 Million

It makes sense that a couple as improbable as Marilyn Monroe and Arthur Miller would choose an equally quirky home in which to hide out from the press. That secluded getaway—a 1,300-square-foot two-bedroom in Amagansett, New York—could now be your very own celebrity-approved dwelling if you’ve got a passion for living in actual working windmills and $11.5 million to spare. […]

14 Charming Patterned Bed Sheets to Spec Now

As we embrace a new era of maximalism, punchy prints are popping up on walls, floors, and upholstery alike. Also joining the party? Bedding. Patterned bedsheets have come a long way, and swapping solids for a playful print is a low-maintenance way to upgrade your client’s bedroom. Even just replacing plain shams can add the perfect pinch of bliss. Below, […]

The 7 Best Airbnbs in New Orleans

While traveling during the holidays might look a bit different this year, there’s one thing we know for certain: Daydreaming about our next vacation definitely won’t dampen the mood. Cue New Orleans, a city with an abundance of history, fairy-tale-like architecture, and a music and food scene that’s second to none. With hospitality at its core, this city has opened […]

Simple and Easy Fire Safety Tips

Among the chaos of 2020, I think we all learned about the serious danger of fire. But beyond thinking about and planning for major wildfires, it’s important to consider safety in your own home. After all, how many times have you set off your fire alarm this year just through some innocent cooking? Trying to harness the responsible adult within, […]

6 Reissued Classics Designers Are Loving Now

Become an AD PRO Member Buy now for unlimited access and all of the benefits that only members get to experience. Arrow In the 1940s, Flora Scalamandré famously sketched two prancing zebras to adorn the walls of Gino of Capri in Manhattan. That pair of zebras turned into more than 300 safari-inspired creatures leaping across a tomato-red backdrop and helped […]