This week's H&H suffers from a lack of distinct character, but it sure is lovely to peek into the Parisian home that is the cover story and Currents rocks on as usual.
We're going annotated today for a change.
- Around the World in Four French Rooms: It's eclectic in Paris, Baby! Good slideshow too.
Currents - Jumps To The Head of The Line
- Sheila Bridges new wallpaper: "Harlem Toile de Jouy"
- The Night Hotel by Mark Zeff just opened: Welcome to the Dark Side...
- "American Streamlined Design: The World of Tomorrow," opened yesterday at the Bard Graduate Center
- Two new products from Alessi: The Moiramoira tablecloth set by Ron Arad and the Blow Up table by Humberto and Fernando Campana.
- Jennifer DeLonge's modern furniture for children!
- Fish's Eddy re-opens inside of Gracious Home on the Upper West
- Q. I'm not a fan of bulky refrigerators. Do svelte versions exist?
Q. The only sconces I can find are fusty and old-fashioned. Is there anything more fun?
- Picket Fence to Skyline View - Big Builders Come to Town: "Some of the biggest names in suburban home building are getting into urban condominium development"
- On St. Patrick's Day, Planting the Green-to-Be: Anne Raver gets us ready for the first crop of the season (peas).
- Personal Shopper - Coat Hanger Roundup: This is an interesting little overview for those who are sick of slippery hangers.