String Curtains ($28) at Mxyplyzyk
Photo: Raeanne Giovanni/Inoue
Perhaps what is happening at the NYTimes is that they are feeling split between the aging baby boom generation who made the paper great, but who have moved out of the city, retired, and otherwise gone to pasture, AND the rest of us who are hardscrabbling to carve out our own distinctive lives in Gotham City.
This was a snooze for us, as H&H pitched to the older set and travelled far from New York. Readers - give us your opinion below:
- For Retirees, One Home Is Not Enough
With the housing boom lifting prices, retirees are selling one and getting two more in the sunbelt
Photo: crop of Tony Cenicola
- She Smells Me, She Smells Me Not
It's been smell over color for years in the flower industry. Smell is coming back.
- Retreat or Retrench?
"Erosion slowly destroys about 1,500 American homes and the land they sit on annually" - What people are doing about it.
Photo: Douglas Healey
- To Share Is Divine. But the Kitchen? A super nice little kitchen is built into the living room at Yale for Joseph H. Britton, his wife and kids
- Architect: Bogue Trondowski
- The Allure of Beaded Curtains
How can I cover a window without curtains? Try beaded curtains. With good sources.
- Personal Shopper: Make your summer rental feel like home with a few inexpensive additions: sheets, vacuum, roll-up mattress, folding crib....
CURRRENTS: Los Angeles
- Cool outdoor streetscape art:
Including this one that Blik did in Silverlake
- Elizabeth Paige Smith and her Kittypods
Photo: Steve Lacap
- A funky new modernist garden at the West Hollywood home of John Chase
Photo: Scott Van Dyke
- The Frame demi chaise longue by Francesco Rota for Paola Lenti and acrylic furniture deisgned by Charles Hollis Jones at the Desert Hot Springs Hotel
Photo: Cupcakes, Bennet Stein
- Sprinkles Cupcakes is an attempt to create a west coat Magnolia Bakery - modernist style