When will People magazine come out with a house & home edition? The Times is already paving the way, as last week's H&H captured a wide range of colorful personalities and the environments that make them tick. We liked it.
The Bouroullec's new fabric tiles shine at a restaurant they've created in IM Pei's renovation of the Grand Duke Jean Museum of Modern Art in Luxembourg. Link below.
Julian Schnabel, Reluctant Decorator: Schnabel finishes his work for pal Ian Schrager at the Gramercy Hotel. We like Schnabel's sensibility, but we leave you to decide what you think of his interior design sense.
Twenty Years Later, the Walls Still Talk: Alison Bechdel returns to the Victorian house in PA that inspired her book, "Fun Home: A Family Tragicomic."
- Born 150 Years Too Late: John A. Coffer lives as simply as Thoreau (in a 12'x12' cabin) in Dundee, NY, but he can't get a date.
Personal Shopper: Patterned Rugs are Back!
- "I have family albums full of pictures no one ever sees. What's a good way to show them off that doesn't involve buying hundreds of frames?"
- Dream Large, Then Weed Carefully: Anne Raver provides tips on purchasing bulbs for fall planting.
Daniel Friedlander, who owns Limn in SF, introduces his own prefab Finnish log cabins for sale
L.A. Design Concepts is offering customers access to to-the-trade products at a good price.
Milli Home and Alpha Workshops have a new line of pillows.
Simple Solution is a new stain remover that takes care of wine, berries and blood.
- Erwan and Ronan Bouroullec are at it again! This time they've created a restaurant for the Grand Duke Jean Museum of Modern Art with the pavillion above.