Tag Archives: Apartment

Pied-à-terre

Photographed September 2012 / Paris, France

On the right bank, tucked away in a building constructed in 1875 was our perfect Parisian home away from home. We wanted to rent an apartment in order to really dive into the lifestyle of living in Paris. I loved our early morning walks in this quiet neighborhood watching the locals begin their day and we fell madly in love with this place. It was a beautiful flat to call home with its claw foot bath tub, oil paintings, fireplaces and french doors.

PS- want to stay here too? Here you go.

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Elle Decor’d up

Sent to photograph and report back over at Sacramento Street a stroll though Manhattan’s Chelsea Gallery District to the Elle Decor Modern Life Concept House to get some inspiration and learn a thing or two about A-List interior design! 

Check out the wonderful article by Lauren Larson about this space and it’s conceptual designs over at Caitlin’s Interior Design wonderland blog Sacramento Street! xo

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A Fashion Designer’s Apartment on the UWS

A modern day classic, a beautiful fashion designer with a family history of iconic clients, a Central Park West apartment on Manhattan’s Upper West Side and a collection of lovely things….

Welcome to the home of Fashion Designer Katie Ermilio.

*Tidbit! The cooper framed mirror is an old relic from the Flat Iron Building!

*Tidbit: Her Grandmother’s china next to a black & white photograph of her Grandfather’s Philadelphia store. 

As seen in Rue Magazine Holiday 2010! Please do flip through to read the story about Katie her Manhattan home and see the beautiful designed layouts!

See more from my At Home With series as we go behind the doors of real people in New York City.

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A Nonagenarian’s Apartment on Central Park South

In 1948 Madelaine Felkay came to America from Hungary to escape the communists that were taking over and the past devastation of WWII where so many of her family members had found themselves in concentration camps. Once married to the owner of Tip Top Brush Co. she used this stylish apartment for bridge games and hosting social parties with a Hungarian pianist friend filling the room with music overlooking a million dollar view of Central Park South.

Welcome to what I call “Betty Draper’s home” in Manhattan- 

Special thanks to her Granddaughter Emily Horton for letting me capture this glamorous woman’s home. I’m totally obsessed with hot pink now.

See more from my At Home With series as we go behind the doors of real people in New York City! 

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