California was king among 1stdibs’ 363,000 Instagram followers in July. Four homes in the state — including an organic-modern Northern California house by Nicole Hollis and a perfectly Ken Fulk Victorian-style manse set on 600 rugged acres of Sonoma Country — led the pack.
However, posh New York City digs were not to be forgotten. An eco-friendly James Huniford design on Bond Street and a lofty Park Avenue penthouse (in the tallest residential tower in the Western Hemisphere) by Kelly Behun ranked high on the list.
A lofty perch high in the sky over Manhattan is quite literally the height of luxury. Tour these sumptuous spaces, and then shop for items that will complete your own elegant abode, on #TheStudy – link in bio! 432 Park Avenue Penthouse, the tallest building in New York, designed by @kellybehunstudio. Photo by Richard Powers
@fawngalliinteriors applies a fresh perspective, a mastery of color and a personal touch to her designs. She draws inspiration from her global travels, as well as from nature and the worlds of fashion and textile, to create interiors that meld traditional and modern, with a touch of the unexpected. Tour this Brooklyn townhouse, as well as projects in Connecticut, Rhode Island, and New York, on 1stdibs – link in bio! Photo by Costas Picadas
James Huniford [@fordhuniford] is a master of mixing old and new, vintage and custom to create interiors that are wholly authentic. For the living room of this penthouse on New York’s Bond Street, Huniford created a custom sofa and paired it with Gianfranco Frattini lounge chairs and a live-edge coffee table with built-in turntable by BDDW. Tour the penthouse and read more about the designer in #IntrospectiveMagazine. Link in bio! Photo by Nick Johnson
“I am not inspired by the everyday,” says Chicago decorator @summerthorntondesign, who’s known for whimsically updating tradition. In a Chicago project for a young couple from the West Coast, she created a sunny white home, outfitting it with vintage modern and contemporary furniture in natural materials and adding controlled splashes of color. Read more about Thornton in #IntrospectiveMagazine – link in bio! Photo by Annie Schlechter