The architectural lensman is famed for his depictions of palatial spaces. Here, he shares exclusive photographs of his own labyrinthine apartment and tells us about its eclectic rooms.
Father and son John and James Bly offer everything from 18th-century furniture to contemporary ceramics at their London gallery inside a former brewery.
The Biennale des Antiquaires again brings the best of the best to the Grand Palais, while offering a new range of objects and dazzling high-tech displays.
The late real-estate scion David Roche wanted a collection that rivaled the Frick’s — and now his passion is paying off.
We bring you fashion, furnishings and decorative items that embody the spirit of Hamilton, Bright Star, Shuffle Along, School of Rock and Waitress.
The young designer channels past eras of excess — late-18th-century France, 1980s America — to create interiors that are entirely of the moment.
As the days grow colder, the desire to congregate with family and friends around the hearth grows stronger. Adding further warmth — and visual interest — to these gatherings are extraordinary, sculptural and historic fireplaces, some of the best of which are on 1stdibs.
Moving from silver to bronzes, then into paintings and antiques, this keen-eyed family of keen-eyed specialists on London's historic Kensington Church Street has become a trusted source for Georgian furnishings as well as the finest decorative rarities.
At the grand 18th-century Houghton Hall, in Norfolk, England, a new exhibition of work by James Turrell — a favorite of the estate's Marquess of Cholmondeley — places the contemporary artist's dazzling experimentations with light and space throughout the house's ornate, antiques-filled interiors; against its imposing Palladian facade; and across the sprawling grounds.
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