Angie Hranowsky Brings a Youthful Vibrancy to Southern Interiors

The designer is helping give Charleston, long associated with traditional decorating, a hipper rep.

by Cara Greenberg
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Angie Hranowsky Brings a Youthful Vibrancy to Southern Interiors

Silver Is the Passion of A. Pash & Sons

The in-house expert of this 125-year-old London gallery tells us why silver matters today, how to spot a fake and which pieces are the finest.

by Malcolm Cossons | photos by Tobias Harvey
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Silver Is the Passion of A. Pash & Sons

Victoria Hagan’s Palm Beach Shopping Spree

The designer is known for her elegant, subdued interiors, but on a hunt for antique and vintage gems, she shows her exuberant side.

by Pamela Fiori | photos by Jessica Klewicki Glynn
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Victoria Hagan’s Palm Beach Shopping Spree

Pretty, Playful and Perennially Popular: The Story of Chinoiserie

Europe’s obsession with the Far East led to a creative boom in the decorative arts, centuries of appropriation and, surprisingly, one of decor’s most enduringly chic styles.

by Marisa Bartolucci
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Pretty, Playful and Perennially Popular: The Story of Chinoiserie

Giving Ideas from the 1stdibs Gallery at 200 Lex

From among the countless treasures on offer on the 10th floor of the NYDC, we've selected 21 special holiday offerings, ranging from a lovely collection of Rörstrand ceramics by the gifted creator Gunnar Nylund to a rare and super-chic cathedral-style bronze mirror by the singular Gabriella Crespi.

by Jorge S. Arango
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Giving Ideas from the 1stdibs Gallery at 200 Lex

What’s Multiple Colorways and Redd All Over?

Schumacher's eclectic new collection of fabrics and wallpapers by the famously fanciful decorator Miles Redd.

by Cara Greenberg
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What’s Multiple Colorways and Redd All Over?

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