Lay to rest the verity of "One man's trash is another man's treasure." Treasures abound! Made from glorious works on paper, this charming assortment of glass trays, plates, coasters and paperweights emerges as art using the age-old technique of decoupage.
Capture Parisian charm at Maison 140, where owner, Ramsey Marc, has recreated a marketplace of hand-selected furniture, art and decor direct from France. Delightful pieces depicting rustic charm and retro chic as well as modern elegance are chosen by Ramsey himself.
Hidden away on the second floor above Chelsea's New London Pharmacy is New London Luxe, selling home-ware with an international or domestic flair, as well as other intricately styled luxury items. At New London Luxe, one learns that luxury today does not require a high price tag. The philosophy . . . more
Cec LePage debuted her eponymous Lucite accessories collection in 1979, creating one-of-a-kind high fashion runway jewelry for John Anthur, Marc Jacobs, Tokio Kumagai, Geoffrey Beene, and Patricia Field, the stylist for HBO’s Sex in the City series. In 1990, LePage went on to launch her line of . . . more
Back in the 80's, one could always find a sweet piece of art by a street artist to decorate a New York apartment. Street art wasn't expensive; it was fun. It was an open expression of an artist's view point to hang on your wall. Either you agreed with the message or you didn't. For a small . . . more
Jen McGlashan is the innovative mastermind behind McFlashpants, ethical jewelry and home decor made from re-purposed, everyday items. The unique name of her business came in the form of a telemarketer's call during the dinner hour and will forever be remembered by the McGlashan family. Convinced . . . more
Heather Fagan showcases the grandeur of nature with her unique line of handmade art & jewelry, Bettula. Having been inspired by a piece of birch wood that she found on her family’s property, Heather began what she calls a “curiosity project,” which would bloom into a full line of embellished . . . more