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A must-read for any interior design aficionado with over 400 rooms by and for Coco Chanel, Yves Klein, Dimore Studio, David Chipperfield, and other legends.
Following Phaidon's The Art Book and The Fashion Book, two of the publishing house's bestselling titles and indispensable resources for aficionados, comes Interiors: The Greatest Rooms of the Century. Surprisingly, it is the first Phaidon title devoted to interior design. Organized alphabetically, the 402 rooms span from 1903 ...
 
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A retrospective at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris honors the midcentury design maestro.
“Gio Ponti always started with a basic theme, and then developed it fully,” says Giulia Molteni, marketing and communications director of Molteni&C, of the newly opened exhibition Tutti Poni, Gio Ponti Archi-Designer at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris. Anyone familiar with Ponti’s work is compelled ...
 
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Tour the gorgeous homes of Gloria Vanderbilt, Richard Avedon, Tony Duquette, and many others.
When it comes to the New York design scene, Wendy Goodman is positively an institution. Landing her first job at Harper’s Bazaar as Anna Wintour’s assistant and working her way through various publications, including House & Garden, she eventually settled in as design editor at New York magazine. ...
 
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Meet Italy's titans of taste.
In the 40 years since she founded the gallery Nilufar (Farsi for lotus), Tehran-born Nina Yashar has become Milan’s doyenne of design, beloved for her taste, her eclectic fashion, and her shrewdness in curating contemporary designers alongside midcentury masters. When T&C recently paid her a ...
 
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The founder of Chuvaness blends the contemporary and the classic.
For the past 15 years, Cecile Zamora has lived in this Ed Calma-designed home. Founder of Chuvaness, one of Manila’s first ultra-successful lifestyle blogs, this stylish mother of three young boys now keeps herself busy with a budding career as a DJ. ...
 
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But do you agree?
Toilet rugs, taxidermy, and avocado bathrooms have been named the worst interior design trends of the last half of a century.Other furnishing fails of the past 50 years include carpeted bathrooms, waterbeds, anything animal print and beaded curtains.Commissioned by Samsung to mark the launch of its ...
 
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Friends are nice, but when the sole source of light is overhead, it’s a real soul crusher.
"It doesn’t have the oomph of your room last year." This on-point assessment of my dorm room at Sarah Lawrence was issued in 1989 by a beautiful girl from Philadelphia with folded arms and a critical gaze.The year before, my room had ...
 
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Designers and experts make their recommendations for how to refresh your décor.
Lucy Barlow, the co-founder and creative director of Barlow & Barlow, says: “Warm and inviting schemes bursting with color and pattern are becoming more prevalent, and nothing complements this look better than antique brown furniture. This once-undesired wood is enjoying a resurgence: ...
 
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An elegant blend of design and style, these pieces make a great addition to any room.
Finding modern yet homey furniture and decor is a hard task. Most pieces tend to be too structural, and in turn, make for a cold home environment. We found some sophisticated pieces that challenge the modern aesthetic's reputation in Italian furniture brand Minotti’s ...
 
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With followers like Ken Fulk, Bunny Williams, and Richard Mishaan, @terra_naut is among the most mysterious design forces on Instagram. Here, he talks to Town & Country about his cult following.
In the virtual world of Instagram and, more importantly, Instagrammers, one account has emerged as the subject of extreme fascination: @terra_naut.The account is the place to go for evocative images from the worlds of art, architecture, design, and décor. With its exquisitely ...
 
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Give it the old college try with these head-of-the-class decorating ideas.
Even if you're not heading back to school this month, it doesn't mean you can't take some design inspiration from Graduate Hotels, a collection of hotels outfitted with vintage collegiate decor located in college towns in the U.S. From a summer camp-themed ...
 
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Bright colors, shag carpet, and patterns galore.
Back in the 1960s, homes were filled with bright colors, shag carpet, and patterns galore. That's a stark difference from today's popular neutrals, which is why you might think a home featuring the boldness of the '60s wouldn't interest today's buyers. But ...
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