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Guest Post: Hillary Keech’s NYC Shopping Guide

Guest Post: Hillary Keech’s NYC Shopping Guide

Many thanks to Modest Designs founder Hillary Keech for contributing this excellent New York City shopping guide. A veteran of design firms such as Sills Huniford and Roman & Williams, Hillary understands that high design can be achieved on any budget, and I’m looking forward to visiting some of her selections during my next visit […]

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This Week: B4 It Was Cool (Soho, NYC)

This Week: B4 It Was Cool (Soho, NYC)

I stumbled upon the Soho salvage store B4 It Was Cool last May, but because the showroom’s unassuming entrance lacks display windows and signage, I very nearly passed it by.  Luckily, my curiosity was piqued by the bald, tattooed, rather tough looking but smiley gentleman who sat in front of the store, enjoying the near-perfect […]

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The Friday Roundup: May 29th (Now with bonus Open House material)

The Friday Roundup: May 29th (Now with bonus Open House material)

Two weeks ago I arrived at O’hare for my 1 p.m. flight to Manhattan, and a mere sixteen hours later, I arrived at former Open House star Matt’s NYC condo.  Ah, I love travel.  And I’d forgotten what it was like to be treated like I was four . . .  so that was a […]

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A New York Update (and a photo essay)

A New York Update (and a photo essay)

I’m still in Manhattan, and I haven’t had much time to post, but I’ve been reading your comments, and I’m looking forward to posting more about my trip  over the next couple of weeks.  This is the first time I’ve spent time wandering NYC and doing the things I love. 

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The Friday Roundup (and a contest for you readers with a real prize and everything!)

The Friday Roundup (and a contest for you readers with a real prize and everything!)

But he promised this wouldn’t be a regular column! I shot this image at Anthropologie the other day. For those of you in retail who are now groaning in sympathy for the Anthropologie staff, I swear I put all the letters back the way I found them.  And no, I don’t have too much time […]

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