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West Village Charm

Dream kitchen, dream living room, dream bedroom, dream bathtub . . . can we please move into Alison Cayne’s West Village townhouse?! The founder of the New York cooking school Haven’s Kitchen took her love of grays, blacks, whites and gold to decorate all five fours of her turn of the century home. There really isn’t any detail I don’t love but let’s talk about the extraordinary kitchen, mustard yellow sofas, black clawfoot tub and floor to ceiling wall art gallery, shall we?! Swoon.

byErica in Home

Loloi Rugs

I’m a firm believer that the most crucial element, when decorating a room, is the rug. Not only can a proportionately sized rug make a space feel larger and cozier, it has the ability to unite all the furniture and components of a room together, rounding out the overall vibe. For me, a self proclaimed textile hoarder, knowing the intricacies and methodical care that goes into the age old craft of hand knotting and weaving a rug is enough for me to know that the rugs I’ve collected over the years are worth every bit of the investment. They are functional works of art that will last several lifetimes. This is why I love Loloi, a rug company that is keeping the time honored tradition alive by making hundreds of gorgeous hand crafted rugs accessible to all. While on a recent visit to their skilled artisans in India, Loloi documented every step involved in the rug making process – from spinning raw bundles of wool into skeins to hand knotting the rug on it’s loom to the washing technique t…

Can Kaki Ibiza

Designer Luis Galliussi’s house in Ibiza is a dream. I love how the natural, rustic elements contrast against the white washed walls and how the colorful textiles provide the perfect pops of color in the somewhat minimalist rooms. And pom poms hanging from wicker sconces!? Yes.

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byLauren in Home