When I was a teenager my bedroom had two small skylights, each about one square foot. My sister’s adjacent bedroom had more closet space and a view of the backyard, but I valued my overhead beams of daylight above all else.
When we ran architect Eric Olsen’s home in our July issue, I knew it would spark a lot of Where do I get that? questions. Let’s take a peek at how you can get the look of their great room. sofa | art | pendant lights | pillow | coffee table | rug photos by Thomas J. Story
My greatest regret when finishing an Idea House is that relatively few of you get to walk through it, look at the art up close, and see the texture on the fabric. If we had teleporters, I’d send every reader right to the front door.
There’s something yummy about the woman behind the Bourne movies and the Hunger Games working in a home office with floral wallpaper. Suspense and action, meet trailing blooms. And the rest of you meet movie exec Allison Shearmur. Her art- and wallpaper-filled Los Angeles home is one of many featured in The Inspired Home: Nests of Creatives, a new […]
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