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You are invited! 🐇Please join us in a celebration of  and their new book with  "Splendid Settings: 100 Years of Mottahed...
05/31/2024

You are invited! 🐇Please join us in a celebration of and their new book with "Splendid Settings: 100 Years of Mottahedeh Design" this coming Wednesday, June 5 from 5:30pm to 7:30pm. 🥬 As you know, bare bones is not our style. 🍋 We are mounting a Mottahedeh extravaganza, creating table, cabinet and wallscapes with their most iconic patterns and figurines, together with exquisite table linens and flowers by . 🫛The installation will be on view through the following week for those who can't make our book signing soirée. 🥕 DM for more details.

Yesterday was a rain day and sadly we had to scrap our visit to  in Bellagio - instead we laid low with a two hour lunch...
05/31/2024

Yesterday was a rain day and sadly we had to scrap our visit to in Bellagio - instead we laid low with a two hour lunch at where I indulged in two glasses of rosé and a bit of retail therapy with a pair of Bernini meets earrings. Bellagio begs one to shop so it feels almost a necessity to comply! We then took the ferry to Lenno for a private tour of (tickets were otherwise sold out). Its most recent owner was the explorer and collector Guidi Monzino. The property includes elements of a 12th century monastery built-into an 18th century villa along with a detached two room loggiato - on the tour, one actually enters at the top of the cliff and descends floor by floor. Monzino had a meticulous and organized mind and it was a pleasure to see how he incorporated his collection of historic artifacts in elegant vitrines incorporated into boiserie paneling and elsewhere. He also had a fabulous collection of verre eglomisé whose mysterious reflective quality seems so right for a lake house. Oh how I enjoyed this visit! Much to Andrew's relief (unfortunately he did not become a garden convert on this trip unlike 's husband), the gardens were compact and immediately surrounded the property's buildings. Next stop: Milan - which I am so grateful to hear is relatively flat!

BTS of prepping for our  and  book celebration! We just unwrapped these finely-feathered ceramic birds that flew into 10...
05/30/2024

BTS of prepping for our and book celebration! We just unwrapped these finely-feathered ceramic birds that flew into 10th Street. 🦜✨ Brighton Pavilion birds, cockatoos, parakeets and other exotic birds assemble in formation on the leopard carpet in anticipation of adorning our chartreuse walls. 💚 First comment to guess the reference might snag one of Wendy’s cookies at the launch party on June 5th! Stay tuned as the installation continues... with fine table linens and a flower explosion courtesy of - you will not want to miss! 🎀🪄

Yesterday we bid farewell to  & their wild flower arrangements & and most delicious pastry ever made to head north to Va...
05/30/2024

Yesterday we bid farewell to & their wild flower arrangements & and most delicious pastry ever made to head north to Varenna where it is easier to hop on and off ferries to explore the lake. After lunch at where my heart stopped upon walking through the lime music room which was decorated by the owner (whom I had the great pleasure of congratulating a little too profusely) and her mother followed by a visit to the . I was a little underwhelmed by the villa which is now a museum with a lot of sculptures and plaster reliefs on view. There were a few moments in the garden I enjoyed, such as a succulent hillside moment, but I think earlier in spring when more is in bloom is a better time to come.

Join me next Thursday, June 6, at  for a discussion and signing of my book MARIO BUATTA: ANATOMY OF A DECORATOR on Thurs...
05/30/2024

Join me next Thursday, June 6, at for a discussion and signing of my book MARIO BUATTA: ANATOMY OF A DECORATOR on Thursday, June 6 at 6:30pm. Old Westbury Gardens is an incredibly special place if you have never visited. Both the house and the gardens evoke a gracious moment in time.

Champagne and light bites will be served. 🍾🥂

Space is limited.

Today we zoomed down to Lake Como and checked into  where we spent a heavenly day touring the gardens and climbing (we s...
05/27/2024

Today we zoomed down to Lake Como and checked into where we spent a heavenly day touring the gardens and climbing (we seem to be always climbing here) for panoramic views of the lake. The chef's potager garden was a treat to see - masses of herbs planted along terraced steps might be an idea I borrow. At lunch, we were served cookies in the shape of a blob - but really in the shape of a pug(loaf)? We do miss Pompey. He apparently had a Jaws movie marathon with a harem of female pugs today so he is doing just fine. And speaking of nourishment, we officially had the most delicious meal during our trip with a course of tortelli di carbonara with red prawns at the hotel's Veranda restaurant. 🦐

Today we island hopped in Lake Maggiore and visited Isola Bella and Isola Madre, two islands that belong to the ancient ...
05/26/2024

Today we island hopped in Lake Maggiore and visited Isola Bella and Isola Madre, two islands that belong to the ancient Borromeo family. Each boasts a palazzo and spectacular garden - Bella's is Baroque and formal with a 7-tiered "wedding cake" terraced plan while Madre's - extolled by Gustave Flaubert as so voluptuous it hurt - is wild and English in style. Overall I preferred visiting Isola Bella, photos of which I have dumped here; the palazzo and its furnishings were higher style - a treat to see fine 17th and 18th century Italian furniture in situ; there was an entire grotto apartment which will always give an edge, and no creepy mannequins to be seen (just marionettes). The Borromeos,I assume, also share my preference as they reside here during the summertime. My head is still whirling even though I have come to my senses that white peacocks are better on an island than in a Maine village.

A final farewell to Tuscany with this   of the (mainly) 17th century gardens of  . Edith Wharton wrote it was "probably ...
05/25/2024

A final farewell to Tuscany with this of the (mainly) 17th century gardens of . Edith Wharton wrote it was "probably the most perfect example of producing a great effect on a small scale." Indeed it has everything - a terrace, a formal water garden with heart-pounding box and cypress, a grotto, bowling green, a limonaia - etc! What also was undeniable - especially compared to the many historic gardens I have been visiting - is how immaculately maintained it is. I was later told that they received a government grant that has allowed them to bring back the gardens which suffered during neglect during Covid and challenging periods of drought. This garden has been one of my favorite so far. Now onto the Lake District!

We dedicated today to the writer (and fellow Castine resident) Mary McCarthy's The Stones of Florence. The slim and wasp...
05/24/2024

We dedicated today to the writer (and fellow Castine resident) Mary McCarthy's The Stones of Florence. The slim and waspish travelogue developed from a 1961 article in which she laments the treacly romanticism ex-pats have given the city and instead describes a place comparable to Boston that keeps its pleasures concealed by plain fortress walls. Two of Florence's underestimated highlights to her mind are Donatello's bronze David at the (much better than Michelangelo's and I agree) as well as the Romanesque church which, off the beaten path and requiring quite the workout to climb to, surely has the best views of all. We capped off the day at the Bardini gardens - forgetting that a typical Italian garden would require many steps uphills but it was worth it! I took so many ideas for Maine and there was a lack of fussiness in the plantings that feels right for Maine.

05/24/2024
Over the weekend, we gave the chartreuse walls some TLC with a refresh just in time for some exciting upcoming events! 💚...
05/20/2024

Over the weekend, we gave the chartreuse walls some TLC with a refresh just in time for some exciting upcoming events! 💚

You might remember that 12-sheet india ink on paper piece ‘Parrots Volant’ most recently presided over the mantel. Soon, it will transform with an ‘abundanza’ of exotic ceramic birds by . It seems birds have an affinity with chartreuse - a color I think of as new growth in the garden.🦜

🦅 For those of you with eagle-eyes, you might have noticed a large dining table. It will soon showcase a ceramic cabbage patch, also by Mottahedeh. Stay tuned as this room comes together with the arrival of our ceramic friends! 🥬🐰🥕

Have we finally found the right pink?! See  Pink Harmony on our gateway post which is giving pale shell pink. We color m...
05/19/2024

Have we finally found the right pink?! See Pink Harmony on our gateway post which is giving pale shell pink. We color matched the Bottomley pink from our sister house in Richmond but it looked so much muddier and darker in the Maine light. Feeling very good about this new one - which my neighbors will be thrilled to hear - will be applied to entire sides of the house, replacing the current pink patchwork quilt of swatches currently assaulting one's eyes.

We are delighted to share that two  pieces have found a new home with our wonderful clients, James and Gary. James and G...
05/17/2024

We are delighted to share that two pieces have found a new home with our wonderful clients, James and Gary. James and Gary have long admired Peggy’s exceptional talent and are now the proud owners of not one, but two of her stunning artworks. 🖼️✨

Check out ‘Lily Pond,’ an aluminum leaf and oil on canvas painting, beautifully hung above their console table. They also have the serene ‘Great Spruce Head Island Trees’ watercolor painting gracing their home!

Swipe to see these luminous paintings and visit the link in our bio or head to our website to explore the remaining Peggy Kennedy masterpieces in our collection! 🌟

🌸 Spring Celebration Alert! 🌸 Swipe through our limited-time  sale featuring newly marked-down items! After a chilly win...
05/16/2024

🌸 Spring Celebration Alert! 🌸 Swipe through our limited-time sale featuring newly marked-down items! After a chilly winter hibernation, let’s take a stroll down memory lane with our fall exhibition dedicated to Cressida Bell, the British designer specializing in pattern-infused textiles and interiors. Explore our gallery’s array of treasures from London - from captivating table and floor lamps (singular and in pairs) to a round-top tripod table, cozy wool rugs in patterns like ‘Charleston Pond’ and ‘Terazza’, a blanket chest, and a coffee table! More details available on our website. Happy shopping! 🛍️

🍾Exciting Update!🍾 Maison Papier Français is now live on our website! Browse and request ✨complimentary samples✨ to expe...
05/15/2024

🍾Exciting Update!🍾 Maison Papier Français is now live on our website! Browse and request ✨complimentary samples✨ to experience the elegance and charm of Maison Papier Français wallpapers firsthand. Explore the various collections, from timeless classics inspired by historical design to retro vibes reminiscent of 1970s France. Visit eerdmansnewyork.com or click the link in our bio now! 🇫🇷💞

“Go out into Central Park and study the play of patterns to learn about design - nature is the best teacher, “ Mario Bua...
05/14/2024

“Go out into Central Park and study the play of patterns to learn about design - nature is the best teacher, “ Mario Buatta would always say. We looooove pattern here at Eerdmans and for our latest vignette downstairs, we’ve mixed lilacs on our walls with hand-painted lamps, vintage YSL upholstery on the settee, inlaid brass trellis-work on the Parzinger style low table, and on and on! The Brad Nelson painting (which we internally call “the co***ne painting”) anchors it all with its major wall power. DM for details.

The arrival of glorious   has inspired us to zhoosh our outdoor entrance. Taking the   and   indoor color scheme as a de...
05/10/2024

The arrival of glorious has inspired us to zhoosh our outdoor entrance. Taking the and indoor color scheme as a departure point, lavender wisteria and deep purple bell-shaped campanula set amongst ostrich ferns and English ivy welcome our visitors. Come stop by to smell the salvia and see if we are able to meet the 3x a week watering challenge! 🪴🪻

🦔 Today’s featured creature from  ’s show, ‘All Creatures Great & Small: North American Edition,’ is the charming  ! Hib...
05/08/2024

🦔 Today’s featured creature from ’s show, ‘All Creatures Great & Small: North American Edition,’ is the charming ! Hibernating through the winter, hedgehogs now emerge as we enter the warmer months. While spotting them in the city may be unlikely, their presence in the wild is a true delight.

Famous for their prickly spines that cover almost their entire body, hedgehogs rely on these defenses to stay safe while they sleep and face enemies. Engaging in “self-anointing,” hedgehogs are immune to certain plant toxins, which they lick and spread over their spines, simultaneously helping them hide their scent and deter predators.

Come experience the intricate detail of hedgehog spines in person at the gallery or on our website!

Here is the one and only  perched on Old Pompey, the bronze cast of the last alligator at  When Pat challenged me to sit...
05/03/2024

Here is the one and only perched on Old Pompey, the bronze cast of the last alligator at When Pat challenged me to sit on Pompey for my own photo, I couldn't resist (swipe). 🐊 She told me that in the early days of motor cars, people would pick up baby alligators as souvenirs and bring them north from Florida - which apparently resulted in the Jefferson Hotel have a pool for alligators in their Palm Court complete with a keeper! As I was posing, a fellow guest asked if I knew the difference between an alligator or a crocodile. I was dying to know. He replied, it is a matter if you are going to see them later or in awhile. 🐊 Goodbye, Richmond! I had a wonderful time.

Exciting changes are underway at   once again! For the first time in years, the wall opposite the mantel is exposed, sea...
05/03/2024

Exciting changes are underway at once again! For the first time in years, the wall opposite the mantel is exposed, seamlessly joining its sister walls as a canvas for ‘s pieces, ‘Bison’ and ‘Longhorn Skull’! Immerse yourself in the vibrant hues of lacquer and the remaining works from Arianna’s show ‘All Creatures, Great & Small: North American Edition.’ Don’t delay, as the wall may soon be adorned with another breakfront!

Today a dream came true and I had the opportunity to tour  's sister house  in Richmond, Virginia - both designed by Wil...
05/02/2024

Today a dream came true and I had the opportunity to tour 's sister house in Richmond, Virginia - both designed by William Lawrence Bottomley in the Spanish Revival style in the early 1920s. My new house brother, the dashing Den Cralle of , was as excited as I was to meet and I can't wait for him to travel north to visit the PP. What a kick to see the same ironwork, leaded glass, light sconces and more - although I am jealous of the adorable built-in ironing table. Oh! Apparently his house was also salmon pink and Den kindly let me take a hunk to match! So many thanks to Matson Roberts of who made this visit happen and to designer - I can not wait to see how you all gently usher in this grande dame into the 21st century.

Please join us, along with our fellow hosts and   gallerists, for an evening of   spanning across 10th, 11th, and 12th s...
05/01/2024

Please join us, along with our fellow hosts and gallerists, for an evening of spanning across 10th, 11th, and 12th streets on May 16th, from 6-8 pm. We hope to see you then!

🐝Introducing ‘Big Bumble Bee’ and ‘Baby Bumble Bee’ by artist Arianna Fioratti Loreto. 🌼Among the diverse creatures show...
04/30/2024

🐝Introducing ‘Big Bumble Bee’ and ‘Baby Bumble Bee’ by artist Arianna Fioratti Loreto. 🌼Among the diverse creatures showcased in Arianna’s exhibition “All Creatures Great & Small: North American Edition,” bees take center stage. With May just around the corner, we admire their diligent pollination efforts and the resulting blooming flowers, despite the allergies they may trigger. Explore the intricate textures, such as the lace-like wings, captured through India ink strokes writ large, reminiscent of peering through a microscope. Visit our gallery on 10th Street today to view Big Bumble Bee and Baby Bumble Bee, or equally discover both pieces on our website.🍯

Recognize this   from our event postcard? It’s a standout, nearly lifesize, piece from our  show. Her attention to detai...
04/26/2024

Recognize this from our event postcard? It’s a standout, nearly lifesize, piece from our show. Her attention to detail and fascination with the natural patterns and variations within feathers is mesmerizingly showcased in this portrait. Despite the typical pink hue of flamingos, Arianna skillfully captures their essence in striking black ink strokes. This piece candidly portrays the flamingo, with its beak nestled to create an elegant loop of its Whether you visit us in person or view online, don’t miss experiencing this captivating artwork! 🦩

I am currently en route to   for a very special event with  at the  this Saturday to discuss our dear friend  . Mario di...
04/25/2024

I am currently en route to for a very special event with at the this Saturday to discuss our dear friend . Mario did several of Pat’s residences and I can’t wait to hear more stories about collaborating with the Prince of Chintz.

Mario made an appearance on , the reality show created by Pat’s son Whitney Sudler-Smith, in which he advised on where to install an urn of a beloved cat’s ashes. He was so tickled to be on the show - he was always the entertainer!

Pat kindly wrote the foreword for the book and we will be signing together after the event and then hopefully martinis after? 🍸🎀

Please join me tomorrow Wednesday, April 24, noon-2PM in Houston! I am thrilled to participate in  with a presentation a...
04/23/2024

Please join me tomorrow Wednesday, April 24, noon-2PM in Houston! I am thrilled to participate in with a presentation and book signing at where I will talk about ‘s favorite chintzes and design secrets. (Link in bio☝️).

It’s my first time ever in and besides the fantastic slate of speakers lined up, I am dying to visit the Chapel - a long held dream of mine - and .

🪲🌱Spring is in the air and it’s time to take a “Walk on the Wild Side”. We are thrilled to be a part of the latest May/J...
04/18/2024

🪲🌱Spring is in the air and it’s time to take a “Walk on the Wild Side”. We are thrilled to be a part of the latest May/June 2024 issue of with .domingo’s porcelain “Lampe de la Nuit with Insects”. Marc created his series of candleholders which suspend the wax taper in a pool of water from French 18th century metal examples. Discover more of Marc’s work by tapping on the image to unveil this and his other exquisitely painted and crafted pieces available through Eerdmans. Happy ! 🐞🌱

“A Walk on the Wild Side”: 
 
“As seen in Veranda Magazine, May/June 2024. Reprinted with permission of Hearst Magazine Media, Inc. Photography by Becky Luigart-Stayner (), Produced by Rachael Burrow () and Sara Clark (). Reprinted with permission of Hearst Magazine Media, Inc.”

I am walking on clouds today anticipating a trip next month to  and other Tuscan gardens as inspiration for  All recomme...
04/16/2024

I am walking on clouds today anticipating a trip next month to and other Tuscan gardens as inspiration for All recommendations very welcome!

What’s better than one  pen and ink drawing of an armadillo? Two, of course! They look dynamite displayed together; yet ...
04/12/2024

What’s better than one pen and ink drawing of an armadillo? Two, of course! They look dynamite displayed together; yet they each possesses a distinct personality to hang individually.

Drawing inspiration from the world of attitudes in heraldry which describe the position of depicted figures, we’ve named these pieces ‘Armadillo’ and ‘Armadillo Dormant’. ‘Armadillo’ is captured in a mid-prance pose on a 61.5 x 91.75 centimeter sheet, in contrast to ‘Armadillo Dormant’ which exudes floats on a 44.75 x 45.5 centimeter sheet, creating a serene sense of weightlessness.

If you resonate with ‘Armadillo’, visit the gallery to view these pieces in person. And if you feel a stronger connection with ‘Armadillo Dormant’, you can explore these and the rest of Arianna Loreto’s pieces by clicking the link in our bio.

  of my visit to the mindblowing  with friends  and  The estate was created in the 1920s and onwards by artist Frederic ...
04/12/2024

of my visit to the mindblowing with friends and The estate was created in the 1920s and onwards by artist Frederic Clay Bartlett and two succeeding wives Helen and Evelyn - it is colorful, fanciful and has that Duquette stagecraft magic and jazz age zing. I had never heard of it before and it is a must!!!

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