Furniture and home store Homenature is a fantastic find in the Flatiron district in NYC. Inspired by the Hamptons coastal lifestyle, products are made from mostly natural materials in neutral colors. Many products are made in conjunction with artisans across the US that marries functionality and great style. There are candle holders carved by an… Continue reading Homenature

Lumas Art Gallery

Lumas has over forty galleries around the world, this one showcased is in New York. They have a wide array of works by numerous photographers representing different themes–I have highlighted a few in recent postings. They offer professional picture hanging tips online, and special recommendations from their curators on which pieces to purchase for you… Continue reading Lumas Art Gallery

Love and Loss

Felix Gonzalez-Torres — Untitled (Portrait of Ross LA), 1991, seen at MOMA. Portrait of partner Ross Laycock who died from AIDS related illness in 1991. Patrons are encouraged to remove one piece of candy that denotes the downward progression of Laycock’s illness (decay and erosion). This powerful piece is applicable to anyone who has a… Continue reading Love and Loss


Finnish brand Marimekko was founded in 1951 and is now a celebrated design house known for its original prints and colors. They have a long tradition of textile printing and creating unconventional designs that can be seen on clothing, accessories and home décor products. Their bold prints and vibrant colors stays true to the company… Continue reading Marimekko