New York City isn’t exactly know as a place for outdoor enthusiasts. Many of the best reasons to visit or live in New York–galleries, museums, restaurants, shopping, theater–are indoors. But if you prefer to spend the warm summer months with the sun shining on your face (we don’t blame you!) there are still many ways to enjoy New York outdoors, too. One of our favorites is touring the city’s many outdoor art events that take place each summer season. Here’s a quick rundown of a few of the best…. Read More.
It’s officially spring! And with the changing seasons comes one of New York City’s busiest times in the arts and design communities. From world-renowned furniture shows, to city-wide design programming, and art exhibits that draw crowds in the tends of thousands, here are the top spring 2016 design and art events in New York City…. Read More.
While Chinoiserie might be a huge trend in interior design at the moment, one of our favorite Asian-inspired looks comes from Japan: decorative, folding Byobu screens. These joined wooden panels were originally used to block drafts (the name Byobu roughly translates to “protection from wind” in Japanese), they’re now a popular collectors piece and decor item…. Read More.