When it comes to finding the perfect prints for your home’s barren walls, there is no better resource than Soicher Marin. Founded in 1959, this Sarasota, Florida–based company maintains an archive of more than 15,000 digital images—from fashion prints to rare architectural designs to maps and city scenes. Simple elegance is the common denominator for all the images they pick. Soicher Marin also represents the industry standard for high-end custom framing, offering several hundred types of designs and matting fabrics. This depth, variety, and quality have earned the company its solid reputation.
Transform your foyer into more than a place to store umbrellas and discarded footwear with this simple recipe. Start with a tailored piece of furniture (we recommend Designlush’s cowhide bench or James’ Duncan’s console table) and illuminate it with a stellar light. Add a signature piece of wall art and voilà, instant chic.
“I like my home to have deep historic tones,” says Gilt Groupe founding CEO Alexis Maybank, who recently redecorated her apartment in a ‘20s-era Art Deco film style. Give your space the same cinematic mix with her personal picks, including Sarlo’s French-crystal-and-bead chandelier, SHINE by S.H.O.’s stately Manhattan sofa, and R&Y Augousti’s shagreen-accented metal bowl.
A little artsy, a little romantic, and full of texture and pattern: Those are the hallmarks of boho style. Adapt it to a reading area with a few key pieces. Start with the handcrafted Limoges club chair; its grey velvet upholstery is lusciously soft and its seat, generously wide. Drape a jacquard-weave throw over its arm for a dose of free-wheeling color, and then try a cowhide rug below (the Giraffe print is especially memorable). Need accents? Then consider the resin lamps and handmade mercury-glass vases—they’re beautiful to the eye and the hand.