Darcy Miller Nussbaum, the editorial director ofMartha Stewart Weddingsmagazine, used designer David Mann to turn this once empty space into a New York beauty. The stone in the entry way is what truly drew me in, it is like artwork. The light fixtures used in this home are so unique and glamorous, they really add character to each room. The kitchen is amazing, I haven't quite seen anything like it before. This home is elegant and beautiful, what a transformation.
Unique is the one word I would use to describe Sarah Brown's magnificent jewelry designs. Sarah says, " I also draw upon memories of island legends and tales of creatures beneath the sea to create collections of evocative pieces that embody a sense of curiosity and of the unknown." These pieces are so incredible and interesting, each one a piece of art in it's own right.
Daniel Romualdez grew up in the Philippines. His parents wanted him to be a successful banker yet he was more interested in homes. He went to Yale, worked on Wall Street then got his master's at Columbia's School of Architecture and started his own practice in 1993. He is an architect and designer, having done projects such as Aerin Lauder's Aspen home and Tory Burch's glamorous Madison Avenue store. He purchased this Beverly Hills home full of light and windows framing the city. He pushed the envelope with this home and had fun with it. The art in this space is so phenomenal, that is what really makes it for me. He didn't make it the typical stark modern home, this has character and life.