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Over the weekend the newest issue of Lonny “hit the stands” in honor of their one year anniversary.  It’s pretty amazing the impact this new format has had on the publishing/media world and I for one want to send my most heartfelt congrats the Michelle and her team on such a huge success.  This issue was chock full of design stars and interesting tid bits and here are my favorites:

Eddie Ross’s awesome Thanksgiving table in his home- I love deep blue, orange and gold together for this time of year…and those rough beams in his house? J’adore.


This room by design maven Mary McDonald makes me swoon from the striped ceiling to the chinoiserie wallpaper behind the bed.


Lulu DK‘s home is unsurprisingly bright and artistic- but my favorites are this breakfast nook and wall covered in one of my favorite fabrics of hers!


I was delighted to see a big spread on the J.K. Place Florence and J.K. Capri, seeing as I blogged about these places mere months ago.  I’ve been trying to decide whether to go to Barcelona or Florence/Rome this spring and this may have just swayed me over the Italian border….




Bachelor pads are notoriously hard to make stylish yet not TOO stylish, but Ruthie Sommers did a great job combining sleek masculinity and high end finishes.



LOVE LOVE LOVE this little girls room by Palmer Weiss! Those photos above the beds are genius!


Another genius idea is this air conditioning system disguised as art! There is nothing LESS chic than exposed A/C units in windows.


And the most jaw dropping of them all- Celerie Kemble’s bathroom/closet situation. I can’t even find the words to describe how in love I am with this whole vintage display case/closet/vanity set up done in glossy black. And I see you over there built in shoe rack, don’t think you can sneak by me! I mean, really!?!? This is some sort of design hallucination. Oh wait, there’s more….


…that marble tub right there! Whaaaaaaaaat!? My head just exploded all over my computer in jealous rage. GORGEOUS doesn’t do this room justice.


And just when you didn’t think you could want to be Celerie any more, they hit you int eh face with her roof deck. Need I remind you this is in MANHATTAN? Yep. Ca-ching.



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