Design Hunting

2.4.16

Happenings
  • On Custom Paint
    Donald Kaufman, who has created custom paint colors for spaces as varied as high-tech offices and the Metropolitan Museum of Art, will be speaking at the New York School of Interior Design (170 E. 70th St., nr. Lexington Ave.; 212-472-1500) on February 10 at 6 p.m. about his work and his book Color Palettes: Atmospheric Interiors Using the Donald Kaufman Color Collection. More  ›
  • Shopping and Design
    The New Museum (235 Bowery, nr. Prince St.; 212-219-1222) is hosting a discussion between artists and designers that hopes to examine the connection between art and fashion on February 11 at 7 p.m. Panelists will discuss how online shopping and social media have pushed the boundaries of design and consumption. More  ›
  • Toy History
    Architecture in Play, written by Tamar Zinguer, explores the past and the evolution of architectural toys, as well as how their history reveals social and economic trends. Cooper Union is hosting a book signing and reception with Zinguer, an associate professor at Cooper Union’s School of Architecture, for the launch of the book in its Foundation Building (7 E. 7th St., third fl., nr. Third Ave.; 212-353-4100) on February 5 from 5 to 7 p.m.
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Design Hunting

Space of the Week

A Brooklyn Project

Louisa Roeder, a designer for Homepolish, became her own client when she found the townhouse of her dreams in Prospect Heights. See More ›


Painting the stair risers white gave the grand staircase a lighter touch.

The bedroom feels like a family room with a salon area opposite the bed.

The garden features a new deck by Trex with a steel-cable railing.

The Best Bet

A Vintage Credenza

This rare ’50s walnut Swedish credenza at Sasha Bikoff is papered with scientific drawings of botanicals. More  ›

 
Design Hunting, Socially
Design Hunting on Facebook Tips on all things decorative, design chats with Wendy Goodman, and photographs from the latest design hunting discoveries in NYC. facebook.com/DesignHunting
Design Hunting on Twitter Moment-to-moment updates on design news and trend-spotting, as well as live-tweeting from insider events and parties (with a few contests thrown in for good measure). @DesignHunting

This golden bottle opener ($78, at totokaelo.com) is sure to be a conversation-starter at any soirée. Produced by the Japanese makers Nousaku, it is available in limited supply from Totokaelo. Use the online code “NYMAG15” for a 15 percent discount.

 

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