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Interior designer Beth Webb is a master in creating richly layered spaces that are beautifully proportioned, impossibly elegant and always inviting.  Her designs, which often incorporate fine art and one of a kind antiques, are largely informed by her extensive background in the arts.  She studied at Sotheby’s London, spent time immersed in the New York art world with Hirschl and Adler Galleries and was a private art dealer before transitioning to interior design.

Webb, who founded Beth Webb Interiors in Atlanta over twenty years ago, has been the recipient of numerous accolades...

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New York Art, Antique & Jewelry Show, Park Avenue Armory, New York, NY
November 20-24, 2015
The New York Art, Antique & Jewelry Show will make its annual return to the Park Avenue Armory (643 Park Avenue) November 20-24, 2015. Presented by the Palm Beach Show Group, this important event will feature more than 80 international exhibitors, an engaging lecture series and exclusive interior designer led tours. As one of New York City’s longest running events, the show has become a hallmark in the city’s social season and has set a benchmark of excellence in the art, antique and jewelry industry. The show is known for bringing thousands of works of art and antiquities from domestic and international galleries, in...

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1. Donald Wexler’s mid-century residence is one of Palm Springs' crown jewels.

he midcentury design giant Donald Wexler redefined modern living with his sleek and chic steel homes in Palm Springs and the surrounding Coachella Valley. Now, the seminal architect’s own desert abode is on the market for a relatively modest $1.75 million. Wexler built the post and beam home for his family in 1955 and helmed its expansion five years later. Spanning 2,424 square feet, the three-bedroom treasure was carefully restored in 2008 by the home’s current owners, who consulted with Wexler throughout the process. Boasting a “pinwheel” floor plan and expansive glass walls, the residence’s interior spaces flow effortlessly into the many outdoor terraces and beautifully landscaped grounds by William Kopelk and Marcello Villano...

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Collector’s Aerie by Eberlein Design Consultants

A serene penthouse perched high above the city is the setting for a dazzling collection of Classical antiquities, 18th century antique furniture, and 19th century Russian porcelain. Built within a high-rise condominium, the home’s unique cupola captures light through its elegant windows, creating an incredibly bright and airy space. The home’s Venetian plaster walls, terrazzo floors, inlaid oak parquet, specimen marble mantels, Aubusson rugs, and silk damask textiles are the perfect foil to the residence’s exceptional...

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1. What do Betty Grable, Paul McCartney, the Osbournes and the Wizard of Oz have in common?

his Beverly Hills beauty has quite the star-studded history. Built in 1941 by architect Paul Williams -- a favorite among the Hollywood set -- the home was originally designed for Bert Lahr, the cowardly lion in The Wizard of Oz. Over the years, Betty Grable and Harry James, the Osbournes, Paul McCartney, Alan Ladd Jr., and Don Johnson and Melanie Griffith have all called this nine-bedroom residence home. Recently remodeled, the gated estate features Connecticut/Hamptons-inspired interiors by Ralph Lauren, two master suites, a guest house, a wine cellar, a vintage-style bowling alley, a putting green, a tennis court, a pool, a spa, and...

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1. 18th century Georgian estate with 21st century amenities.

Perched on a whopping 132 acres in upstate New York’s pastoral Dutchess County, this historically significant brick Georgian seamlessly blends the beauty of the past with today’s modern luxuries. Known as Bogardus Hall, the six-bedroom stunner was built in 1781 and overlooks the Webatuck Creek. The home has undergone a careful restoration and retains original flooring, woodwork, period rooms, fireplaces and detailing throughout. Amenities include a chef’s kitchen, a wine cellar, a gym, a guest house, and possibly one of the most luxurious garages ever (the detached four bay garage comes with a car wash, office, fireplace and full bath). The stately country manor will...

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Charlotte Moss, one of the world’s leading interior designers, is well known for her warm, comfortable, and incredibly luxurious interiors that expertly blend American, European, and Classical influences. Moss’ designs, which range from private spaces to collections of furniture, fabrics, trims, carpet, decorative accessories, and jewelry, all exude an effortless elegance that is incredibly alluring and distinctly her own.

After opening her distinguished firm in New York in 1985, Moss was quickly named a...

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The 34th San Francisco Fall Antiques Show (FAS) will kick off on Wednesday, October 21, with an opening night Preview Gala at the Fort Mason Center’s Festival Pavilion in the city’s posh Marina District. The distinguished fair, which brings together an extraordinary range of fine and decorative arts, including American, English, Continental, and Asian furniture and decorative objects, fine art, jewelry, and much more, will be chaired by the leading interior designer Suzanne Tucker.

Says Tucker, “Many of the finest dealers from...

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1. John Barrymore’s Hollywood Estate Has True Star Appeal. 

This magnificent Beverly Hills estate oozes Old Hollywood glamour and with good reason -- it was once home to silver screen legend (and Drew’s grandfather), John Barrymore. Built in the 1920s by John Byers in the architect’s signature Spanish Colonial revival style, the residence was originally owned by the film director King Vidor. Barrymore purchased the seven-bedroom home in 1927 and lived there until his death in 1942. The estate is full of unique and decadent details, including an entryway fireplace, an octagonal living room, an opium den, an oversized paneled library, and an in-home pub replete with floors fashioned from the trunks of redwood trees. In addition to the main house, the 3.4-acre property includes two guest cottages and a recently constructed two-story guest house. Owning this piece of Hollywood history will set you back...

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Suzanne Tucker is recognized today as one of the country’s leading interior designers, known for her timeless style, elegant interiors and her passion for antiques, architecture and the decorative arts. Her award-winning projects are frequently published in magazines worldwide and Architectural Digest has honored her repeatedly on the inimitable AD100 list of top designers. Having worked under the legendary Michael Taylor and often referenced as his protégée, she and her husband/partner Timothy F. Marks, founded Tucker & Marks in 1986 building it into the distinguished firm it is today. Suzanne Tucker Home was launched in 2010 with her textile, tabletop and home furnishings line. Suzanne's first monograph, Rooms to Remember, The Classic Interiors of Suzanne Tucker (The Monacelli Press, 2009) was followed by...

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