Archive for the ‘Architecture’ Category

Keri Russell’s Gorgeous Brownstone.

May 9, 2011

I’ve envied Keri Russell’s fabulous hair since her Felicity days but it’s her gorgeous Brooklyn brownstone that I covet now. Elle Decor‘s June issue features Keri and her contractor husband Shane Deary’s 1860 remodeled home – A collaboration project for the new parents.


Living Room Envy.

December 9, 2010

Have you peeked at the latest issue of Lonny Mag yet? I’m loving designer Lulu de Kwiatkowski’s home. I haven’t settled into a new place since I’ve returned from London so I’m on the lookout for room inspiration… and er, the perfect apartment!


November 24, 2009

Would you live in a floating apartment complex? The floating ecopolis was designed by French architect Vincent Callebaut as an auto-sufficient amphibious city.

Dixie Loft.

October 9, 2009

Emily Robison, of the Dixie Chicks featured her gorgeous loft in the October issue of Metropolitan Home. See below for a sneak peak.







{Photos via Metropolitan Home}

I Miss You, Paris.

September 17, 2009

I’ve got a serious case of the end-of-summer blues. It doesn’t help, I’m sure, that Mercury is in retrograde and blocking my Jupiter dependency. Apparently I’ve only got a few more weeks of this before I can regain some sense of sanity.

Until then though, I just might find myself in one of these apartments on a whim. Paris is always the answer, isn’t it?





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Pools, Au Naturel.

August 20, 2009

It’s hot and sticky in Toronto, and I’m longing for a nice mid-afternoon dip! I’d love to do so in artist Nancy Adler’s eco-friendly pool. The natural pool, which is chemical-free and has its own living ecosystem, was built in collaboration with landscape architect Jonathan Alderson and inspired by the Austrian natural pool company Biotop.



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Kenmont Gardens Heaven.

August 1, 2009

I saw this beautiful converted church on Apartment Therapy. The light is incredible, I’d love a place like this! Check out Light Locations for more of these beautiful homes.






June 25, 2009

I’ve been in the US for over a week filming the last two episodes of my contract. The end is in sight, and my European adventure is anxiously approaching. Our first episode was based out of Blairsville, PA, a quaint bedroom community just north of Pittsburgh. On our drive to Washington, D.C., the team & I detoured to Mill Run, PA to see Frank Lloyd Wright’s gorgeous masterpiece: Fallingwater. It’s worth the detour, you won’t regret it.