Dynamic Design

In New York, less-than-large living arrangements are the norm, requiring a keen eye to stretch the aesthetics. For a pair of empty nesters with a nine-hundred -square-foot one-bedroom dwelling, Leyden Lewis, owner and design director of Brooklyn-based Leyden Lewis...

A Petite Pied-a-terre

In densely populated cities, space may be limited, but style is boundless. People flock to these cultural melting pots for the experience—the art, the cuisine, the shows, the fashion, and the infinite energy. And in the heart of frenzied Midtown Manhattan, surrounded...

Winter Blooming Shrubs

It’s relatively easy to have colorful flowers when temperatures rise above sixty degrees, but what about the winter garden, when cold winds blow and the dreariness of November sets in? That’s when it takes a bit more planning to produce a garden that yields delicate...

The Quick Energy Fix

You’ve got a project due at work, Thanksgiving travel plans to book, and kids to help with their homework every night.  Faced with such a full schedule of activities and obligations, you’re likely feeling overwhelmed and wondering where all your energy went. And, as...

Bright Possibilities

Michelle Workman dresses homes and commercial spaces for the Los Angeles elite through Michelle Workman Interior. She stays true to her design roots by utilizing simple yet elevated color palettes. Drawing inspiration from her time spent in Florida, Georgia, and...