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  • Vignette of a New York City apartment with interiors by @katieridderinc and architecture by @peterpennoyerarchitects. Photo by Eric Piasecki
  • Now in its third decade but as vital as ever, the storied New York City decorating firm @cullmankravis has devoted itself to celebrating the alchemy that can happen in an interior when old meets new. Read more about the firm in this week''s #IntrospectiveMagazine, and be sure to pick up a copy of their new book, From Classic to Contemporary: Decorating with Cullman & Kravis (Monacelli Press). Photo by Eric Piasecki
  • It''s not just efficiency designers are after when creating these circling steps. Whether minimal and industrial, opulent or traditional, the spiral staircase can be a dazzling decorative addition to the home. Tour 21 spiral staircases that will make your head spin (in a good way) - link in bio! Design by Jean-Louis Deniot : Jon Coolidge
  • This walnut paneled reading nook designed by @kellybehunstudio is situated near the top of the tallest residential building in the western hemisphere. The coffee table is custom by Behun (available on 1stdibs), and the ceramic vase is by @codyhoyt. Photo by Richard Powers

Vignette of a New York City apartment with interiors by @katieridderinc and architecture by @peterpennoyerarchitects. Photo by Eric Piasecki

Now in its third decade but as vital as ever, the storied New York City decorating firm @cullmankravis has devoted itself to celebrating the alchemy that can happen in an interior when old meets new. Read more about the firm in this week''s #IntrospectiveMagazine, and be sure to pick up a copy of their new book, From Classic to Contemporary: Decorating with Cullman & Kravis (Monacelli Press). Photo by Eric Piasecki

It''s not just efficiency designers are after when creating these circling steps. Whether minimal and industrial, opulent or traditional, the spiral staircase can be a dazzling decorative addition to the home. Tour 21 spiral staircases that will make your head spin (in a good way) - link in bio! Design by Jean-Louis Deniot : Jon Coolidge

This walnut paneled reading nook designed by @kellybehunstudio is situated near the top of the tallest residential building in the western hemisphere. The coffee table is custom by Behun (available on 1stdibs), and the ceramic vase is by @codyhoyt. Photo by Richard Powers

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