MY OBSERVATION: NEW YORK OBSERVER
Here’s what I know about the New York Observer, “chronicling the latest developments in finance, media, real estate, politics, society, tech and culture with an insider’s perspective, a keen sense of curiosity and a sharp wit. Aimed at a sophisticated readership of influential young urban professionals, it illuminates the characters behind the scenes of the nation’s economic and cultural industries, offering a real-time narrative of power, ambition and creativity.”
Here’s what they know about me:
I was quoted September 30th, thank you 🙂 “What sets a square room apart from a box with four walls,” says Samantha Knapp. “it the details, be it molding, chair rails or beadboard. The outcome is a softer and warmer personalized space.
I said this to the author, Rebecca Morse, who’s assigment it was to capture the value pre-war architectural detail has in New York apartment buildings. We connected through Wellbuilt’s Mitch Kidd (www.wellbuiltco.com). The molding in the hallway a Wellbuilt add-on paired with traditional styled David Hicks runner, I selected make this space.
I also like the projector, the reference to time and space. Old tradition stops at a point and New tradition takes place. It is how history repeats itself. In the words of Ken Kesey; “It’s time to move on to the next step in the psychedelic revolution. We’ve reached a certain point, but we’re not moving any more.”
Good design affords me that opportunity. It can be said as much about a old piece of furniture becoming new, then it can about love. It thrills me everyday that http://www.tigerlilysgreenwich.com stands for that.
Thank you New York Observer for recognizing my expertise. Thank you New York Obsever that you recognizing me as a loyal, preservationist. Everything about http://www.tigerlilysgreenwich.com, is about protecting and cherishing what we’ve got.
I pass on this lesson that hasn’t been published by me yet, Work with you have in life and go forward. That is the best you do.