"Gilded Owl has a more urban Euro-sophisticated edge—Gio Ponti meets eighties Memphis with a decidedly contemporary spin. Andy Goldsborough and Elizabeth Moore have pushed Warren Street into the future with their views on art and design."
"Farther afield BUT so worth the scenic drive is Sean Scherer’s, for lack of a better term, Cabinet of Curiousity Shop! An interior decorator himself, I could imagine Sean also being a set decorator for movies, plays and tv. His quirky shop is chock full of his vintage finds and I dare you to walk out without making a purchase or two! I mean, how can you resist a taxidermized crow, vintage photographs of affectionate cowboys, or even an anesthesia device from the 1920s!"
"This little gallery is a perfect vitrine into his world and allows you to get a glimpse of his work in one shot. This is how I discovered Matthew’s work, and this is how Matthew came to join Maison Gerard. After having discovered his work here, he decided to join shortly after."
"Le Belle Juliette Hermant has exquisite taste and a talent for sourcing out-of-the-ordinary objects whether it’s taxidermy, mismatched plates and glasses, door handles, a chair – they have it all. In winter she creates the most beautiful Christmas wreaths."
"There are few country antique shops left outside of Hudson, but a particularly fabulous one is Hillsdale Barn Antiques, with its wonderful selection of antique furniture and accessories from the region and folk art. I often wish my house were bigger so that I could keep shopping."
"Vincent has the most sophisticated eye and a passion for large architectural artifacts that, for the most part, are historically and regionally appropriate. These objects are also quite extraordinary."