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Sam Simon’s Finds at the Architectural Digest Home Show

Every year as winter loosens her hold on NYC, one treat I look forward to is heading to Pier 94 on the west side of Manhattan for the Architectural Digest Home Design Show. Walking the vast trade show is like flipping through the pages of the iconic magazine. […]

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Trendspotting with Sam Simon at the High Point Market

I traveled for the first time this month to experience the big momma of all the home furnishing trade shows, the High Point Market in North Carolina. Over 75,000 people flood the small town of High Point every six months in search of interesting finds and the hottest trends. […]...

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Design Reveal: Cute & Chic Pink Butterfly Nursery

I love the process of collaborating with other designers! You know, sometimes a design salad is exactly what is on the menu. On this special project, I was very excited to work with Bracha Schulhoff of  in Cedarhurst, New York. […] Read More...

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Vintage Posters in the Nursery

I feel incredibly lucky to live and work in New York City. To me, it is a never ending buffet of culture, food and eye candy! One of my favorite parts of town is the West Village. The West Village is a charming labyrinth of tree lined streets with gorgeous brownstones everywhere you look—the pace is slower and the scale smaller than most of Manhattan.click here to read in full

Tiny Tin Dollhouses: A Retro Nursery Accessory

Back in the 1950s, the average home size was under 1000 square feet. Since then, homes have more than doubled in size with the average new American family home being above 2,300 square feet. Is bigger always better? - click here to read in full

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