A Plan of Attack for the Urban Antique Hunter

Stepping into a Jack Spade store, you might wonder who the fabulous, well-traveled gent was who lived there. The clothing store pulls off a deft, eclectic, lived-in look: classic midcentury armchairs, salvaged-wood tables, a quirky collection of salt figurines amid the clothing. Read the full story here.

The Timeless Lure of Art Deco

WHEN the ballroom at Claridge’s hotel, one of London’s oldest Art Deco buildings, was in need of refurbishment not long ago, the powers that be called on Guy Oliver. Mr. Oliver, 42, is the managing director of the interior design firm Oliver Laws and an authority on the period. He did the interiors of Bryanston...

Antiques — Mid-Century Could Be Your New Style

Anyone looking to change up their interior décor these days would do well to look back before going forward. Paging through a recent issue of Interior Design magazine, other than the high-tech stuff and brushed chrome kitchens, there are some photos and ads that look like those from an issue of fifty or sixty...

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