Mar 6th 2009 12:18AM Chris, remember this is NY City living. Floor plan is ok. Love the colors and simplicity. I just couldn't get past the four poster bed with the rest of the decor - I'm confused - must be a family heirloom!
Mar 5th 2009 1:02AM She looks attractive, elegant, simple and smart. Understated elegance in ALWAYS in fashion, not to mention the great shape she is in!
I'm glad someone finally talked to her about wearing solid colors and losing the terrible floral prints, which have no place in the White House.
Feb 17th 2009 8:18PM Well Just Me I don't totally disagree with you. The log and rock is a little much. Some of the furnishings are appropriate for the space, but it's not warm and fuzzy enough. With that setting it could have been a little more inviting, not totally horrible though.
p.s. DJ I would have taken the White House, not the job, just the house!!
Feb 12th 2009 2:46PM I think this is fabulous in the right space. Soooo comfy! AND it comes smaller - great!
Feb 10th 2009 7:35PM Now why wouldn't Caroline want to keep it and give it to one of her children? It's such a wonderful momento to have.
Feb 5th 2009 1:52AM I agree that the price is steep for these times, but the kitchen, master bedroom, living room and indoor pool are just great. Fabulous setting, but for $30M how much does the sun shine in that part of Washington state? You can buy a lot of real estate for $30M. Good luck
Carol in CA
Jan 6th 2009 9:16PM The views are spectacular! The galley kitchen for a NYC apartment looks state of the art to me! Of course, warming it up a bit and making feel more "homey" with a little more texture and color, might make the asking price feel more inviting.
Dec 17th 2008 1:48AM Yup, it definitely could use a professional interior designer's touch. Great bones, but needs help creating the luxury home look, yet still comfortable enough to live in.
Dec 8th 2008 7:31PM Deidre: I couldn't resist commenting about Alfonso's house.
Staging this home to tap one's senses is a must do to highten the appeal for the buyer. The target market for this property requires the highest level of furnishings and smart accessories to stimulate a sale. Let's talk,
Spirited design from New York to Palm Springs, Carol http://www.duendedesign.com
P.S. Great work and interesting topics, you blog Diva!