Monthly Archives: July 2009

Now iPhone Enabled!

So I wrote yesterday about being more timely with my blogging so that I would never again be compelled to write four blog entries in a day like I did yesterday. So five minutes I fired my iPhone and found, … Continue reading

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Gwyneth Paltrow’s Hampton’s Home

So a few weeks ago I came across an online discussion about celebrity baby rooms, which included a picture and reference of Apple Paltrow’s.  Of course, being the “pop culture” junkie, design aficionado, and voyeur that I am, I did … Continue reading

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Cool Design for a Penny

So before word leaks out to Andre Balazs, another idol of mine, that I spoke poorly of his hotel in my blog, since his people and my people are that tight, I had a write another post about how GREAT … Continue reading

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Motel 6: From Budget to Boutique?

Since I count Ian Schrager as an idol of mine, I’ve always been plugged into hip, stylish boutique hotels.  I remember one-time where in my zealousness to try out the then-new Paramount in New York, I convinced my rather burly … Continue reading

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Road Trip in Style

So in this economy, luxury travel is not so cool anymore.  The thought of paying hundreds for hotel room for one night when people cannot or can barely pay their mortgage seems a bit pretentious.  That’s why life’s simple pleasures … Continue reading

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The Pint-Sized Crib

So I found this amazing new product today called the Alma crib made by bloombaby.  As you can see it’s a crib that collapses to about 10″.  When collapsed, the crib looks like a modern radiator heater.  Considering how many … Continue reading

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M.I.A.

So as you can see I haven’t blogged in a while but for no very good reason.   Of course, like everyone, I am busy with life but I’ve thought about my blog throughout.  The problem is… I feel compelled to … Continue reading

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