After years of occasional retreats to their 19th century farmhouse in Somerset, New Jersey, New York City based designers John Dransfield and Geoffrey Ross became infatuated with a regal Georgian Revival estate named Cherryfields. At the time the home was occupied by 80 year old Nancy Pyne who, after living there for half a century, had put it up for sale. The couple eventually became close friends with Nancy and traded homes with her, making Cherryfields their own. What a fascinating tale behind such a storied and exquisite home . . .
Each collection by Ulyana Sergeenko gets better and better and as far as I am concerned, she is an absolute genius. By now we know what to expect from this talented designer: retro glam with a hint of bohemia, influenced heavily by her native Russian roots and beloved grandmother. Now who doesn’t love that?!
Lately I’ve been itching to visit Southeast Asia for the first time and discovering Dhara Dhevi in Chiang Mai, Thailand has motivated me to finally consider planning this trip. Can we talk about how spectacular and serene the architecture and the sprawling landscape of this miniature Thai kingdom is?