Category: Ithaca

In Kingston NY, a Massive Warehouse Filled with the City’s Architectural Past

With three floors stuffed to the ceiling, Zaborski Emporium is a designer’s secret playground to source doors, columns, chandeliers, stained glass, sinks and everything else.

2022 NYC Museum Tour: Queens Museum

I decided to kickstart my museum season with Queens Museum, a building formerly used as NYC pavilion during New York

A Quaint Flea Market Made of Shipping Containers in Bushwick

Along Broadway, between Belvedere and Locust Streets, a series of shipping containers make a tiny quaint flea markets featuring used

A Factory Load of Used and New Records in Dover, NJ

A new large record store opened recently in a large warehouse in Dover, NJ (an hour East of NYC). Factory

Refined Tastes at An Upstate Antique Show

On a recent foggy Saturday a long line of cars zigzagged outside of Stone Ridge Orchard in Upstate New York, a few miles South of Kingston.

A Treasured Collection by Yale’s Rare Book Librarian

When Yale curator and rare book librarian Susan Alon decided to try something new in 1998, she set up a

At Clinton Antique Center, The Best Things Are Not for Sale

When you walk into Clinton Antique Center in Clinton, CT, the jaw drops as you see hundreds of massive and

A Hotel in New Haven Inspired by Yale and Wes Anderson

One of the best places to stay for a design-conscious mind that would like to enhance the studious ambiance of

Street Scenes in Bridgeport, CT

On my way to New Haven on a recent Sunday, I stopped by at Bridgeport, CT — a quaint historic