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My Master Bedroom Sitting Area. In this view, I wouldn't have a table and chair or a second chandelier. But the wall that we can't see would have a large built-in cabinet. I'd like a built-in small hutch just like the one shown.

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Home Tour: celebrity hair stylist, Jen Atkin's Hollywood home — The Decorista

Jen Atkin and her husband, photographer Mike Rosenthal, teamed up with AllModern and Consort Design to create the serene oasis of their dreams.

Cleaning out a closet—shedding the gaudy Hawaiian shirt you never wore and those outdated shoes—is one thing. Editing years of acquired furniture and keepsakes is quite another. A silver tray can transport us back in time as readily as a photograph. Memories of people and places we love lodge themselves inside books and cupboards, only waiting for us to turn a page or open a door. So Greenwich-based interior designer Amy ­Aidinis Hirsch faced a monumental challenge. Over time, her clients’…

Cleaning out a closet—shedding the gaudy Hawaiian shirt you never wore and those outdated shoes—is one thing. Editing years of acquired furniture and keepsakes is quite another. A silver tray can transport us back in time as readily as a photograph. Memories of people and places we love lodge themselves inside books and cupboards, only waiting for us to turn a page or open a door. So Greenwich-based interior designer Amy ­Aidinis Hirsch faced a monumental challenge. Over time, her clients’…

All That Matters - New England Home Magazine

All That Matters - New England Home Magazine

Cleaning out a closet—shedding the gaudy Hawaiian shirt you never wore and those outdated shoes—is one thing. Editing years of acquired furniture and keepsakes is quite another. A silver tray can transport us back in time as readily as a photograph. Memories of people and places we love lodge themselves inside books and cupboards, only waiting for us to turn a page or open a door. So Greenwich-based interior designer Amy ­Aidinis Hirsch faced a monumental challenge. Over time, her clients’…

Cleaning out a closet—shedding the gaudy Hawaiian shirt you never wore and those outdated shoes—is one thing. Editing years of acquired furniture and keepsakes is quite another. A silver tray can transport us back in time as readily as a photograph. Memories of people and places we love lodge themselves inside books and cupboards, only waiting for us to turn a page or open a door. So Greenwich-based interior designer Amy ­Aidinis Hirsch faced a monumental challenge. Over time, her clients’…