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Housepad takes you behind the scenes at our favorite designers’ homes.

Jeffrey Alan Marks on
Creating a Stylishly Organized Closet

Fashion does not forgo function in Los Angeles designer Jeffrey Alan Marks’ closet. Learn how he’s organized a space that’s as seasonally stylish as his wardrobe and as personal as his decor.

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Keeping your Home Clean
the Murchison-Hume Way

Housepad visits Murchison-Hume founder Max Kater, who demonstrates how her cleaning products work as well (not to mention safely) as they look and smell.

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Ashley Whittaker on
Holiday Baking Organization

Designer and young mother Ashley Whittaker shows Housepad how she can cook up a stylish storm with her family over the holidays thanks to thoughtful organization.

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Lee Stanton on Collecting
and Living with Antiques

Antiquarian Lee Stanton doesn’t just sell antiques: he lives with them in a modern apartment tower in Los Angeles. Housepad gets invited in for a tour and finds out why Stanton not only collects antiques, but how he feels they can add dimension to a contemporary environment.

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At Home with
Lela Rose

Fashion designer Lela Rose takes us inside her glamorous TriBeCa home where the simple pleasures of biking to work are as celebrated as hosting dinners for one hundred.

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At Home with
Windsor Smith

Celebrated Los Angeles designer Windsor Smith opens up her doors to her family home, where life is all about savoring and celebrating the things she loves best.

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Ken Fulk on
Welcoming Houseguests in Style

His house guests are some of the most important people in his life, so in his Provincetown retreat, Ken Fulk offers them all the special details—from fresh fruit in their rooms to vintage bikes to explore — to make them feel right at home.

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Windsor Smith
on Creating the Perfect Bar Cart

Designer Windsor Smith shows us how she likes to greet her guests with a bart cart full of “bells and whistles” as soon as they come in her door (as long as it’s after 3pm!)

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At Home In The Garden video
with Carolyne Roehm

Housepad is proud to sponsor this Quintessence At Home With video visit to the extraordinary Connecticut gardens of Carolyne Roehm. Learn from Carolyne herself how she plans, nurtures, grows and then even paints, her beloved flowers and vegetables.

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Jeffrey Alan Marks
on Creating a Bathroom Sanctuary

Los Angeles designer Jeffrey Alan Marks shows Housepad App how he has created a bathroom retreat so enticing, even his dinner party guests end up congregating there.

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At Home with Michael Bruno
in Tuxedo Park

Founder of 1stdibs, Michael Bruno is the creator of Housepad App—the app that’s sweeping the design industry. Just as he revolutionized the design world and the way antiques dealers run their businesses with 1stdibs, Michael thinks Housepad will change the way we run our homes. Watch a video of Michael at his home, situated on over 100 acres in Tuxedo Park, New York.

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Alex Papachristidis on
organizing a china collection

Whether he’s throwing brunch for four or a dinner for forty, designer Alex Papachristidis has found unique systems to ensure that the beloved blue and white china patterns he collects, are continually mixed, matched and above all, used.

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Setting the table for family and friends
with Alex Papachristidis

Designer Alex Papachristidis is constantly entertaining family and friends at his Hamptons country house, so setting an inviting table always matters, no matter the season or occasion.

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Creating the perfect pantry
with Alex Papachristidis

Since everybody in his extended family has different palates and diets, designer Alex Papachristidis ensures that the pantry in his Hamptons home doesn’t lack for choice. It’s all about being as considerate a host, as organized.

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Quintessence At Home
With tour of Alex Papachristidis’
Hamptons home

Come for a private tour at designer Alex Papachristidis’ welcoming family home in the Hamptons. While the house may be gloriously formal, the way the extended family lives in it is not. Every room is used, with children, dogs and guests galore.

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Michael Bruno on the art of
keeping a well-stocked pantry

By keeping a well-stocked refrigerator and pantry, Housepad and 1stdibs founder Michael Bruno discovers that his system doesn’t just keep his family satiated, but also allows him to be a spontaneous host, even in his remote country home in Tuxedo Park.

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Michael Bruno’s
dream linen closet

Buying and restoring a grand old house in Tuxedo Park, fulfills Housepad App and 1stdibs founder Michael Bruno’s dream of owning a large linen closet where he can separate and display his bedding by category and season.

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Michael Bruno’s
Tuxedo Park laundry room

In his Tuxedo Park retreat, Housepad and 1stdibs founder Michael Bruno shows why keeping a stylish and efficient laundry room— right down to the dapper detergent— matters to him.

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Windsor Smith on organizing
her kitchen shelves

Transparency’s the name of the game in designer Windsor Smith’s kitchen. View how she applies her mantra of “If you can see it, you’ll use it” to every glorious nook in her Los Angeles kitchen.

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Christopher Spitzmiller
on creating visual landscapes

Having a desk at home isn’t just a way to stay organized, it’s an excuse to stop and reflect on one’s day. Lighting designer and potter Christopher Spitzmiller’s desk in his Duchess County living room is a perfect example of creating such a moment.

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Christopher Spitzmiller
in his country kitchen

Lighting designer and potter Christopher Spitzmiller uses his kitchen and dining area in Duchess County, New York to seamlessly combine function and personalization so life’s essentials and his favorite collections stay close at hand.

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Christopher Spitzmiller’s
love for linens

Lighting designer and potter Christopher Spitzmiller is wonderfully particular when it comes to dressing the beds in his Duchess County home. Find out how it’s all about visual contrast and personalization.

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Susanna Salk on styling
her home office

Design author and stylist Susanna Salk not only works from her Connecticut home but in her bedroom. That’s why it’s important to outfit her desk with golden staples and stylish vessels to contain them. See how she has created an environment for both productivity and inspiration in her intimate home office.

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How stylist Susanna Salk
stores and styles her jewelry

When it comes to design author and stylist Susanna Salk’s jewelry collection, it’s very much about the art of display. And while limited tabletop space was initially a challenge, it ended up allowing her to enjoy every piece that mattered to her, that much more.

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Sharing a small closet:
Susanna Salk shares her secret

Sharing a small closet for over twenty-two years with her husband may be every fashionista’s nightmare, but for design author and stylist Susanna Salk, it’s a unique opportunity to stay edited and ultimately, dress better.

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A home tour chez stylist
Susanna Salk in Connecticut

Join Susanna as she busily prepares and then hosts a House Beautiful magazine shoot at her Connecticut home.

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