LOVE GOING HOME ™
Housepad takes you behind the scenes at our favorite designers’ homes.
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.
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.
Quintessence At Home
With tour of Alex Papachristidis’
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.