Wednesday, March 9, 2011


When antique dealer Bernd Goeckler decided to move from his Greenwich Village home above his shop, he called on architect Francine Monaco and interior designer Carl D'Aquino.

Goeckler desired a less formal home with light and various styles of furnishings.  The end result was a stunning home not far from his shop with plenty of light.  ENJOY!

Wow!  Margaret Russell is working overtime!  
The April issue of Architectural Digest is absolute perfection.  Get your copy now.

See you soon,

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quintessence said...

My subscription hasn't started so I am going to have to go out and buy this issue TODAY! What a spectacular space - so eclectic in style but understated glamour abounds - just LUV it.

The enchanted home said... many pretty things, love that tapestry, that black screen and the green on the bedroom wall..all beautiful!

Unknown said...

OMG! Teresa those red chairs are fabulous!! Great feature.

Julie@beingRUBY said...

Hi Teresa
Love the living space.. so light and airy.. and please I need that tree!! haha.. love it.. do you know the name?

Love the hallway in previous post too..

Thanks again for all your k ind comments.. you are too sweet!!! ciao xxxx Julie

Anonymous said...

love the velvet and brass..and all the gray and gilt and french accents...simply gorgeous designs..

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