New York Lifestyles Magazine - Sue Phillips - July/August 2021

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Internationally acclaimed artist Isabelle van Zeijl has turned her eye toward flower waste. Using flowers salvaged from local growers, Van Zeijl has created a powerful series that explores nature’s cycles, personal growth, and joyous liberation. Info:

Infinity roses from Amaranté London are the ultimate in high-end gifting and decor. Their exquisite farm-raised and preserved roses are guaranteed for at least a year. Info:

For the appreciator of fine custom art, JFR Glass offers handmade, one-of-a-kind drinkware. What begins in a 2150°F furnace culminates in a dazzling array of glasswork. These rock glasses are the showpiece of any collection. Info:

BOLD & BEAUTIFUL The Corbett Lighting Ginger Pendant light is an absolute drama queen—and thank BEADED SPLENDOR goodness. With a convivial glow and bold RAKU CRAFT Bursts of whimsy infuse our soirees contrasts, it beckons guests for a lingering Micucci Interiors—specializing in luxury with lightheartedness. The Riviera Tray evening. Info: décor and fine art—is the mecca of whimsy. Set from Poppy + Sage is adorned Featured here, Naked Raku Ceramic Bowl with elaborate beadwork—balancing by Italian product designer Denis Di elegance and function with ease. Info: Luca. Bespoke designs are available on request. Info:




Handmade tile by actual artisans. Welcome to Mercury Mosaics—where stunning tile comes in every imaginable color and pattern. This mermaid tile installation—in ocean hues—captures the essence of coastal magic. Info:

Shabby Chic’s Savannah Tufted Chaise Lounge offers textiles of subtle refinement— blush velvets, florals on sage, and pale blues. Its soft curves provide a whimsical reprise from modern-day angles. Info:

Fine art photographer Gray Malin’s subjects range from llamas to umbrella-speckled beach scenes. Party Time at The Parker, seen here, is an effervescent pop of elephant eccentricity. Info: •