Monday, June 28, 2010

New York è bell'in Italiano

One of our favorite things about New York is that it's an amalgam of cultures, architecture, art design, flavors and opinions. Take a look around, you can be transported to the most surprising places. Here's a little bit of Italy on our New York streets:

The columns of Colonnade Row on Lafayette

Romantic palette and stucco above a parking lot on East 12th Street

Michelangelo would be proud, Lafayette and Bond



  1. The photo of the window is perfect.
    I was wondering, how would you frame it?

  2. Love that question! We'd keep it simple--maybe a 3" white mat with a plain maple frame (as long as the depth of the frame is greater than the width!).