Editor-in-Chief Gregory Cerio welcomes us to the latest issue of ANTIQUES
Folk art, self-taught art, and handmade furniture and crafts bring warmth, wit, and a spirit of communal kinship to the home of Marc and Laurene Krasny Brown
What our magazine’s long-running and most popular feature series “Living with Antiques,” tells us about time, taste, and our mercurial rapport with the material realm
Take a dive into our archives with the Gershes!
In suburban Philadelphia, art and industry are joined in a residence commissioned in 1901
“My husband said the house screamed for antique furniture–but I have a hard time with sameness.”
Jayne describes what he does as “collage decoration”
English inspiration, American creativity, and a bit of historical luck are joined in the author’s house and gardens
You might say that this story begins with a canary-yellow jug.
Step into Sharon and Mack Cox’s house in Richmond, Kentucky, and your eye might land first on the large stone fireplace at the end of their open living room
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