A hospitality-adept interior designer sets the stage for entertainment occasions at home using antique tableware, silver, and glass from his well-built collection.
A look into how Indigenous chefs and activists are connecting traditional Native American foodways with modern-day dining.
In Connecticut, Ryan and Regina Cohn have created a live-in Victorian Gothic cabinet of curiosities.
Restoring the Daniel Hiester house, an eighteenth-century Pennsylvania gem
On the Purcell-Cutts House in Minneapolis
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
ANTIQUES contributors Benjamin Davidson and Pippa Biddle take us on a journey to admire Navajo weavings
A collection of antique Americana in a contemporary Pennsylvania house demonstrates once again the affinity between folk art and modern design
Take a dive into our archives with the Gershes!