Domestic goddess (and partner to New York's current Governor Andrew Cuomo) Sandra Lee has eight Christmas trees in her home. EIGHT. "I decorate all of them, and I buy all of the decorations," she told Vanity Fair, reportedly while laughing. "Even Andrew says, 'Oh my God.'" Oh my god indeed, you holiday lunatic.
If you were one of the people who shed a shimmery Hollywood Regency tear when Domino folded in 2009, come on, get happy: A special "Quick Fixes" edition of Domino will show up on newsstands in April.
Apparently the lampshade is supposed to be in the shape of the singer's signature weave-hive hairdo. The 'Amy' lamp is available as a floor lamp ($1500), and as a table light ($740). According to Splash:
Rumor has it that Courtney Love has "ruined" her West Village townhouse. The property owner, Donna Lyon, claims that Love covered up vintage hand-finished walls: "One of the requirements of the lease is that nothing should be done to the interiors… Courtney has wallpapered and painted a large portion of the property…
Having difficulty searching for perfect gift? Do you have a time machine? Well, why not take it back to 19-something-awful and purchase this glorious bit of crapsidermy, ideal for the serial killer or terminal hipster bastard in your life.
Now that the Kate Middleton, the Princess — sorry, Duchess Of Cambridge — has moved into a royal residence in Kensington palace, she's begun to make some adjustments. The Brit papers do not take this lightly, claiming that she has "turned up her nose" at the mansion. They probably considered headlines like "Princess…
The Plastic Collection is here! After the jump, enter a world as pink and frivolous as your tiny shrunken heart — from the minds who brought us the $25,000 Barbie foosball table. Bring your credit card!
The September issue of Elle Decor goes where many women have gone before: John Mayer's bedroom. What does it look like where the magic happens?
Domino, pitched to Condé Nast in 2004 by then House & Garden editor Deborah Needleman, was shut down last week, and, according to the Times, a lot of people are sad.