Do you click around NYSD House archives and drool on your keyboard? I do.
Lisa Jackson’s portrait by Francesco Clemente is my favorite piece in her home.
I also enjoy the art deco chandelier in her dark and mysterious dining room. Recall seeing this in May 2006 Elle Decor? I do.
The stacks and stacks of books… I can relate to this look. I believe that there is no such thing as too many books. (Mom, that house full is an exception.)
The intrigue behind NYSD is the raw and real-lifeness of the photos. Minimal styling. Weights weren’t moved from under the bench, and that delights me. I like seeing how people really live… Selbyish.
I even like seeing that window unit in the kitchen. Not yet convinced on the ceiling fan with the light kit, but I might come around on that one.
The daughters room is real and pretty. Don’t you wonder just how old this room’s little occupant is?
photography by Jeffrey Hirsch