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Superstorm Sandy interrupted Halloween festivities last year, so many New Yorkers are making up for it this season.
Upon entering interior designers Cortney and Robert Novogratz's home on Thursday evening, Ms. Novogratz took our hand and hurried us to the haunted house on their basketball court.
There, Five Novogratz, one of the family's seven children, played a zombie and spooked guests including actor Fatima Ptacek, the voice of Dora the Explorer. The family's kids "all seem really cool," the 13-year-old actor, who dressed as Supergirl, said. "They were so helpful, they took me down for the tour and they helped me out when I was screaming hysterically."
Read the full article here - http://online.wsj.com/news/articles/SB10001424052702304799404579157672356988950
We often find ourselves waxing poetic about design power couple Bob & Cortney Novogratz. But with a career like theirs, how could we not? From winning the hearts of America on “9 by Design” and “Home by Novogratz” to rebuilding entire New York City blocks from the ground up”¦ their enviable portfolio has more than earned its place with the interior design elite.
Of course, their third and final collection with CB2 is just as fabulous as you’d imagine. Inspired by their New England country home, each piece has significant sentimental value and a whole lot of style. The Novogratz are big on tradition, and with this line- they hope to inspire you to start your own traditions as well. Whether it’s hanging a peace sign on your front door to welcome guests over the holidays (as they do) or having a Christmas Eve dance party with a disco gnome, you’re sure to find a piece that you’ll treasure for years to come.
Read the full article here - http://www.ruemag.com/trends-shopping/novogratz-cb2-holiday-collection
Something looked strikingly familiar about the photos on Page 242 of “Home by Novogratz,” the fashionable coffee-table tome about the HGTV design couple. Studying the images, I felt as if I’d seen that rug before: black-and-white with interlocking gender symbols. And that bed: custom-made platform with built-in side tables and a single-stripe blanket draped over your 10 little piggies. And that wall art: a handcrafted flag of Jamaica, a puckish twist on patriotism.
Wait a minute: That’s my room. The space that I was reading about was the same one that I was currently inhabiting. Reality TV, are you filming this meta-moment?
Read the full article here - Washington Post: Bed Check