issue10coverOver the years, Anthology has provided Meg and I with the opportunity to work with a lot of people we’ve long admired. Among them is John Derian, whose Provincetown, Massachusetts, place was featured in Issue No. 10/Winter 2013. (His shop is always on my itinerary when I travel to NYC.) I love this shot of his white ceramics collection—look at all those Astier de Villatte pieces!—and it was an easy pick for the cover.

Below are additional images from our shoot with John in his lovely home. You can buy Issue No. 10 as well as all other available back issues right here.

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{ Purchase Issue No. 10/Winter 2013 }


Tabarka Studio

by Nancy on November 25, 2015

anthologymag-blog-TabarkaStudio-1I grew up in a ranch-style house that was built in the mid-1950s, and our bathroom was hideous. Even at 11 years old, I knew that the pink and brown tiles paired with a 1970s brick linoleum floor was a disaster. Although my current bathroom is much better than my childhood one, it is still dated and needs a fresh new look.

Around the holidays, I tend to daydream more than usual about updates to the house, as the season of welcoming guests gets under way. And lately, I’ve been obsessing over these gorgeous tiles by Tabarka Studio. They hand make their tiles out of terra cotta, and hand paint each one. Many of the designs have a unique glazing finish that gives the tiles an aged look. The company was started in 2000 by creative director Meir Zenati, and if you’re in Scottsdale, Arizona, you can visit their studio there. Tabarka also produces an impressive luxury flooring line called Stone & Wood. So many possibilities and so much renovation inspiration!




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issue8coverAh, good ol’ Issue No. 8! One of my favorite things about our Summer 2012 release was the cover image, which wrapped around to the back as well. (It’s a shot of designer Erica Tanov in her home studio.)

This is among the back issues that we’re currently selling—but I should warn you that inventory on No. 8 is low. As you can see from the small sampling below, there are a number of beautiful interiors featured in the magazine, including Erica’s home.

Pure & Simple: The Los Angeles abode of photographer Meiko Takechi Arquillos


Lived-In Grandeur:The Berkeley house of designer Erica Tanov

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Home | Work:The Seattle residence of the couple behind Ladies & Gentlemen Studio

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{ Purchase Issue No. 8/Summer 2012 }


Lyndie Dourthe

by Kate on November 24, 2015


It’s been a bit cold and dreary here the past few days, and I have been craving some bright, rich color to lift my spirits. I went hunting for some super-saturated artwork, and I discovered the beautiful paper botanical creations of Lyndie Dourthe.

Dourthe has a keen eye for detail and texture, and uses a combination of watercolor painting and paper cutting to create some truly incredible pieces. You can see more of her work, including some of her commissioned work for print publications here. If you’re lucky, you may be able to snag one of her works, which she occasionally offers for sale.






issue4_coverIssue No. 4/Summer 2011 will always have a special place in my heart for several reasons, including: It marked the completion of our first year of publishing Anthology, and my home is featured in the magazine. Below are a few more spreads from the issue, and you can still check out a sampling on the content in our online preview.

If you’d like to purchase Issue No. 4, or any of our other available back issues, head over here, please.

The Life Aquatic: The houseboat that stylist, photographer, and author Pia Jane Bijkerk called home


Meet Me in Marfa: A travel dispatch from the west Texas townIssue4_Marfa-opener_600

Going with the Grain: The upstate New York home of the couple behind Blackcreek Mercantile & Trade Co.

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{ Purchase Issue No. 4/Summer 2011 }