Alison Pincus and Susan Feldman, founders of San Francisco-based One Kings Lane, recently hosted an apres-ski fete for Carolyne Roehm in Aspen to celebrate her fabulous new book, “A Passion For Interiors.”
Aspen was the perfect setting for the party, because one of the residences of the book is located there. Other homes that Roehm features in “A PAssion For Interiors” is her own dazzling Manhattan prewar duplex, and her antique-filled Colonial-era stone house in Connecticut.
San Francisco’s Vandy Boudreau and Telly and Barbara Vaughn Hoimes joined other design enthusiasts, including designer Nicole Miller, to toast Carolyne and enjoy tabletop designs by Michelle Nussbaumer and One Kings Lane.
Grant Gibson, another San Franciscan in the design world, also had a recent encounter with Carolyne Roehm at her Connecticut home, which you can read about in his blog.