Tuesday
Mar292011

InStyle Magazine

Tuesday
Mar292011

Newsday. Fall 2010.

Packed with accessories on two levels, this store is a haven for gift seekers. Its profusion of goods consists of a mix of traditional and transition styles so often sought after by Long Island homeowners, says co-owner Jack Schechter. With his wife Lois (and now two daughters), he has operated the store in Huntington's downtown for 15 years and offers full in-home design services. Some of its artsy offerings include natural seashell balls in various sizes ($12 to $32), urns, rustic signs ($18 to $250), a white resin stallion statue ($250) and a set of three pewter and white ceramic Italian canisters ($195 to $230). The shop's transitional (or contemporary classic) picture frames are hot; they're made of natural materials such as stitched leather, bone and raffia, as well as faux fur ($40 to 75). Iron coat racks ($155), iron, wood and upholstered head- and footboards ($495 and up), gilded mirrors ($195 and up) and other larger pieces round out this home collection.

Tuesday
Mar292011

People Magazine. September 6, 2010.

Jamie-Lynn Sigler's decor weakness? "I'm a big picture-frame person," says the actress, 29, whose go-to place to buy frames is Long Island's Just for the Home. Her biggest challenge? "I'm learning how to make them not look like clutter." Here are her frame-displaying tips.

1. "I like light-colored wood frames in my bedroom," says Sigler. 

2. "Some frames stand alone, and in other areas, I group them," she says. 

3. "I constantly rotate in different photos," she says. 

4. "I hang them in random places-like my walk-in closet," says Sigler. 

All frames available at Just for the Home, 631-271-5060