Good taste. It can be demonstrated in what we do, where we go, how we decorate, and what we buy. It’s subjective, and sometimes elusive. In this issue of The High End, we explore many ways of defining good taste.
Our journey begins as we meet some of Europe’s rising design stars, and their latest crafts. Next, in our cover story, we learn that some of America’s best chefs are now serving American caviar — previously unheard of, but now considered world-class. Then, we look at the work of a jewelry designer who is making luxurious charms and lockets inspired by nature and vintage treasures.
Nothing reflects good taste more than the colors we choose for our homes, and the Focus story in this issue investigates the “color of the year” craze and its implications. Other tasteful features include a fun Details piece on gems in the powder room, a profile on luxurious train travel throughout the world, and a Wellness story on a vacation trend that involves a commitment to a healthy lifestyle.
Good taste, it turns out, can be seen in a chair, in a faucet, in a room, in a locket, in a train — or in something that is literally tasty.
I have forged a relationship with the publisher of Unique Homes that permits me to deliver The High End to you. I hope you find the magazine as entertaining as I do. And if you find yourself in need of a tasteful real estate professional, please keep me in mind.