In her personal book, Carolyne Roehm shares her lifelong love of classical architecture and design, inviting the reader into her favorite spaces in three homes. Each is an architectural showpiece as well as an example of her polished style. Even as a young design assistant to Oscar de la Renta, Carolyne Roehm was a devotee of the virtues of artistry.Having lived in several residences, she has gathered her knowledge, enthusiasms, and collections to make these three homes quintessential examples of the Roehm style. Each is individual - yet all showcase her leanings and devotion to the grace of authentic craftsmanship. The New York apartment, with its selection of antique busts and objects and superlative artwork and furnishings; the double-height great room, finished in handcrafted neoclassical details, that forms the heart of her Connecticut residence; Aspen's colorful, abundant interiors, light-flooded from 78 windows - all express the harmony that can exist between timeless architecture and the artisan's atelier.