We’ve written about our admiration for living design icon, Eva Zeisel before, so you can imagine how tickled we were to see this feature in New York magazine’s design issue about her Rockland County studio. Though she has lived on the Upper West Side (near Columbia U., near Angela M!) for decades, her design studio is on an old, eclectically decorated farmhouse. We especially love this photo of her dining room, which features a collection of gorgeous yet well-worn rugs (Tibetan? Afghanistan?), sensuous wooden candleholders, and folksy blue-and-white plates. It’s a reminder to buy things you love, not trends. Click here to see more at New York Mag.