Kim Ficaro is a New York based prop and interior stylist. She was style editor at Domino magazine. Since then she has continued to style for publications including Bon Appï¿½tit, Town and Country, and Elle. Todd Nickey is a Los Angeles-based interior designer and co-owner of Nickey Kehoe Inc. Ditte Isager is a photographer who resides in Copenhagen and New York. Her clients and projects include Noma, Toast, H&M, and Bon Appï¿½tit. Mayer Rus is the West Coast editor of Architectural Digest. Sarah Sophie Flicker is a filmmaker, and performer, and the cofounder of the Citizens Band.
"Inspired Home: Nest of Creatives by Kim Ficaro and Todd Nickey, celebrates the personal styles of dynamic creatives, revealing how inspirations translate to the home. The book opens the doors to masterful spaces of celebrated musicians, stylists, writers, producers, designers and tastemakers. With styles that vary from bohemian modern to beach chic, each space reflects how to live well among one's passions and histories." -EditorAtLarge.com "There's nothing we enjoy more than seeing how the other half lives--especially the cool creative half. You'll be jealous and inspired at the same time." -New York Post ..".beautiful coffee-table book...reaveals the inspiring combination of natural light and accidental, lived-in beauty." -New York Times Magazine "Good books transport us--and this one takes us right into beautiful homes across the country and beyond." -Martha Stewart Living ..".a brilliant new book...The 208 pages of this highly original book are filled with original, bohemian, quirky and expressive and wildly personal interiors. In this new book, Ficaro and Nickey--deeply involved in the creative worlds of New York--have gathered a worldly roster of talented and ingenious (and home-loving) 'creatives'. Their pals in the field and friends of friends in the book include stylists, artists, architects, editorial stylists, fashion designers, a photographer, as well as creative directors...The interiors shown in The Inspired Home are highly diverse and diverting. Those 'at home' include art directors who plan and style and direct the visuals for catalogs or marketing programs as well as photo stylists for fashion companies and furniture designers, a potter. Few are big names in decorating, but their style, collections, editing, and eccentricity shines through. If you love the comfort, aesthetic and power of 'imperfection' this is your book." -The Style Saloniste "In a beautifully crafted volume, Kim Ficaro and Todd Nickey immerse themeselves in the private worlds of some public creative types to "reveal the true nature of what makes a home a home." -Vogue Living