Since we are moving in less than a month, my boyfriend and I wanted to squeeze in some New York City must-sees before we leave. On Sunday, we visited the Frick Collection, located across from Central Park at 1 East 70th Street. The mansion was the former residence of Henry Clay Frick and was designed by Thomas Hastings. The home was completed in 1914 and was meant to show off Mr. Frick’s collection of paintings, sculpture, French furniture, and oriental rugs. Because much of the home was used as it is still shown today, we had a great time looking at the interior design and decor of the mansion. The Collection has been open to the public since 1935. Though some of the Gilded Age frames were a little elaborate for our tastes, I liked the idea of having so much artwork in one’s home and surrounding yourself with things that you love. You can plan your own visit to the Frick Collection by going to www.frick.org.