Larry Laslo’s dining room at Kips Bay 2008 – Photo by Raeanne Giovanni-Inoue for The New York Times This post is a little slow in coming, but I just noticed that there is an excellent video on the Robert Allen site of Larry Laslo doing a walk-thru of his space at the 2008 Kips Bay … Read more
Judy Kensley McKie is recognized as a premiere figure in the American studio furniture movement. Her furniture in carved and painted wood and in cast bronze, marble, stone, and resin occupies a singular position in the field. The work is infused with a lively awareness of modernist and contemporary art and also of the approaches … Read more
Ruby Lane is one of the world’s largest online marketplaces for vintage and antique goods including art, furnishings, jewelry, silver, crystal and more. I was asked to select a favorite item from their offerings to be included in their holiday issue of Ruby Read, their digital magazine. Here is the online listing for the Royal … Read more
After 10 weeks and 10 contestants sent home, Top Design on Bravo is down to 3 final challengers – Preston Lee, Nathan Thomas and Ondine Karady – and tonight is the season finale! And stay tuned – I’ll be doing a podcast interview with the winner tomorrow! As I’ve mentioned before, we’re running a design … Read more
Interior design and architecture is a world of details, historical facts and mathematical figures. There’s a lot to know. I wanted to be sure to share my Pinterest Board called Resources and Info where I collect infographics on all kinds of subjects, including: Styles of Chair Backs Optimal dimensions for light fixtures over a table … Read more
Starting today, I am a guest designer over at Design Talk. Check out my answers to very specific design questions such as white on off-white decorating and what to do when you can’t change the rug!Thanks to Design Talk for the opportunity!
There are many aspects of interior design that aren’t the pretty and sexy parts, but it doesn’t mean they aren’t important. A good quality carpet pad will not only protect your floors and carpets, they are safety items as well. According to the National Safety Council “Falls are one of the leading causes of unintentional … Read more
Lee Jofa has launched a new line of fabrics and trims with Kelly Wearstler called Groundworks. These colors are so fresh looking – especially as we’re heading into Winter here in New England. Click here to view the fabrics and here for the trims. These fabrics are available only to the trade. If you need … Read more