This ‘To The Trade Only’ show allows retailers and designers to view new design-focused resources from around the world. It includes innovative products, home decor, furnishings and home textiles to view as well at tabletop and gourmet housewares.
Our Big Feature this month is a design solution for a living room that we called “Functional Geometry.” The room was rectangular and so were many of the architectural elements. We played off these shapes in our fabrics and furnishings to create a sophisticated, calming atmosphere….
“Trim Alchemy gives people a way to express their style in their dress, but most fulfilling in my eyes, is bringing a sense of soul to their home that they share with their family.”
ASID NY Metro’s Holiday Party was at the beautiful new Newel Antiques showroom on the East side in Manhattan.
The Magazine just published this interesting article highlighting what we can expect for Home Fashions in 2016 and the role of Interior Designers in helping clients make the right decisions. I was even quoted a couple of times too!
I joined the WithIt NY chapter to tour the Holiday House in NYC. It was located at The Academy Mansion on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. Individual rooms were decorated by many talented Interior Designers in Holiday themes celebrating life’s special occasions. The entry donation benefitted The Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
We’re in this weeks HGTV.Com! Great article on unique countertops including our fav!
Need some ideas for updating your space in 2016? Take a look at what the market is offering as inspiration!
The big High Point Furniture and Accessory Market in North Carolina was hustling and bustling this October! A tribute to a stronger economy and renewed interest in designers and retailers helping clients to refresh and renovate homes…
Newport Rhode Island is one of the most beautiful places to visit. It is rich in history, boasting the highest number of surviving Colonial buildings in the US (according to Wiki) and was founded in 1639. During the Gilded Age in the mid-1800’s, wealthy Southern planters seeking to escape the oppressive heat, built ‘Summer cottages’ such as the Breakers…
When jobs were moved to NYC, this suburban couple moved to the city. Their 7,000 sq foot home was cavernous as empty nesters. So they sold it and moved to a luxury building in NYC with 1500 spacious sq feet on the upper West Side of Manhattan…
Sophisticated Living is our focus for the June Newsletter! Is living in Luxury for you? Then view unique photos from the ICFF show in NYC and the Garner Arts Festival…Lots of Eye Candy!