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Pattern Play with Geometrics

Geometric design can be used in the building of structures, the interior of spaces and in the fashion world. From a modern sitting room to a traditional dining room, geometrics are sure to be a showstopper no matter the style…

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Riverside Drive Photos

Beautiful photos from completed Riverside Drive, Manhattan project are ready to view. Take a look at this gorgeous solution, complete with breathtaking Hudson River views!

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Naturally Neutral with Textured Solids

Aspen is also known for its outrageous homes and architecture. Every structure is built to capitalize on the incredible views outside the windows. Whether they are views of the mountains far away, or of clusters of Aspen Trees, nature is the artwork! My July guest blog for Greenhouse Fabrics is all about choosing fabrics and furnishings that do not compete with the outside beauty…

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Chihuly @Botanical Gardens, NY

Each piece was masterfully incorporated into the natural scenery to look as if Mother Nature herself lent a hand. These one-of-a-kind installations highlight the synergy between Chihuly’s organic shapes and the natural environment…

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Fabrics Fit for a Royal Oasis

Blue and white is a classic pairing that never goes out of style. We see this color combination predominately in home decor and all things fashion. There are endless shades of blue and white combinations which create a beautiful and cohesive space…

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WithIt New York Design Tour 2017

WithIt is a Women’s Leadership Development Network that aims to encourage and develop leadership, mentoring, education and networking opportunities for professional women in the home and furnishings industries…

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Design Newsletter, May 2017

After 30 years in her 750 sq ft. condo, it was time for an overhaul. Everything was outdated or just plain falling apart. DONATE, ELIMATE or KEEP were the names of the piles created after going through decades of collecting. The condo is now empty and the construction has started!

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Welcome our Intern

DW Design & Decor warmly welcomes our newest intern, Katie Baskind. She has just graduated from UMass Amherst with a Bachelors Degree in Psychology. Katie has had a passion for design since a young age…

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Kips Bay Decorator Show House

Its hard to believe that the Kips Bay Decorator Show House is celebrating its 45th year! A home in Manhattan is re-designed into a magnificent showpiece annually for this event. Residing on 125 East 65th Street, this gorgeous Manhattan home has been transformed into an exquisite space…

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Susan H. ~ Pleasantville, NY

“Denise is creative, energetic and fabulous to work with. She respects the clients tastes and budget: She returns phone calls and emails in a timely fashion and arrives promptly for all appointments…

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The Oculus

Light floods through the eye-catching transportation hub in lower Manhattan on a beautiful summer day. The PATH (Port-Authority Trans Hudson) train station, adjacent to the World Trade Center, was destroyed during the 9/11 attacks…

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Artful Expression

The color palettes seen at the Spring High Point Furniture & Accessory Market were playful and filled with energy! There was a cultural root to the fabric patterns without noting its specific geographic origin, reflected in the Greenhouse Fabrics May 2017 fabric introductions. The one recurring theme that I observed is that our home is our gallery….

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The common element throughout is good design. There’s always a reason why an element is chosen for a certain place, whether it’s a colorful painting in a room or a specific fabric on a chair. There’s also a functionality to every item that is unique to each project’s solution. It’s sort of like an oversized jigsaw puzzle with a place and reason for each piece.

“Your rooms are like a painting. Each component is a brushstroke to create the whole picture. It’s magic every time!”