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New York Textile Month

September was an exciting month for Textile & Fashion in NYC. As models were showing off the latest fashions on the runways, Textile Studios were open to interested members of the Trade to show off their newest lines and specialty designs…

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Guggenheim Museum, NYC

No structure is more beautiful to visit than the Guggenheim Museum in NYC. Solomon and Rebay Guggenheim commissioned Frank Lloyd Wright to design the permanent structure to house the Museum of Non-Objective Painting…

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Going Social @ the US Open

It may have looked liked me and my co-tennis-obsessed Designer friend Jana aka Trim Queen were playing hooky at the US Open this week. Well we kind of were! But what we also did, was have some fun using new Social Media tools to report on our findings and experiences around the US Open village…

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New York Now show, Javitz NYC

The NY NOW trade show is a market for Home, Lifestyle and trend setting gift items. The resources are from around the world and come together twice a year at the Javitz Center in NYC. This year boasted an extensive range of innovative designs and unique home decor items needed to put those finishing touches on our residential projects! Here is a photo recap of our FAVORITES!

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Storm King Art Center

Storm King Art Center is a leading sculpture park covering a pristine 500 acre open field in the Hudson Valley of NY. Visitors can view a collection of more than 100 carefully sited sculptures created by some of the most acclaimed artists of our time. Artists include Alexander Calder, Roy Lichtenstein and Zhang Huan.

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Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC

I had the pleasure of chaperoning my son’s 6th Grade Class at The MET the other day. This museum is one of my favorites having visited so many times through my own young school years through to design school. There is so much to see, great exhibits, and old favorites…

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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!”