Last Thursday top NYC Interior Designers showcased their vignettes of donated, high-end designer goods all for sale at 50% off retail prices for Housing Works’ Design on a Dime. Together we raised 1.1 million dollars to support the thousands of New Yorkers living with HIV/AIDS in New York City. These record-breaking funds will furnish the [...]
We’re starting out the new year with a fantastic LEED GOLD penthouse project in a new construction residential building in the Flatiron District. One would think a new construction project would be fairly straight forward and simple – but it’s actually not. Developers design these buildings so they can make fast money, and don’t always [...]
Yesterday I traveled out to embroidery’s Mecca – Penn and Fletcher in Long Island City, NYC. Being an interior designer, of course I’m always on the hunt for new and unique items that our client’s can’t get any where else and that none of their friends will have. Penn and Fletcher is the go-to for [...]
This NYC interior designer joined her best girlfriends who run the non-profit Friends of Fresh and Green Academy for the Give Good Market, which showcased 100′s of women owned businesses hawking sustainably made gifts, all for a great cause. Today I wanted to share with you some of my favorite goods for the home, along [...]
Last week, NYC’s top interior designers attended the annual What’s New What’s Next at the New York Design Center. We’ll be posting more info on what we saw and what we’re going to be using on upcoming interior design projects, but- I was most interested too learn that, hold on to your hat, chintz is [...]
Yesterday I took a break from a long day of jobsite hopping to stop by Profiles in the New York Design Center to meet Sara Wise – architect and founder of Sara Wise Design in Seattle, Washington. Not only is Sarah a super-cool design sister to meet, her line is one of the most well [...]
Tonight we headed over to Architectural Digest loves the New York Design Center. Architectural Digest’s editor-in-chief, Margaret Russell was on hand.
This year’s ICFF brought some pleasant surprises. There are too many things to mention in one post, so I thought I’d start with some of the new textiles.
I just returned from the Kips Bay Decorator Show House 2012. Tangerine Tango might be the Color of the Year but GREEN was the color at Kips Bay.
I was lucky enough to be one of nine interior designers from the New York Design Center’s Access to Design to design for Dining by Design.