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 [...]
All New York panelists felt there is a growing connection between the fine art and interior design and that the lines are blurring.
In NYC interior design love your art and allow it to give you pleasure every day. If dollar signs are all you think about, it’s not good for your soul.
Last week this New York City interior designer took our Materiality students to Brooklyn’s Flavor Paper. I’ve been a huge fan of FP since their ICFF debut.
The chair is the iconic cantilevered stacking chair (1960) by Verner Panton. I’ve had these chairs for over 10 years now, and have never gotten tired of them! This cantilevered chair was first single-material and single-form chair to be made and has been produced by Vitra through three decades of development in plastics technology.
Yesterday I received the most wonderful gift in the mail from her from Charley Harper Studios. When this client and I began working together, we were shopping in the Todd Oldham for La-Z-Boy showroom here in Soho and fell in love with these quirky, colorful prints. I’ve never been a big fan of La-Z-Boy, or Todd Oldham, but we immediately fell in love with these graphic masterpieces.