Designer Deanna Whetstone, owner of Whetstone & Associates, brought her imaginative dreams into reality at the 2019 Indianapolis Monthly Dream Home showcase. Placing the hottest design trends on center stage, Dream Home combines luxury design and cutting edge technology in jaw-dropping spacious homes. Read More “FROM OUR FRIENDS: DEANNA WHETSTONE”
Gold and its warm-toned cousins have been hot this year, and when paired with cool taupes, grays and silvers they shine even brighter. Textile designer, colorist and consultant Saana Baker shares her expert insight into this year’s color trends from her many exciting travels to trade shows, such as Maison et Objet, Deco-Off, Salone del Mobile and Neocon. Read More “Color Trend: Digging Gold”
Known for her fresh and modern perspective on traditional design and architecture, Ashley Whittaker transformed the front designer room in the Lee Jofa showroom at the D&D Building into something spectacular. We took a deeper look into how this room came to life by chatting with the New York City based interior designer. Read More “From Our Friends: Ashley Whittaker”
The first word that comes to mind when hearing the name Jenny Wolf is fearless. The New York-based interior designer has built a reputation for herself by creating interiors people can only dream of with her dramatic flair. She is known for her organic approach to design and believes an interior should reflect the people living in it.
The Hampton Designer Showhouse has been the showcase for America’s premier design talent for decades. In July, The Hampton Designer Showhouse returned to Southampton, New York and featured more than 20 top interior designers from the country. Included in that exclusive group are three close friends of Kravet; Alexa Hampton, Megan Gorelick, and Mabley Handler.
Before Philip Mitchell and his husband Mark Naransky purchased their latest home in Chester, Nova Scotia, they already owned an apartment in Toronto, a cottage in Lake Erie and an office and apartment in New York – needless to say, the couple was not in the market to expand their real estate. But, the pair say they could not pass on the 18th-century cottage on the Nova Scotia coast. Read More “From Our Friends: Philip Mitchell in Veranda”
Kravet Inc. has been a faithful partner with The Shade Store since 2016, providing quality custom window treatments for Kravet customers. One of the most exciting benefits for interior designers The Shade Store is The Shade Store’s COM program, which allows designers to bring any fabric in to create Roman Shades, Drapery and Cornices. The COM program gives designers maximum design flexibility – allowing them to build on The Shade Store’s 1,300 in-stock materials by selecting their own fabric or pairing The Shade Store in-stock fabrics with custom trims, tapes and borders. And, when you choose to have The Shade Store complete your window treatments with a Kravet fabric you get an additional 10% off your fabric order. Read More “The Shade Store Makes Custom Window Treatments Easy”
Add more light – that was the directive from Tydings Design Inc.’s clients in their Washington, D.C. home. After adding a sunroom and brightening the space, Tydings Design Inc. took their talents to Kravet using Mabley Hander furniture to furnish the 1930’s-era home for a relaxing vibe fit for entertaining. Here’s how they tackled the design:
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A time-honored tradition in New York City is the beloved Kips Bay Showhouse, where celebrated interior designers use their creative talents to transform a charming estate into an elegant exhibit. This year, designer Matthew Bees took his talents to Manhattan’s Upper East Side to showcase his style for a good cause – proceeds from this charity go to support the Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club to fund after school and enrichment programs for New York City children. We spoke to Matthew Bees to find out what he hoped to accomplish with his Kips Bay room! Read More “From Our Friends: Matthew Bees”