New to the Texas market just last week – the incredible Hermes fabric line by Dedar. If you thinking what I am…. there are a lot of people who will react favorably to the ability to adorn design projects, homes and themselves in larger than tie/scarf Hermes luxury. [Read more…]
Roger Davies, Producer: Carlos Mota, Editor: Christine Schwartz Hartley, Item: Navy Luce Ikat Settee
ABOUT MADELINE WEINRIB
Designer Madeline Weinrib has shaped a sophisticated signature style that is at once timeless and modern. She brings a layered and luxurious sensibility to the world of contemporary design with her collections of heirloom quality carpets and artfully conceived textiles, accessories and home accents. Through her Atelier and Showroom in New York, Madeline Weinrib is devoted to helping her clients create beautifully appointed, bespoke spaces that reflect their distinct personality and singular point of view. Let’s take a look at the beauty that Madeline brings to interior design: [Read more…]
YEAR IN REVIEW: 2013 year literally flew by, bringing uplifting innovations and energy to the design world that should have good staying power in 2014. Let’s take a look through the CPD lens at the Kitchen, Bath, Home Technology, Design, Lighting and Style stars of 2013:Susan Serra
The history of Fortuny is rich with romance, intrigue, pigment and pattern. Mariano Fortuny, originally from Spain, first created fabrics for the fashion industry, with the help of his Parisian model and muse Henriette Negrin who later became his wife. New York interior designer Elsie McNeill Lee saw Fortuny’s fabrics hanging in the Carnavalet Museum in Paris and fell in love with [Read more…]
Working on a project with a master bedroom that promises to be heavenly and peaceful. It will be a symphony of blues, whites, textures and patterns. Here is a sneak peek of color and pattern:
The great thing about this fabric is that it is completely customizable color wise. The paint will be Farrow and Ball, because they create unparalleled range and depth of color.
Anyway, thought I would share. So far so good, it is going to be gorgeous!