How to use paint to your advantage - tips and tricks form the pros and Farrow & Ball on www.CourtneyPrice.com
FARROW & BALL: RECIPES FOR DECORATING, created by Joa Studholme, Farrow & Ball’s color curator who has spent more than two decades developing colors with fabulous names for the company. I have been searching for a book like this for longer than I care to say, so I am thrilled and honored to review this one. Studholme’s book is so comprehensive and thorough that it should be mandatory reading for interior design students- loaded with the very information I craved when I was in design school. Studholme explains the complexities of light and color in a way that is both understandable and useful, making this a valuable resource for every design library.

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Artist Spotlight: Carol Benson-Cobb

Carol Benson Cobb paintings on www.courtneyprice.com

Dallas native Carol Benson-Cobb is singing the blues and we love what she is doing. Her latest collection offers a soothing range from the cooler soft pale blues to deeper, more vibrant indigo tones. We had a chance to catch up with her in the magnificent John-Richard’s High Point showroom. [Read more…]

Pantone Color of the Year: Marsala. Reactions & Top 10 Predictions

Color Of The Year- Marsala on www.CourtneyPrice.com

Well, it’s that time of year again and the 2015 Color of the Year has been announced: Marsala.  Outside of a smattering of deferential nods to the color selection, the reaction weights overwhelmingly to the less enthused. Here is what the experts have to say about it: [Read more…]

Neutral Zone

textures and neutrals on www.CourtneyPrice.com

Neutral colors sometimes get a bad rap in the design world, getting panned as the dated “griege” of boring, monochromatic yawns. They deserve the bad press if they are misused in unimaginative ways.  Neutrals can be employed artfully to set a tone for a specific focal point in a room, to create a peaceful environment, to lead your eye to a specific “pop” design element. Even colors, when used in a sophisticated way can actually become neutrals in a palette. Do not underestimate the power of neutral… it can be used to great design advantage.   [Read more…]

Inspired By: Madeline Weinrib

Ikat pattern, Madeline Weinrib fabric, upholstery on www.CourtneyPrice.com

P. 134, Designer: Emma Pilkington, Home: Christina & Chris Cuomo in the Hamptons, Photography:
Roger Davies, Producer: Carlos Mota, Editor: Christine Schwartz Hartley, Item: Navy Luce Ikat Settee


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…]

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