categories + archives: kitchen and bath

kravet inspired news – thank you!

kravet inspired news richard rabel

Many, many thanks to KRAVET for the fantastic 2-page spread in their well circulated kravet inspired news journal of my second Highland Park, Dallas residential project .  I love my work and when kudos like this are given, it makes it all … Continue reading

elle decor españa – thank you / gracias

I’m excited to share with you that one of Spain’s premier interior design magazines – Elle Decor España – recently showcased my “Paul Newman” project in their pages.  I’m grateful and happy for this distinction and badge of recognition from … Continue reading

nyc pied a terre renovation by richard rabel interiors + art

This stylish NYC pied-a-terre project was completed for a power couple in the art and museum worlds that hired my studio, Richard Rabel Interiors + Art, to re-envision, renovate and decorate what was once Paul Newman’s 450 sq./ft. pre-war bachelor crash … Continue reading

richard rabel: a 1930s Dallas home renovation (before and after)

Richard Rabel Dallas home Renovation Dining Room

The independent town of Highland Park sits inside the Dallas city limits and is an upscale neighborhood known for its lovely mansions and manicured lawns (plus it’s 30 miles/hour speed limit that can drive you crazy!). It’s also the home … Continue reading

how to make a “home” – listen to nate berkus

Nate Berkus, the interior designer whose energy and talent is known by many, first came into my periphery in 2005.  Not initially as a designer, but as one of the survivors of the Indian Ocean’s tsunami of 2004. Coincidentally, I … Continue reading

Mastering comfortable perfection: a New York loft by architect Len Morgan

Über-New York architect Len Morgan has quietly cultivated a selective client roster often shying away from the glitz of the shelter magazines we all review.  And having experienced his work in the flesh, I can see why clients keep coming … Continue reading

luxurious bathrooms by a design maestro: yes, it’s pierre yovanovitch and, of course, Paris!

Designing contemporary spaces of infinite luxury that are simple and discrete is one of the trademarks of Paris-based interior architect Pierre Yovanovitch. As a young man he began developing his modernistic aesthetic during his time working for legendary couturier Pierre … Continue reading