Tag Archives: contemporary design

richard rabel interiors in architectural digest

I’m thrilled beyond words to announce the publication of a recent project by Richard Rabel Interiors in Architectural Digest!!! Above all, heartfelt thanks to my clients and friends for the opportunity and their trust. Thanks also to the wonderfully talented … Continue reading

ventless fireplaces are the way to go

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Ventless fireplaces are one of the latest luxuries in chic home décor. They’re the perfect accessory for all of us who yearn to curl up with a glass of wine and someone special in front of the crackling flames (bear … Continue reading

modern credenzas that steal my eye

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A chic modern credenza is the perfect place to store all the little things that come with modern life. It doesn’t matter if you live in a sprawling mansion in Dallas, or a compact New York City penthouse. We all … Continue reading

maria pergay a designer for the history books

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Maria Pergay (b. 1930) is such a legend in the world of French decorative arts that she was recently honored in her native France with the Legion d’honneur for her contributions to the arts. For over 50 years Pergay has … Continue reading

a new bloom in modern japanese ceramics

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Hitomi Hosono is breathing new life into the world of modern Japanese ceramics with her magnificently textured porcelain creations. Drawing on her impeccable ability to remember every detail from the delicate petals of a flower to the intricate webbing of … Continue reading

the rolls royce of silver sculpture

silver sculpture kevin grey bowl

British silversmith Kevin Grey recently caught my attention when I stumbled across his silver sculpture at Maison Gerard in New York City. Whenever I have the opportunity to do so, I try to incorporate silver sculpture into my projects. I … Continue reading

english studio pottery from wales

Readers of my posts know that I am a huge fan of English studio pottery and love to incorporate pieces into my projects. So when I recently came across the work of Welsh ceramicist Adam Buick, I knew I had … Continue reading