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dimore studio: Incorporating yesterday’s patina into today’s hip interiors

When we broadly think of European interiors, we either think of tired spaces past their prime, or ultramodern super chic spaces that are so minimalist it’s hard to tell if you’re in a bathroom or a living room. So it … Continue reading

the chameleons of interior design – MHZ

London-Paris based Mlinaric, Henry & Zervudachi (MHZ)’s interiors are legendary.  From the restoration of medieval houses to decorating modernist 20th century homes; from the full refurbishment of the Royal Opera House, London to the decoration of countless country piles like … Continue reading

david scott: stylish interiors with confidence

I recently made a trip to the Rizzoli flagship bookstore in Manhattan where amidst all the delightful design books I found one whose material took my breath away: Outside the Box by interior design colleague David Scott. I shamelessly did … Continue reading

david kleinberg: interiors with traditional values + modernist outlook

Several years back I had the good fortune to meet Albert Hadley, the other half of the Parish-Hadley interior design powerhouse, right about the time he was closing his own practice in NYC.  A truly giving person, Mr. Hadley gave … Continue reading

brian j. mccarthy: my current design “crush”

An alumni of the famed Parish-Hadley design studio that produced so many of today’s well-known designers in the U.S., Brian is in the league with the crème de la crème of interior designers worldwide. His classic overall style tends towards … Continue reading

When you think of Swedish Interiors, think Cecilia Clase

Because of their success with furniture design, we often associate Scandinavian interior design with the same midcentury masters.  But there is a very talented strawberry blonde running around Stockholm leaving her mark on that country’s contemporary interior design aesthetic: Cecilia … Continue reading

tristan auer: redefining good taste in interiors

He may not be as well known to the international community as his Gallic colleagues Alberto Pinto, Christian Liaigre or even Jean-Louis Deniot (whom I featured here), but Tristan Auer is no less gifted and certainly knows how to infuse … Continue reading