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My Interview with Carl Dellatore, Editor of ‘Interior Design Master Class’ from Rizzoli

I first met Carl Dellatore three years ago this month; after having followed his blog for some time I’d asked him to visit with me at my office to talk about the work he was doing around developing content strategies. … Continue reading

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Interior Design Master Class by Carl Dellatore

This week I learned that my good friend and colleague Carl Dellatore’s eagerly anticipated book, Interior Design Master Class, is officially finished and off to the printer. I’m both grateful and excited to have been part of Carl’s project from … Continue reading

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Clinton Smith’s ‘The Romance of Flowers’

I am certain that most people who work in interior design – either as designers themselves or as members of the press who chronicle our work — have a fondness for flowers, for flowers are as integral a part of … Continue reading

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Jonas: The Art of Fine Upholstery

Recently we received a copy of a newly published book titled ‘Jonas: The Art of Fine Upholstery’ from our friends and long time collaborators at Jonas. The book, with a forward by Veranda editor Clinton Smith and introduction by the … Continue reading

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#TBT – East Coast Rooms – 2000

It may be wishful thinking, however as an antidote to the Winter blues here’s an optimistic look back at images of a house designed for Summer enjoyment that might be a welcome respite for us all. In 2000, author Anna … Continue reading

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The Perfect Book for a Holiday Gift 2013

Some media forecasters predict that in the ‘future’, while we will still have printed matter, it will increasingly be seen as luxury goods – especially books. For me, large format picture books have always been a luxury, a luxury that endures time. … Continue reading

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