Libby Langdon Style

  I always try to make time to get a hit of Libby Langdon style during High Point Market and I it never fails that I come away with one question: How on earth does she accomplish everything she achieves with such aplomb while maintaining a fresh perspective on design? Libby Langdon Style, in Black […]

Chelini Defines Italian Eclecticism

One of my favorite stands at Maison & Objet in Paris last month was Italian manufacturer Chelini, whose vignettes presented such a seamless mix of modern and antique-inspired styles I wanted to move right in! The sumptuous hand of the gray chenille upholstery fabric and the roomy comfort of the sofa and pouf in the […]

The Playful Search for Beauty

Have you noticed there continues to be a fixation on nostalgia? Should we continue to blame it on Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner or is this merely a cyclical flow resulting from our humanly drive for something new to think about? I suppose it doesn’t matter what’s causing the backward glace in design that makes […]

Delight in Store at 1514 Home

Cheryl Kees Clendenon, DGD, is the owner of 1514 Home and lead designer for In Detail Interiors. I met the talented entrepreneur when Brizo invited a group of bloggers to New York City to attend Jason Wu’s #FW10 runway show during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week—we were affectionately dubbed Blogger19 because that’s how many of us convened. […]

The Orient Expressed

I’ve been watching Asian-inspired design take an uptick in popularity during the past several months, and not just in the US. As I was walking around Chelsea during a trip to London in April, I spotted products celebrating the spirit of the Orient in the windows of Designers Guild and India Jane. My inbox seemed […]

Visionnaire Home Philosophy

Architect Steve Leung will be debuting a collection of furniture for the Italian brand Visionnaire Home Philosophy during Salone Internazionale del Mobile in Milan a week and a half from now and I can’t wait to see the furnishings IRL. He describes his inspiration for pieces like the Tiway chaise longue, the Wunjo armchair and […]

Conversations in Upholstery

What Does Your Upholstery Say? Marilyn Sofa “It’s nice to be included in people’s fantasies but you also like to be accepted for your own sake,” Ms. Monroe, aka Norma Jeane Mortenson, once said. I’m declaring the Marilyn sofa her upholstery namesake because it seems quite comfortable in either scenario. What have you to say for […]