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 […]

Design Is In Fashion with Cynthia Rowley

What do a nearly-century-old furniture manufacturer and a fashion designer with one of the most youthful vibes hitting the catwalks today have in common? The Cynthia Rowley for Hooker Collection, launched by Hooker Furniture during High Point Market last October. Cynthia Rowley Designs Furniture The line holds 167 pieces within three distinctive themes—Curious, Sporty and […]

What’s New What’s Next at NYDC

On Thursday, September 17th, the New York Design Center, NYDC, became the epicenter of the Manhattan design world when their 2015 fall event, dubbed What’s New What’s Next, took over the building. I made my way to the venue with Dwayne Lawler of Shapedwood Lighting to see and hear some of the industry’s heavy-hitters present their […]

Furnishing 50 Shades of Grey

The long-anticipated film adaptation of  E.L. James’s novel Fifty Shades of Grey opens in theaters tomorrow so Productrazzi looks at a series of new releases in varying smoky hues by Thomas & Gray, which we believe would make excellent choices for the films’ set designers who were charged with furnishing the well-appointed spaces within the […]

New Art from vanCollier

Style. You know it when you see it. It’s either in a designer’s DNA or not. Taste. It’s as obvious as the difference in daylight and dark, and, when it’s inborn, it’s an unstoppable force. I saw both of these attributes the first time I walked into the vanCollier booth in The Salon section at […]

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 […]

Currey & Company’s Winterthur Collection

During my trip to High Point Market several weeks ago, Bethanne Matari and Cecil Adams of Currey & Company introduced me to Kristin DeMesse, the director of licensed products at Winterthur Museum. I was excited to find out more about the Delaware cultural institution that houses a remarkable collection of American antiques and decorative objects […]

Ambella Home Reimagined

Dallas furniture manufacturer Ambella Home struck a chord with High Point Market attendees during the debut of its transformed aesthetic stance a few weeks ago. Causing particular excitement during the mid-October 2014 unveiling was the company’s new offerings in case goods and an entirely new upholstery division now led by Jennifer McConnell. Both lines of products have set […]

Bernhardt Classicism On Trend

A number of the new furnishings Bernhardt recently debuted at the fall 2014 High Point Market are tried-and-true classics with luxurious undertones, these sumptuous details emanating from the most sweeping concepts down to the tiniest considerations. Bernhardt classicism is a hallmark in the furniture manufacturer’s oeuvre that is so adroitly actualized it is always on trend. This a […]