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The Last Days of Summer

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Hello from Southern California!

I've taken my work on the road for a bit of sunshine and fun. It's hard to believe that we are at the end of Summer 2017. It has been such a busy time. Lots of work. Lots of running around. Lots of family obligations. Lots of doing for others. Definitely not enough time to kick back and watch the clouds pass overhead. 

Living with Color- High Point Market

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Hello from High Point-

There was so much to see in High Point Furniture Market and our trip, as always, was fantastic. We discovered new manufacturers, saw old friends and had a ton of fun inspite of the awful weather. And we found a new favorite place to eat lunch!

Furniture Shopping

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Hello from Brooklyn!

At the beginning of February, I attended the NYNow trade show to view new product in furnishings and accessories. Next month, I'll attend the Architectural Digest Show for new concepts in kitchens and baths, followed by the High Point Furniture Market in April. Whew! Lots to see and process.

Kitchen Trends

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Hi from Brooklyn!

The KBIS Trade Show just finished in Orlando, so this month I thought I'd offer my insight on kitchens. If you're planning a kitchen renovation or just need a sprucing up, here are some thoughts to consider.

How to Choose Paint Colors

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Hi from Brooklyn!

Those of you who have worked with me know that I love color. It's rare that I will recommend white paint on your walls. There's always another color that is warmer, cozier, or just cooler to pull your room together. Generally, something a little unconventional works better. 

When choosing paint colors, I always follow 2 rules:

1. Paint the color in the room before buying it.

2. Select your paint color last.

High Point Furniture Market- Spring 2016

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Hi from High Point-

This year at High Point, we viewed 56 showrooms in 2 1/2 days. Thankfully, I move really, really quickly! While NYC has amazing furniture showrooms, they can only display about 10% of their lines, so seeing everything new is really important in order to stay on top of the furniture market.

How do I shop such a huge market and what do I look for? I know my clients and what they need to make their homes function with ease and fun. My top 3:

Orazio Gentileschi

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Hi from Los Angeles!

On my latest trip west, I had a few hours to pop into the Getty Museum. In particular, I wanted to see these  paintings by baroque artist Orazio Gentileschi. "Danae", (circa 1621) on the right, was recently acquired by the Getty for $30.5m. "Lot and his Daughters" is the work at the left.

Organic Design

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Hi from Brooklyn!

Many times great design is the result of chance findings. 

Wandering through an outdoor shed, I found these pieces. What are they for? I was with other designers and we were all throwing out ideas. Tables, an art installation, a bench by the pool?

How would these look lit from underneath?Imagination is the only limiting factor when pulling together a project. 

What are you imagining today?

xoxo Theresa

Orange is Definitely the New Black

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Hi from Brooklyn!

Recently, I spent a day at the Javits Center working through a trade show. While at first glance this room looks a little over-the-top exuberant, if you take out the strong orange wallpaper, it instantly calms down and becomes a neutral room with a pop of color. See how that works? These pieces are updates on traditional ideas that incorporate interesting textiles, trim and finishes. It's a design aesthetic that I love because it's very easy to live with.

Commercial Interior Design

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Hi from Brooklyn-

Our design firm works on Commercial projects throughout the NY metro area. I'm highlighting this snippet  to show the mix of textures incorporated in this hardworking kitchenette. 

The cabinets, in a warm honey wood, are tough, practical and crafted to withstand the wear and tear of daily use. We chose a beautiful, multi-neutral stone and glass backsplash to add interest and hide splashes. 

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