Interior Design

Designer Spotlight: Tova Kook of TK Design

Tova Kook’s insights inspire young creatives who haven’t quite found their “thing” yet but feel the urge to keep on going: Follow that instinct.

Junior League of Buffalo seeks historic home for 2025 showhouse

The Junior League of Buffalo is looking for a home with historical and architectural value to be transformed into its 23rd Decorators’ Show House next spring.

Little Greene presents ‘Sweet Treats’ a capsule collection of nine delectable colors 

April 18 2024 sees the launch of Little Greene’s ‘Sweet Treats’, a curated collection of warm, neutral  shades of honey, caramel and chocolate, each color inspired by delicious desserts and some of the  worlds most tasteful sweet treats.

Designing a loft for a chocolatier

Brooklyn-based design firm Almost Studio recently completed their latest project, a Loft for a Chocolatier. The historic chocolate factory was originally built in 1947 in the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood of Brooklyn, along Myrtle Avenue.

Interior designers in Nebraska pass historic practice rights legislation

Nebraska has become the 29th state and 31st U.S. jurisdiction to institute reasonable regulation of the interior design profession. Legislative Bill 16 (LB 16) was passed by the Nebraska State Senate and signed into law by Nebraska Gov. Jim Pillen on March 5, 2024.

Designer Anna Maria Mannarino on creating her own design success story

By combining passions for interior design and event planning, Anna Maria Mannarino has become a trusted adviser, helping her clients update their homes through life’s transitions and celebrating their milestones along the way.

The story behind interior designers’ favorite steel doors

Todd Noe, founder of Maiden Steel, discovered his passion in a junior high metal shop class. The sight of sparks flying and molten metal yearning to be shaped fueled his fascination. His affection for crafting with metal sparked instantly, starting with welding skateboards, then on to high-end bikes, and culminating in his current focus on architectural steel doors and windows at Maiden Steel.

2024 San Francisco Decorator Showcase returns to spectacular Pacific Heights mansion on Billionaire’s Row

The 45th San Francisco Decorator Showcase (open April 27 – May 27, 2024) is thrilled to announce the remarkable home selected for the 2024 Showcase at 2898 Broadway on “Billionaire’s Row” in Pacific Heights.

Design stories that shaped 2023

While some of 2023’s most resonant design stories revolved around maximizing profit and preparing for an AI-driven future, many of the top ten stories focused on the creative process. They highlighted the journeys of specific designers, unveiling their strategies for building successful careers, sourcing inspiration, and infusing freshness into their new collections.

Do you need design therapy? with Kim Colwell

Los Angeles-based designer Kim Colwell has a transformational approach to interior design—one that intricately weaves together environmental psychology and the principles of feng shui. Rooted in her early experiences within her grandparents’ historic home and influenced by her mother’s background as a shaman and clinical psychologist, Colwell’s design philosophy revolves around understanding how environments shape human development and what interior designers can do about it.