From Runway to The Rug Company with Rodarte

Having founded the lauded fashion house, Rodarte, in 2005, Kate and Laura Mulleavy were rapidly recognized for their conceptual and ethereal collections seen on the catwalk. We sat down with the dynamic duo to discuss growing up on the West Coast, their creative influences on and off the runway, how 70’s culture has shaped their […]

Go for CMO

CMO Paris is changing the game in natural textiles. Founded in 1998, CMO Paris has perfected its handcrafted textiles to function in their purest form using all organic materials such as banana leaf, Zari silk, recycled paper and abaca blend. More and more people are calling for natural, bespoke materials in their homes…that’s when CMO […]

GDG’s IG Summer Capsule: Poolside Edition

Poolside moments are far and few between for some of us. That’s why in this summer scroll series, GDG captured the pool days of some of our favorite followees because we’re no ready to say goodbye to our ocean blue, summer feeds. Sunbrella Melissa Roberts Interiors Kelly Golighty, fashion blogger  David Harber, sculptural artist Julia […]

Inside a Manhattan Apartment Updated with a Color by Pappas Miron

Our friends at Dering Hall take us through one of Pappas Miron’s colorful projects in Manhattan. Spot the various transformed textiles found at the D&D Building in the story below.  As they proved in their living room at this year’s Kips Bay Showhouse, Alexandra Pappas and Tatyana Miron of Pappas Miron have a knack for infusing tradition with […]

Labor Day Table Spruce Up

With Labor Day and the new school year just around the corner, it may be time to spruce up your kitchen and dining room tables, islands and ottomans with some accessories to cover your surfaces with more than just your kid’s homework. Whether you’re hosting end-of-summer guests, game night, or need a change in scenery, […]

GDG’s IG Summer Capsule: Dining in Style Edition

Some of our followees traveled to faraway lands to have lavish dining experiences (can we blame them?) or were dressed to the nines at some gala with luxurious tablescapes. Whether their outfits matched their interiors or not, here are a few of our followees’ chic summer dining experiences that deserve a cameo. Peter Dunham Textiles […]

Melinda of the Vale

When artist and textile designer Melinda Marquardt walked through the door prior to our interview, we were struck by her dazzling personality and humor. A portfolio of her first collection samples in hand, we sauntered to the table as she laid out her remarkable hand sketches that were transformed into fabrics and wallpapers for us […]

The East Side Peisers

I.J. Peiser is a family-owned and operated fine wood flooring company, trusted by New Yorkers for over 100 years. Known for their lofty clientele list consisting of President Franklin D. Roosevelt, Andrew Carnegie, Laurence Rockefeller, Jacob Javits, John Steinbeck, and Johnny Carson, the reputation of the company remains revered and so is its clientele (Think: […]

Gratitude, Mindfulness, and Looking Ahead: The Secret to a Healthy Design Practice

Interior designer, lifestyle expert and luxury furnishings designer Robin Baron doesn’t just do what she’s doing, she knows what she’s doing. Baron wears many hats and has to consciously make sure they don’t topple. Running a three-prong business of home design, home furnishings, and media appearances, Baron is a mindful, energizer bunny that seemingly hasn’t […]

Design to the MAX

When GDG called designer Max Humphrey, the designer was leisurely sourcing at Portland, Oregon’s Schoolhouse Electric, a bespoke lighting, hardware and furniture gem to locals; GDG Digital Editor and Portland-raised, Isabelle Harrington can testify. A Portland transplant who could be mistaken as a native with his vintage, rustic outdoorsy aesthetic and love for Pendleton wool, […]