Spring Into… Bed!

With a go green mindset, millennial pink everything, Pantone’s ultraviolet and Maison & Objet’s every shade of yellow predictions, this spring is shaping up to be one of the most colorful seasons yet! From the subtle pastels gracing everyone’s warm weather wardrobes to the bright and punchy colors that bring the outdoors in, I think […]

The Great Outdoors

An outdoor space is a luxury, particularly as the weather hopefully gets warmer. Whether you have expansive grounds or a tiny city terrace there are plenty of ideas to expand your open-air space! GDG has curated patios and porches where you can sense the sunshine (and sips of Prosecco). Soaking up every second of spring […]

Design With HEART

Art is in the eye of the beholder, and so is its beauty. Artwork starts as a blank canvas, as do the spaces in which we live and design. Both act as an opportunity to play with form, shape and color to produce a feeling, but when they work together that’s when the true emotive […]

A True Calling

The Robert Allen Duralee Group has a new Creative Director in town. New to this team, but vastly experienced in the industry, Stephen Levine has acted as Donghia’s Director of Visual Merchandising and Design Director for furniture, lighting and accessories, as well as Creative Director at Rose Tarlow Melrose House, and Senior Design Director at […]

Dare to Drape

“Hang Curtains. They make a room seem finished. Think of them as the lipstick of decorating.” –Peter Dunham The dining room is a space that needs a subtle “wow” factor. As the main entertaining space, memories are created, holidays are celebrated and family is cherished in this sacred space. Guests might forget the menu, but […]

8 Rooms that Play with Pops of Color

Vibrant oranges, animated reds, sunny yellows and powerful purples can infuse energy and emotion into a space, no matter the season. As we enter the antagonizing limbo between winter and spring, it’s up to us to create our own warmth with color. Go Design Go delves into playful color schemes that brighten even the rainiest, […]

Design for Television and a New Generation

HGTV star and Interior Designer, Brian Patrick Flynn had two occupational dreams while studying TV and film production in college. Producing the reality television series, ‘The Real World,’ didn’t come to fruition, but the second, less dramatic option became Flynn’s reality. This DCOTA Winter Market Keynote panelist has broken design boundaries with television, technology and […]

On Tap: European Treasures, Discovered

“The French word souvenir is actually ‘memory,’ and I love it because that’s what you do. When you’re buying antiques overseas, you’re buying memories.” -Toma Clark Haines, The Antiques Diva and Co. The Party: Shopping Tour de France! Last night, antiquing proved anything but antiquated. The charismatic, jet-setting Toma Clark Haines, CEO and founder of […]

Not Your Grandma’s Antiques

But success isn’t a destination – it’s a day-by-day journey.  Each day you have to get up and start all over again. You keep going forward, one stiletto clad-heel at a time.” -Toma Clark Haines Don’t let her signature cheetah prints fool you. Toma Clark Haines, CEO and Founder of The Antiques Diva & Co. is […]

Trend Check: The Ultra Violet Verdict

January has flown by in a wink and we’re hoping that Punxsutawney Phil predicts good news this Friday, inching us a few weeks closer to spring. Back in December, Pantone forecasted that 2018 would look mighty purpley – Ultra Violet, to be exact. The Color of the Year often infiltrates all modes of life, from […]