Letters From The Editors

“It’s such an exciting time in outdoor living right now, people in all different climates are seeing that living outside happens a lot longer than just three months during the summer.” –Libby Langdon, Interior Designer The D&D Spring Market will soon host many leading ladies (and gentleman) of interior design for discussion on Al Fresco; […]

On the Same Page: 2018 Design Predictions from Top Magazines

GDG turns to the editorial design superstars Elle Décor, Architectural Digest and House Beautiful for their predictions of page-turning 2018 Interior Design Trends. Paint colors, home décor and furnishings, oh my! House Beautiful 2018 Color Predictions LIVE COLORFULLY According to House Beautiful there’s no time like 2018 to embrace color! Get ready to see bright […]

Letters From The Editor: Style Secrets with Sophie Donelson

Whenever a reader sends me a note telling me that they’ve found something in the magazine that resonates with them and how it helped them, that’s when I know I’ve done my job. — Sophie Donelson GDG often has the opportunity to take our readers behind the scenes of design studios, collection stories and stylish […]

GDG’s 10 favorite spring design tips

Design: Ruthie Sommers, Wallpaper: Farrow & Ball Catch you later, winter! Spring is finally upon us (even if it doesn’t completely feel like that in New York City!) and we’re ready to embrace the warmer season and all that comes with it. For this #TipTuesday, we’ve rounded up 10 of our favorite spring design inspo […]

Don’t shy away from decorating with dark colors—Here’s why…

Just before the start of the New Year, Benjamin Moore unveiled Shadow (2117-30), a statement-making, rich amethyst, as its 2017 Color of the Year. Ever since then, we’ve been drawn to many more enchanting dark shades. But these hues are not the easiest to decorate with, so to help diminish any fears, Benjamin Moore color specialist […]

#TipTuesday: Eye-catching Entranceways

This #TipTuesday, GDG continues to explore the focal points of different rooms in the home. So far, designers have walked us through the center of attention in the dining room and the living room. Today, we visit the area that gives guests the first impression of a space’s interior: the foyer.