Berkus or Bust

Nate Berkus’ new home collection, Well-Traveled, greets you at the door. The celebrity interior designer outfitted Kravet’s entry vignette at the DDB with his worldly patterns and prints in plush chenilles, linens and velvets to create a collected and layered aesthetic to build upon for a lifetime. (Above) Nate Berkus putting his finishing touches on […]

A Collected Life

Interior Design has taken a turn for the personal. Clients no longer want cookie cutter spaces that look like a catalog; they want to feel at home. Designers assume the awesome responsibility of translating the client’s personality, taste, preferences and possessions into highly curated, deeply personal dwellings that are an extension of their inhabitants. One […]

7 Luxurious Indoor-Outdoor Spaces

Summer days call for relaxing by the pool, while summer nights mean hosting family and friends on the new patio. However, these outdoor activities are much more enjoyable when paired with a few interior comforts. GDG explores retractable walls, indoor/outdoor fabric options and the perfect compromises for alfresco relaxing supplemented with indoor reassurances. Whether you’re […]

Breaking New Waters

“We’re really into comfort. Not some abstract idea of what a comfortable room should be, but real comfort – the kind where you can happily drift off for an hour or two with your dog at your feet.” –Jeffrey Alan Marks Jeffrey Alan Marks proves that fresh informality is the key to livable interiors. From […]

A Day in the Life: Tina Ramchandani

Tina Ramchandani is a master of functionality who is fueled by an aesthetic drive (and Cortado). Her Manhattan-based interior design firm, Tina Ramchandani Creative focuses on creating modern environments with a sophisticated and global perspective. To this team, a functional space should be more than exceptional, it should be you.  This dog-mommy-interior-designer extraordinaire takes us […]

See How Six Top Designers Use Kravet in Their Work

Everyone knows Kravet for its wide assortment of fabrics and products across multiple iconic lines, including Kravet, Curated Kravet, Brunschwig & Fils, and Lee Jofa. We asked top designers to show us how they use Kravet pieces in their work, from fabrics to accessories and seating to side tables. See how they incorporated Kravet into their designs, and find new inspiration the […]

East Meets West

Craftsmanship techniques from around the globe come together in Martyn Lawrence Bullard’s new collection for Cole & Son. This collection’s eclectic array of opulent and contemporary designs celebrate diverse skill and unique international artistry, created in collaboration with Bullard’s vast influences from both Eastern and Western cultures. In his own interiors, Bullard mixes these same […]

Behind The Glass: Modern Tailor

A century ago one man arrived in New York from Russia, with big dreams and humble beginnings. Samuel Kravet did, however, possess one valuable; an artisan craft. Samuel, who began working as a tailor on the lower east side of Manhattan, came to establish a thriving family business that now, in its 100th year, celebrates […]

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 […]

Wall Art, Art Walls

Many of the wallpapers found within the showrooms of the Cohen Design Centers can be considered works of art. However, Andrew Martin’s new wallpaper collection has us saying ‘yes way, Monet’! Andrew Martin brings master-class paintings to life with a new intricate wall covering collection under license from the National Gallery Museum. Now, your clients […]