A Day in the Life: Sandra Funk

“I always seek out the soul, grit and authenticity in each project. If you look closely at the details, those elements are always there. Truth makes every home unique and every piece of furniture different and interesting; authenticity is first and foremost to me in design and one of the biggest tenets of my firm.” […]

And the Oscar Goes To. . .

From bold reds to dazzling metallics, Stars shined both on screen and off. However, the real Oscar goes to the interiors that have kept right on trend with these A-list celebs.   Abstract Florals Get Out actress Betty Gabriel shines in this ethereal Tony Ward Couture. Daring to be bare with a plunging neck and […]

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 […]

A Natural Fit: Form and Functionality

“It’s a great big world, and we’re the fortunate few who get to design it.” –Linherr Hollingsworth According to interior designer Linherr Hollingsworth, whittling down a personal design aesthetic is similar to the struggle of explaining to your 2nd grade teacher what you did all summer – in three sentences or less. However, Linherr decided […]

The New Classics

“My vision is to design a home where life’s moments are created and enjoyed and lived with more meaning.” –Stephanie Rapp   According to the trend experts like Maison & Objet’s Patti Carpenter, the new generation of design is looking to the classics. From master craftsmanship to the reawakening of a global, handmade influence, the […]

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, […]

Get The Look: Fashion Meets Interiors

Valentino’s Head Designer Pierpaolo Piccioli introduced dramatic shapes, oversized bows, flamboyant feathers, and updated florals in a gloriously contrasting palette in envy-inspiring silhouettes. You might just find the citron coat and ice blue “work wear” look translated to this Editor’s apartment! A wild, unbridled sense of Fantasia is evident throughout this haute couture collection, setting […]

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 […]

Get The Look: City Chalet

Winter getaways may not always include hitting the slopes, but one thing we can all agree on is nothing says “winter” quite like the cozy, rustic, and often fur-clad interiors of mountainside lodges and ski chalets. Can’t make it to Aspen or Switzerland? GDG has a curated collection of wonderfully wintery products to get the […]

Designer Spotlight: Thom Filicia Chats New Kravet Collection

Altitude, Thom Filicia’s latest fabric collection is complimented by introductions of furniture, drapery hardware and wallpaper. The collection reaches new heights for the latest Thom Filicia for Kravet partnership. This introduction responds to a need Thom saw in the market for furniture and fabrics that are sophisticated yet subtle, clean yet classic and elegant yet […]