When great women join forces, the effect may be nothing but mind-blowing. This time, Jennifer Post, a renowned interior designer, enters one of the last buildings to bear Hadid’s personal stamp to complete the vision of the architecture’s Grande Dame. Join the tour around 520 West 28th Street residence and enjoy the heights of design artistry.
Permeated with the magic of carpets and saturated with colors and textures, the first DLB pop-up store opens for customers on the sixth floor of the Interior Design Building from 12 to 31 March (except for Saturdays). All available rugs will be marked down by 20%.
Did you know that Doris Leslie Blau is not solely about the vintage and the antique? One of our modern rugs was selected by the great Juan Carretero for his eclectic Mexico City home décor. This outstanding project was recently covered by Architectural Digest. Just take a look.
Last Wednesday and Thursday (October 19 & 20, 2016) the D&D Building hosted an extraordinary industry event that gathered the crème de la crème of tastemakers and décor artists.
Bunny Williams, the indisputable doyenne of interior decoration, is willing to invite us to her breathtaking tropical retreat.
For the first time in history, the color trendsetter Pantone has selected not one, but two colors for the year 2016 – Rose Quartz and Serenity.
One might say that minimalism is the easiest design style. But it doesn’t only take the use of monochromatic color scheme and few objects is a big open space to design a perfectly minimal room.
There’s a saying that “everything old is new again”, and it’s true. Look at blue jeans styles, tie widths and even bicycle styles. Design is forever growing but also continuously recycling itself.