Design Diary

In Search of Unique Inspiration

In Search of Unique Inspiration

In our second review of Paris Déco Off, one of the end-all/be-all event for introductions in textiles and wallcoverings in Europe, Robin Garceau, founder of Robin Garceau Interiors, taps a few more debuts that brought her inspiration, from fabrics inspired by the kaleidoscope to big, beautiful botanicals.

Uneven Steven: Asymmetrical and Organic Shapes

Uneven Steven: Asymmetrical and Organic Shapes

My inbox has been blowing up lately with asymmetrical designs and furnishings with organic shapes being exhibited and sold around the world. I thought I’d share some of my favorites being offered globally, and stay tuned for a look at examples debuting stateside during High Point Market several weeks ago.

The House That Pinterest Built

The House That Pinterest Built

Aidan Gray Home sprinkled a bit of fairy dust on Atlanta Market over the weekend by bringing Diane Keaton to AmericasMart to sign her book The House That Pinterest Built, published by Rizzoli.

A Grand Tour of Textiles at Dallas Market Center

A Grand Tour of Textiles at Dallas Market Center

I’m thrilled to be moderating “A Grand Tour of Textiles: Past, Present and Future,” a panel discussion during Dallas Design Week at the Dallas Market Center that will take place on Friday, June 22, at 2 p.m. If you are planning to be at Market, I hope you’ll stop by because the panelists will be sharing inspirations.