Online interior design service Modsy says one of the key things people are looking for is a sense of nostalgia.
This summer Jonathan Charles, the fine furniture brand known for its hand craftsmanship, launched two new collections, Toulouse and Barcelona. Both collections, as their names imply, are respectively influenced by modernized European design traditions and include case goods and upholstery.
Last week, Editor in Chief Jane Dagmi moderated Bringing Health into the Home Through Design, a panel organized by Aspire Design & Home, where experts in interior design, product design, and the kitchen and bath space — interior designer Laura Muller of Four Point Design Build, Sean Fisher of Signature Hardware, Summer Kath of Cambria Surfaces, Stephanie McInnis of Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery and Derek Miller of GE Appliances — discussed what the health home environment looks and feels like.
The blur. It symbolizes an innovative spirit, a level of creativity that allows us to not just push boundaries, but step beyond them, uniting worlds and building something new. In design, we see examples of this everywhere — the melding of residential and commercial, the relationship between indoor and outdoor, the versatility of mixed-use spaces.
Join Designers Today's Editor in Chief Jane Dagmi and Managing Editor Thomas Lester of sister publication Home Accents Today as they sit down with designers Sasha Bikoff, Shayla Copas, Stacy Garcia and Libby Langdon to talk about their respective launches that had been set to premiere at spring High Point Market.