Posts by Sarah Virginia White
The best thing about attending ICFF (other than the awesome swag bags, of course), is discovering the amazing work of designers that haven't been on my radar. Count Australian lighting designer Mary Wallis among that group.
Approximately twice a year, I change my locks. Not for added security, or because a romance flamed out—but because my boyfriend I and forget our keys, lock ourselves out of our burglar-barred home, and he breaks the door to get us back inside.
Miss the unfettered joy of coloring books? Me, too.
These scene-stealing fixtures will up the glam quotient in any home.
After four days spent exploring ICFF and the nearby Wanted Design events in New York, I came into our offices with about a million press kits and even more inspiration.
An isolated memory cues an examination of the disembodied casework of Rudolph M. Schindler.
This beauty came across our desks as a submission for the 2013 CH+D Design Awards, which might help you understand the difficult task of picking a winner in each category.
Pegged as a curated, peer-to-peer marketplace, Hunters Alley is the newest addition to the One Kings Lane family. It promises to give individual tastemakers a platform for selling home and vintage items.
We've been fans of Emeryville ceramicist Sara Paloma for a long time (ever since we first wrote about her elegant vessels back in 2007).
In our offices, there were more than a few oohs and aahs over the softness of the new Prima Alpaca fabrics from California textile designer Sandra Jordan—but what really surprised us was the word on the box...sheers.