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Check out “10 Ways to Get Your Lighting Right” on Houzz. This article includes a sexy little lamp from "Waterfront Grace", one of our residential projects designed by Jonathan Staub. This may be just the inspiration you need to help you find your own personal style or make a bold new statement in your home. Good lighting is an incredibly easy way to make a good room great!
Philpotts Interiors is honored to announce our senior designer Holly Boling Ruiz was nominated by Theremador’s top dealers in Hawaii and the Pacific Rim to participate in Thermador’s special Design Council that was formed just three years ago. This council gives their input and recommendations on Thermador’s new product designs and brand. The design counsel includes industry leaders from America, Germany and Turkey. Thermador has named 2013 the “Year of the Designer”.
The council took two-and-a-half days of intense brainstorming to review prototypes and design ideas for their 2015-2016 products. Council members were asked to comment on all design and parts of their appliances. You may view the profile of the council members at Thermador’s website.
It was impossible to resist visiting Madeine Weinrib’s new location at 126 5th Avenue.
By appointment only
What started out as a push-cart business on the streets of Manhattan has become what is now the world’s largest housewares, carpet and rug store. With six floors of luxurious goods ranging from divine furniture to apparel and accessories, it’s like walking through a traveler’s home with impeccable taste.
888 & 881 Broadway
at east 19th Street
New York, NY 10003
Layer in pops of color with his work and you’ll have the look and vibe that can span from urban to tropical. Calibrate the look and mood by dialing it up or down the sensibilities to temper it to your own tastes.
Tucker’s designs are made from extraordinary materials and bear, in many cases, honorable histories. Ironically, as a monk, he lived with almost no furniture for 10 years.
An inveterate world traveler, Tucker now splits his time between designer showrooms, his New York City studio and the various remote jungle communities where he buys his wood and often employs local craftsmen to help create his pieces.
Mixing ancient tribal motifs with modern styles, he calls his mode of furniture design “modern primitivism.”