Art Deco Primer

Art Deco Primer

 The pendulum from minimalism to maximalism is underway which is one reason why I believe that Art Deco will see a broader resurgence. Additionally, our society is in some respects repeating behaviors from the ‘30’s which is one of that decades that Art Deco was the...

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Green Interior Trends

Green Interior Trends

Let’s chat about one of the year’s, and especially fall’s, hottest trends: green. Yes that rich, velvety color of nature (and money) from emerald to olive; sage to Hunter. One of the most popular rooms that feature green is the kitchen. Here are three contemporary...

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Dynasty Collections

Dynasty Collections

There are various Chinese blue and white pottery and porcelain objects from the Tang Dynasty through today that are viable collector's purchases across a range of price points. Here are a few authentic pieces that caught my eye based upon their unusual shapes and...

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Tabletop Tuesday: Chinese Culture

Tabletop Tuesday: Chinese Culture

Tabletop Tuesday sets a place infused with Chinese pottery and porcelain featuring a range of blues and white in floral and animal motifs in the tablecloth, plate, canister, pear accessory and candlestick. Setting the table is always a work of art. Design Tip: Layer...

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Modern Monday: Tang Taste

Modern Monday: Tang Taste

Modern Monday recognizes the renewed interest in blue and white Chinese pottery and porcelain. You've probably seen these decadent designs clustered in groups in design magazines from Veranda to Architectural Digest. Blue and white porcelain and pottery are timeless...

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Modern Monday: Playful + Plaid

Modern Monday: Playful + Plaid

Modern Monday is a stylish presentation of tartan integrated into this quirky dining room.This tartan pattern in various color combinations is on trend. The vintage chairs are upholstered in a classic red tartan pattern. It is paired with what looks like a Paul Evans...

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Art: LOVE

Art: LOVE

One of my favorite public art pieces is the Love sculpture by Robert Indiana. This pop art icon was created in 1970. Since then, it has been reproduced and displayed globally. I have seen this sculpture in Scottsdale, Los Angeles, Philly, Dallas and New York. LOVE is...

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