Decorating with Gingham
Finally, I managed to write a new blog post. I’m sorry it’s taken so long but hopefully staying at home means I can spend more time blogging and researching. I have a never-ending list …
SECRETS OF A HOSTESS on Instagram: “Home Library 📚@houseandgardenuk…”
144 Likes, 2 Comments - SECRETS OF A HOSTESS (@secretsofahostess) on Instagram: “Home Library 📚@houseandgardenuk…”
Anti-Trends for 2018 - The Glam Pad
Every January design magazines and blogs clamor to foist upon us the latest and greatest trends and colors… ultra violet! lucite! chevron! beige! Since beginning The Glam Pad six years ago, I have have developed an aversion towards trends, to which many I have unfortunately fallen prey. With the advent of Instagram, today’s trends seem […]
John Fowler: Prince of Decorators
John Fowler: Prince of Decorators | Wood, Martin | ISBN: 9780711227118 | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch Amazon.
Nancy Lancaster: English Country House Style
Nancy Lancaster: English Country House Style | Wood, Martin | ISBN: 9780711224292 | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch Amazon.
Book Issue: Architectural Digest’s Margaret Russell on Must-Have Design Books | Tory Daily
Calling all design lovers… The Editor-in-Chief of Architectural Digest shares her top book picks.
Penguin Random House - Mario Buatta
This is the long-awaited first book on Mario Buatta, one of America's foremost decorators, whose work has been featured in the best design magazines for more than five decades. The book celebrates his career with a wide selection of inspiring domestic proje...
Los Angeles April 24 Lecture: Madeleine Castaing and Le Style Malmaison
My first MC lecture! Madeleine Castaing and Le Style Malmaison While many were drumming to the beat of modernism, French antiquaire and ...
A Folly: Don’t Ever Change
My Dining Room The other day, a friend asked why I had never changed my look? Didn’t I know that big slipcovers were out of style? D...
Madeleine Castaing design. She was a legendary decorator in France who "created her own look that was a unique blend of Neoclassicism, Proustian Romanticism and pure wit' (quote from Emily Evans Eedermans book "The World of Madeleine Castaings)