Archive for March, 2007

Revel in the Evolution – 75 years of Interior Design

By danielle


To all of our friends at Interior Design – Congratulations on 75 years of delivering the latest news, leading trends and cutting-edge products to our industry. And dare we leave out all those amazing parties, including the milestone celebration on Wednesday night?!? Cindy Allen sure knows how to throw a bash!


A veritable who’s who version of Where’s Waldo.




Everyone came to toast Interior Design including one of our favorite architects David Ling.

Congrats Samantha Nestor!

By danielle


We went to the Alpha Workshops on Monday to congratulate Samantha Nestor on her new position at Met Home. As Jan MacLatchie from Artistic Tile told us as we were entering the building, “I just love everyone in there.” Jan – we couldn’t agree more.

For all of you who ate as much food as we did, we are working on getting the name of the caterer. We’ll keep you posted.

The AD Home Design Show

By danielle


The calendar-girls hit the show yesterday and saw lots of our favorite friends (Hi Troy!!). Overall, the scene was rather civilized and is getting better every year. To cap it off, there was a convenient coat check near the entrance, perfect for our bulky down North Faces.

Some observations:

* Kudos to DouglasHomer for their funky press kit packaging
* Loved the Shoji screens and the super comfy chair propping the booth (Bamboo Modern)
* Parents-to-be take note, DucDuc has the all the right ideas – eco, flexible designs that will make child-proofing a home hip
* Couldn’t get enough of those Tom Dixon lights at the entrance
* Clever signage BDDW! We wanted to grab a piece of chalk ourselves and let everyone else know how much we loved the booth.
* Shout out to DESU Design, Pryor & Williams and the other Brooklyn-based exhibitors. Can’t wait to see more goods at BKLYN DESIGNS.


Capua, Clark and Drake


Dakota Jackson and Jocelyn Hutt


Ken Wampler


Tucker Robbins and Holly Hunt

P2C: 4

By danielle


See you on Wednesday at the NYDC for P2C:4. Check out eSPY for more details.