“The most important thing in the room is not the furniture – it’s the people,” declared Gilbert Rohde in 1930. This was a decisively progressive observation and is particularly meaningful in today’s business office environment.
“When wonderful interiors are your passion and you are dedicated to the fine art of home craftsmanship, time is of no consequence.” This philosophy, as quoted by Robert Reeder of Robert Reeder Interiors, depicts an interior design project that is the epitome of wha
The Chicago Merchandise Mart boasts the world’s largest collection of high design and luxury goods while the Boston Design Center stands at the forefront of design innovation. These impressive places are known as “to the trade” because they cater to and sell exclusively to design profession
When it comes to our shelters, Americans embrace creativity and comfort. We seek styles that reflect our independent spirits. The cost? Our households are responsible for 20 percent of greenhouse gas emissions but represent just over four percent of the global population.
What is it about Oriental rugs that we find so fascinating? Is it their ability to bring visual and figurative warmth to a space? Perhaps it’s the whispers of exotic locales woven into the fibers or the more immediate sense of place they
The Knox Estate may well be one of Western New York’s best-kept secrets. Located in East Aurora and owned by the prominent Knox Family from 1898 until 2000, the 633 acre property is a mini Downton Abbey in the middle of the Southtowns.