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Interior designer Beth Webb is a master in creating richly layered spaces that are beautifully proportioned, impossibly elegant and always inviting.  Her designs, which often incorporate fine art and one of a kind antiques, are largely informed by her extensive background in the arts.  She studied at Sotheby’s London, spent time immersed in the New York art world with Hirschl and Adler Galleries and was a private art dealer before transitioning to interior design.

Webb, who founded Beth Webb Interiors in Atlanta over twenty years ago, has been the recipient of numerous accolades...

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Long known for its inimitable exhibitor list and spectacular offerings, the Delaware Antiques Show is setting its sights on interior design with keynote speaker and honorary co-chair, Thomas Jayne. Jayne, a graduate of the Winterthur Program in American Material Culture, is well-known for his sophisticated interiors and reverence for the past. Says Jayne, “It is an honor and a privilege to serve as honorary co-chair and deliver the keynote lecture at the 2015 Delaware Antiques Show, benefiting one of this country’s most important cultural institutions. I see myself as a scholar-decorator much as Henry Francis du Pont, the founder of Winterthur, saw the ideal curator as part...

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Suzanne Tucker is recognized today as one of the country’s leading interior designers, known for her timeless style, elegant interiors and her passion for antiques, architecture and the decorative arts. Her award-winning projects are frequently published in magazines worldwide and Architectural Digest has honored her repeatedly on the inimitable AD100 list of top designers. Having worked under the legendary Michael Taylor and often referenced as his protégée, she and her husband/partner Timothy F. Marks, founded Tucker & Marks in 1986 building it into the distinguished firm it is today. Suzanne Tucker Home was launched in 2010 with her textile, tabletop and home furnishings line. Suzanne's first monograph, Rooms to Remember, The Classic Interiors of Suzanne Tucker (The Monacelli Press, 2009) was followed by...

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Charles Pavarini III’s design roots run deep. His grandfather, Charles Pavarini, Sr., founded the Pavarini Construction Company, best known for creating such landmarks as the Seagram Tower and the United Nations. Charles, who has cultivated a singular style that deftly blends traditional and contemporary elements, reinterpreted this rich family legacy with the founding of the architecturally-based interior design firm, Pavarini Design.  

Headquartered in New York City, Pavarini Design often steps in during the pivotal construction planning stages, seeing nearly all projects through decoration and art selection. This start-to-finish approach ensures that...

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Although most buildings in the Near East from late antiquity and the early Islamic period (between around 500 and 1000) do not survive fully intact, the fragments that do remain help shed light on the ingenious ways that artisans transformed architectural surfaces to create sumptuous interiors and monumental façades. Three aesthetic principles that were especially important to the design of architectural ornament in the Byzantine, Sasanian, and early Islamic traditions are highlighted in the exhibition Pattern, Color, Light: Architectural Ornament in the Near East (500–1000), opening July 20 at The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

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Rare furniture, paintings and exotica from the collection of leading American arts and crafts figure Lockwood de Forest II will be auctioned by Bonhams in Sydney this month, having been consigned from the designer’s grandson who lives in Australia.

The renowned New York designer, painter and interior decorator was a prominent member of the 19th-century Aesthetic Movement and famously worked alongside Louis C. Tiffany, creator of the iconic Tiffany stained-glass lamp, in the 1880s.

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Gail Green, the founder and principal of Gail Green Interiors in New York City, is celebrated for her timeless and elegant yet decidedly modern interiors. Her firm, which specializes in upscale residential and commercial projects of all sizes, is dedicated to creating beautiful, comfortable, and practical interiors. Combining form and function, Gail Green Interiors constructs unique, luxurious spaces that exude a sense of harmony, balance, and order.

Educated at Columbia University and trained at a number of esteemed architecture firms, Green has been...

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An array of the Bay Area’s leading interior designers are sponsoring a spectacular event dedicated to the legendary Nicky Haslam. Organized by the Northern California Chapter of the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art (ICAA), "The Decorators Host the Decorator" will include a reception and book signing for Haslam’s monograph...

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 On Monday, April 27, 2015, leading interior designers from across the country will meet at the Atlanta Decorative Arts Center (ADAC) for the highly anticipated annual event, Design ADAC. The four-day conference, which is open to the public, offers guests an exclusive glimpse into the minds of the industry’s most elite and innovative tastemakers. We have selected a handful of not-to-be-missed events at Design ADAC, which range from book signings and vignette displays to keynote presentations and Q+A sessions.

ADAC: Behind the Windows Opening Day Celebration, Monday, April 27
The sixth installation of ADAC: Behind the Windows celebrates past recipients of ADAC’s prestigious Southeast Designers and Architect of the Year Award...

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Leading interior designer Garrow Kedigian is an expert at punctuating his timeless interiors with contemporary elements (think bold pops of color, lacquered walls, eye-catching art). The resulting aesthetic is impossibly chic and luxurious yet approachable and livable. From a barn-turned-residence in Greenwich, Connecticut, to urbane Manhattan apartments and stylish Palm beach homes, Kedigian crafts spaces that are brimming with one-of-a-kind objects that reflect the individual tastes and interests of his clients.

Born and raised in Montreal, Kedigian attended McGill University’s esteemed architecture program. After completing his formal education, Kedigian moved to Boston, Massachusetts, where he spent six years working with the inimitable interior designer, William Hodgins...

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