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Put a Ring On It

02/19/15

Put a Ring On It

The glamour of the New Year has faded (most likely, along with our resolutions), but the cold and snow remains. What better way to bring a little glitz to the last of these dark days than with statement jewelry?
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Posted at 03:43 PM

Five Finds from Westport Stores that Help Battle the Freeze

01/28/15

Five Finds from Westport Stores that Help Battle the Freeze

Now that the bustling days of holiday shopping have passed, every Santa deserves a carefree shopping spree. How about some indulgences that will battle January’s frosty chill? Our Girl About Town, Ann Loynd, took a day in Westport’s downtown retail wonderland and hand picked five toasty-warm necessities.
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Posted at 09:56 AM

Reflections on Art Basel 2014

01/18/15

Reflections on Art Basel 2014

Over 73,000 people crowded into Art Basel Miami last month browsing through works displayed in the main show, satellite fairs, museums, gardens all over town. We asked some prominent designers and one of our editors to pick out and describe some items that caught their particular attention.
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Posted at 11:39 AM

Cut–Out Color Show

01/15/15

Cut–Out Color Show

Schumacher is going back to its archives and taking a look at a 1966 Matisse-inspired curtain. “The Matisse-inspired curtains that we did for the Met in 1966 speak to Schumacher’s commitment to craftsmanship and the fact that we’ve kept our finger on the pulse since 1889,” explains Dara Caponigro, Schumacher’s creative director. Another tribute to Matisse is now on exhibition at the MoMA through February 8.
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Posted at 11:11 AM

Where Great Design is Hiding in Germany

05/14/14

Where Great Design is Hiding in Germany

So, what’s the connection between the cultural heritage organization UNESCO and a sprawling complex that’s a defunct coalmine called Zollverein in Essen, Germany? Plenty, as we came to discover on a day-long exploration of 65 different buildings pertaining to Germany’s capital of steel and coal mining. Located in the area called the Ruhr, the city of Essen had been for more than 100 years the world’s center for producing materials used in heavy industry: steel and coal.
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Posted at 01:44 PM

Guilty (and Gilty!) Pleasure in Palm Beach

03/07/14

Guilty (and Gilty!) Pleasure in Palm Beach

While folks back home were battling blizzards, Presidents Day weekend was a time of guilty pleasures in Palm Beach. Not only were we sheepishly basking in lovely sunny weather, but there were dozens of activities to keep us out and about
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Posted at 12:29 PM

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2015 NYC&G IDA Rules & Entry Checklist

2015 NYC&G IDA Rules & Entry Checklist

Entries for the 2015 NYC&G Innovation in Design Awards are now open!

Posted 02/26/15 to Over the Wire

2015 HC&G IDA Rules & Entry Checklist

2015 HC&G IDA Rules & Entry Checklist

Entries for the 2015 HC&G Innovation in Design Awards are now open!

Posted 02/25/15 to Over the Wire

Put a Ring On It

Put a Ring On It

The glamour of the New Year has faded (most likely, along with our resolutions), but the cold and snow remains. What better way to bring a little glitz to the last of these dark days than with statement jewelry?

Posted 02/19/15 to C&G Out and About

Announcing Barbara Sallick  as CTC&G 2015 IDA Innovator

Announcing Barbara Sallick as CTC&G 2015 IDA Innovator

Barbara Sallick co-founded Waterworks in 1978 with her husband, Robert, and serves as the company’s senior vice president of design. Using her education and lifelong interests in art and travel, Barbara employs formal principles of architecture and decoration to elevate the bath to a space that is as beautiful, personal and inviting as it is practical.

Posted 02/19/15 to Over the Wire

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