Designer Point of View


2016 Kips Bay Decorator Show House: David Collins Studio Room Tour

The world of London-based David Collins Studio is often defined by its signature approach to contemporary luxury and design, developed and refined over the last three decades. David Collins Studio’s Creative Director, Simon Rawlings, discusses how he reinterpreted the firm’s famous Blue Bar at The Berkeley Hotel in London design for this year’s Kips Bay Decorator Show House through a luxurious yet… read more



Celebrated interior designer, Alex Papachristidis, is best known for his usage of strong colour and layering bold patterns, but swapped his typical jewel tones for whites and cream colours for the 44th annual Kips Bay Decorator Show House, located at the Carlton House Townhouse. We sat down with Alex to learn more about his exquisite dining room, filled with 18th-century antique… read more


2016 Kips Bay Decorator Show House: Suzanne Kasler Room Tour

Each year, celebrated interior designers transform a luxury New York City home into an elegant exhibition of fine furnishings, art and technology. Over the course of four decades, the Kips Bay Decorator Show House has grown into a must-see event for thousands of design enthusiasts and is renowned for sparking interior design trends throughout the… read more


Designer Point of View: In Conversation with Carl D’Aquino

Elegant, elevated, detailed, and timeless: All the interiors Carl D’Aquino creates eschew fleeting trends in favor of enduring style, luxury, and livability. The New York-based partner of design firm D’Aquino Monaco (which he and architect Francine Monaco lead) creates residential spaces — as well as hospitality, retail, and commercial projects — that mesh comfort and livability… read more


Designer Point of View: In Conversation with Jay Jeffers

Jay Jeffers creates rooms that, above all, possess extraordinary depth. The prolific designer specializes in eclectic yet completely cohesive spaces that master the mix at every turn — modern and vintage, luxurious and livable — adding up to an effortless, curated-over-time feel. His use of color follows that aesthetic: a rich mix of tones that’s anything… read more


Colour essay: Nina Bruun, colourist and design manager at Muuto on… Eggplant

Colourist and trendspotter Nina Bruun is the design manager for Danish brand Muuto where she is responsible for the palettes and colour combinations used in the extensive product collections – many of which we’ve admired on this site before. “I do a lot of trend spotting around the world, researching at fairs, exhibitions and also in fashion – the… read more


Landscape Textiles and Wooden Surfaces by Caroline Cox

Printed textile designer Caroline Cox graduated from the Royal College of Art in July, just last year. Two months later, we found her panel of decorative and graphic wooden tiles at London’s foremost design concept store Mint. The piece came from a bigger collection called Landscape. Like the rest of the series, which comprises a mixture of textiles… read more

The Chromologist 2018 | Farrow & Ball

The Chromologist