DECORATING DARKLY: A Selection of Inky Spaces

Dark Bedroom

    While technically it’s still summer here in NYC, this little lady’s heart has been in the full throes of fall since September 1st and, as a result, D is also gearing up for the cozy season with gusto. Kicking off our first official delve into fall is the obligatory, and much loved by me, “dark interiors” post. After all, whatread ON

The Magical Glass Worlds of DECHEM Studio

Dechem Studio Glass Art

    Founded by Prague based designers Michaela Tomišková and Jakub Janďourek, DECHEM Studio specializes in the creation of unique works of art made from glass. Whether sparkling villages designed for re-assembly upon whim, crystal lamps with their inner workings on display, or smoked bell jars that are equal parts lamp shade and moody terrarium – the DECHEM collectionread ON

The French Stylings of Damien Langlois-Meurinne

Damien Langlois-Meurinne

    French designer Damien Langlois-Meurinne began his career in the offices of Christian Liaigre before launching his own firm, DL-M, in 2003. Since that time, Langlois-Meurinne has established a name for himself as one of France’s most prominent designers. His interior work ranges from luxury showrooms and homes in exotic locales to the renovation ofread ON

SEPTEMBER FAVORITES: D’s Little List of Loves

September 2014 Favorites

    CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT   1. BOOKENDS – Limited Edition Bronze Bookends by Jonathan Nesci ($1,800) – 1stdibs 2. CHANDELIER – Last Night Branch Pouenat – Damien Langlois-Meurinne 3. LIGHT SWITCH – Light Switch in Brass (£30.00) – Buster + Punch 4. KNOB – Transparency Knob ($55) – DSHOP 5. SURFBOARD – Alexanderread ON

IN SITU: Rupert Bevan’s Bespoke Furniture & Finishes

Rupert Bevan Bespoke Furniture

    Rupert Bevan Ltd. is a London based furniture company driven by a team of highly skilled designers and craftsmen specializing in bespoke furnishings of the highest quality. All their pieces are made in Britain, often by hand, using rare and traditional artisan techniques. Led by none other than Rupert Bevan himself, we firstread ON

Pietro Sedda ‘Tattoos’ For Fritz Hansen & Charity

Grand Prix Chair Tatoo by Pietro Sedda

    Today, D is over at Switch Modern posting on the re-launch of the wooden-legged version of Arne Jacobsen’s 1957 Grand Prix chair. The event will be celebrated in high style with a Milan-based installation, charity auction and some tattoos for good measure. To learn more and to get your hands on some actual Arne Jacobsenread ON

A 15th Century Palace Turns Gallery & Weekend Home

Palau de Casavells

    Set within a small town in the province of Girona, Spain, lies the newly restored 15th century palace turned gallery/weekend home, Palau de Casavells. The process of transforming the voluminous historical property into habitable/exhibitable space took four years and was led by partners Jacobo Valenti and Luis Sendino. The result is a dramaticread ON