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Welcome to Talking Design, where design industry professionals and Trade Program members give us an inside look at their influences, inspirations, design secrets, and what makes them tick. In a nod to Women’s History Month, we’re kicking off the revamped series with three notable designers from across the country who all apply their own unique eye to their work in equally stunning ways.
Welcome to Talking Design, where design industry professionals and Trade Program members give us an inside look at their influences, inspirations and design secrets, and reveal what makes them tick. In a nod to #WomesHistoryMonth, we’re kicking off the revamped series with three notable women in design from across the country who apply a unique eye to their work in equally stunning ways. Meet the designers who kick off our new series spotlighting industry insiders →
Statement piece is an understatement. Rounded, chunky brass-finished legs intersect four doors clad in lacquered linen and sleek brass pulls. Glam credenza opens to two large shelves with middle divide and cord cut outs. Designed for an entry, dining or living room moment. Learn more about VUUE on our blog. CB2 exclusive.
Diversity in design opens up the design world to so many possibilities, sources of inspiration and unique points of view—things Freeman is passionate about. “The whole purpose of the showhouse was inclusion and celebrating designers of color, but to me that also meant focusing on broader inclusion and bringing more people into the story of design,” he says.
Designed by fashion-designer-turned-home-designer Brett Beldock, this neutral graphic rug is the perfect anchor for any room. Handloomed from soft viscose threads, then printed via a special process that creates variations in tone and color from rug to rug. Embroidered fringe is a design detail we love. Learn about Brett Beldock on our blog.
The space is full of sophisticated neutrals, custom shelving and a balance of masculine and feminine elements. “I wanted to elaborate on the bones of the room—the elegance of the space itself—and not hide behind a lot of decoration,” Freeman explains. Read more from Amhad Freeman on designing a sophisticated workspace for a first-of-its-kind virtual showhouse with @archdigest and the @IconicHomeMag.
CEO of sophistication, brought to us by Mermelada Estudio. Modern, oversized executive desk in midtone brown rounds out on either side for maximum storage, one shelf per side. Push-to-open doors curve with the frame and are hidden beautifully with fluted repetition. Learn about Mermelada Estudio on our blog.