Category Archives: Interiors Design

Rita Konig’s Notting Hill Flat


I was delighted to find that Rita Konig’s new London apartment has been published by You Magazine. Since moving back to England from New York, the interior designer has married, had a baby (Margot…too cute!), and renovated her new Notting Hill flat. I love seeing the pieces that have survived from her previous apartments (the love print! the Quadrille-covered sofa!) and the new pieces she’s acquired along the way. I’ve been toying with the idea of painting our Danish apartment and now I’m more tempted than ever to splash the living room in a pale, warm pink!


Soho House Launches Soho Home


If you’ve ever wondered where you could buy a piece of decor in a Soho House, today is your lucky day. The private members’ club recently unveiled a collection of home furnishings inspired by their luxurious interiors around the globe. I’m loving this mohair armchair from the Soho Farmhouse in Oxfordshire and the Burleigh china from Soho House Chicago. Visiting the Berlin location this summer, I was reminded just how handsome all their spaces are. Explore the Soho Home collection here.


John Derian Picture Book


Beloved New York artist and shopkeeper John Derian is releasing his first book this October and I can’t wait to get my hands on a copy. Published by Artisan Books, the 368-page tome is titled John Derian Picture Book and contains more than 400 of the striking, vintage images made famous in his decoupage creations. I treasure all my pieces of Derian decoupage and know I’ll treasure his handsome book too. Wouldn’t it make the perfect hostess, birthday, or holiday gift…? Pre-order your copy here.


Decorator Sarah Bartholomew’s Nashville Home

Nashville-based decorator Sarah Bartholomew loves blue and white and her charming Georgian home fully embraces the classic color combo. Recently published by Southern Living, I can’t get enough of the home’s ikat striped foyer and leopard print stair runner. Below, explore more of Sarah’s lovely home and find suggestions on how to get a similar look in your own abode. READ POST