In our first weekly digest, find all of the news you might have missed. Read on for the announcements crossing the BOH news desk this week.
CUE THE APPLAUSE...
Congratulations to the newlyweds! Veranda and ADAC Designer of the Year Elizabeth Ingram married celebrity chef Alton Brown at the beginning of the month. Brown had confirmed the news via a photo of their dog, Abigail, on Instagram.
The Inside is launching its latest decor line with Refinery29 co-founder and global editor in chief Christene Barberich on Thursday. Inspired by Georgia O’Keefe, Anni Albers and Edith Heath, the furnishings (a chair, bed frame and ottoman, among other pieces) feature bright, whimsical patterns.
Also this week, Amazon is launching its first exclusive designer collaboration for the home. A partnership with designer Jonathan Adler, Now House will become available at the end of this week.
Century-old, New Zealand-based textiles company James Dunlop is on view in New York for the first time. The brand’s latest window treatments are nestled in the Baumann Dekor showroom at the D&D Building.
Customizable upholstery furniture at the click of a button became a reality last week with the launch of Palette, a tech-forward online platform from One Kings Lane and Cloth & Company that allows shoppers to create furniture with their choice of patterns and colors.
U.K.-based designer Katharine Pooley has a new collection with Adam Williams. The Chatsworth Collection, six handcrafted furnishings, debuted during Decorex.
OPENINGS AND EVENTS
Carpenters Workshop Gallery—with locations in London, Paris and New York—recently opened its West Coast location in San Francisco, reported Dezeen. Housed inside a former church, the exhibition space was fully restored by bicoastal architect and designer Ken Fulk. CWG will hold biannual exhibitions in the new space that highlight the work of a single artist or designer. (In other CWG news, the gallery opens an exhibition of functional sculpture by Karl Lagerfeld on Friday.)
The Kips Bay Decorator Show House is returning to Palm Beach in January. Alongside Ellie Cullman and Paulite Pitt, newly appointed Veranda editor in chief Steele Marcoux will be the design chair for the event, which takes place in a 10,000-square-foot Mediterranean-style mansion along the Intracoastal Waterway. Participating designers will be announced in early November.
Delta Faucet launched a concept design, in partnership with the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum and celebrity designer Bobby Berk. The touch-sensitive faucet debuted Tuesday evening to much fanfare (New York design editor Wendy Goodman was just one of several notable guests) at the museum in New York.