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October 11, 2019
We asked five designers—Lindley Arthur, Joy Rondello, Nancy Boland, Marty Lord and Gillian Gillies—if patience with the process has begun to dwindle.
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October 4, 2019
It can be difficult to know when the design process is truly over. Decorating is an ephemeral art, after all. We asked five designers—Erick Espinoza, Sara Gilbane, LeAnne Bunnell, Gillian Giles and Bella Mancini—how they know a project is finished.
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September 27, 2019
We asked nine designers—Nancy Charbonneau, Fanny Bolen, Caroline Brackett, Sasha Adler, LeeAnn Baker, Anna Braund, Caroline McCallister, Drew Hoffpauir and Lance Thomas—to recount the most memorable items that clients refused to give up.
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September 20, 2019
We asked eight designers—Amy Morris, Wesley Moon, Anita Clark, Jessica Schuster, Fanny Bolen, Andrea Small, Sara Hillery and Lauren Buxbaum Gordon—how they handle clients who think they know best when it comes to purchasing.
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September 13, 2019
In the wake of our inaugural Future of Home conference this week, we asked seven designers—Robin Henry, Cynthia Ferguson, Amy Lau, Barry Goralnick, Robin Titus, Melanie Fowler and Jessica Stambaugh—what the future of the industry looks like to them.
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September 6, 2019
We asked five designers—Jason Grant, Olga Hanono, Philip Mitchell, Blainey North and Arjun Rathi—how design is viewed in their countries and what practices they’d like to see American decorators adopt.
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August 22, 2019
We asked six designers—Sasha Bikoff, Brian Patrick Flynn, Denise Morrison, Drew McGukin, Britt Zunino and Maryline Damour—how they handle ornery clients (and avoid similar types in the future).
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August 15, 2019
We asked five designers—Bria Hammel, Breegan Jane, Matthew Patrick Smyth, Laura Krey and Christine Lin—if they have minimum budgets and if they ever make exceptions.
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