Interior Design

Romo’s past, present and future

Emily Mould, Design Director at Romo, is part of the fifth generation to lead the British textiles company founded in 1902. In our discussion, Mould shares her perspective on how the textiles industry has evolved over her tenure, from shifting design trends and consumer tastes to the importance of sustainability.

Regan Baker’s Expanding Sphere

We talk to the San Francisco-based designer about her growing business, what makes an ideal client, her new project in Lake Como, Italy — and why everyone needs a Lindsay and a Greta. (Just don’t steal hers!)

Is it okay if the art matches the sofa?

By bridging the gap between artists, galleries, and designers, Moss ensures that remarkable art finds its way into beautifully designed interiors.

Now Open: Design Miami.Basel

The 18th edition of DESIGN MIAMI.BASEL is now open, spotlighting rare and unique presentations of collectible design from over 25 exhibitors at the fair’s established location, the Basel Messeplatz.

Antonia Caicedo on emotive art, sensorial luxury, and collaborating with design industry giants

Interior designer Antonia Caicedo brings her global perspective to her recently launched “Antonia Collection” – a curated line of case goods, upholstery, and lighting that forges a stylish bond between Art Deco and Mid-Century modern aesthetics. The collection is the result of collaborative partnerships between Caicedo and three respected industry brands: artisan atelier JIMECO, EJ Victor and Fine Art Lamps. 

Globally Chic design with Vani Sayeed

IFDA New England Interior Designer of the Year, Vani Sayeed wants “people to enjoy the world in a way they’ve never enjoyed it before” through her designs. This week on Disruptive Design, DNN Editor in Chief Courtney Porter sits down with Vani Sayeed. Together they delve into how her background in art shapes her standout spaces for clients around the world and resulted in her new Globally Chic rug collection with Landry & Acari.

Tohoku Project presents Craft x Tech during Design Miami/Basel

Craft x Tech features collaborations with renowned designers from around the world such as Dutch designer Sabine Marcelis who works with Akita artisans and presents Yōkan, a series of two tables with a voluminous design and a wall-mounted piece, all lacquered in Kawatsura Shikki’s style.

The Evars Effect: reimagining the trade showroom experience for the modern age

After successful stints in public relations and launching her own interior design firm, Nancy Evars founded Evars Collective in 2020, which includes two multi-line showrooms in the California Bay Area that serve as a creative hub for the design community and have quickly become togo-to trade resources in the bay. 

Whole home health and designing with heart

Austin-based firm Triple Heart Design, led by principal designer Shelagh Conway, has carved out a unique niche focusing on “whole-home health” – integrating principles of sustainability, natural elements, and spiritual wellness into every design project.

Fashion forward: unveiling the top interior design trends of 2024

Discover the top interior design trends for 2024, including the fusion of fashion and interior design, the rise of quiet luxury, the latte decorating aesthetic, home and garden design trends, strategies for positive impact through design, ASIDs 2024 design trends, and the long-term implications for designers and homeowners.