Accessible Design

The design industry as a whole is completely amazing and terribly difficult to break into without an interior designer on call, which is why I love when talented designers such as Madeline Weinrib, decide to make their furniture and accessories accessible to the public. Madeline hasn’t used decorators in the past according to Elle Decor and is now making her showroom accessible to EVERYONE!  If you are into design you want access to it!

images via Elle Decor

Photographer: Jason Frank Rothenberg

Another designer doing us all a favor and creating a shop for buyers like you and me is Robert Stilin. He combines many of my favorites such as Contemporary Art with Vintage Antiques. The perfect home is a mix of both. Just like you wouldn’t want hang out with a person with only one opinion, your house needs more than one era to make it timeless. images via RobertStilin.com

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