A mix of storytelling and curated pieces rule at Roman and Williams Guild in New York City.
The designers have ushered in a movement of mixing antiques with vintages pieces and suprise elements — all for character-defining spaces.
The duo has sourced furniture and accessories, like these wooden bowls, for their first retail location.
Australian studio Handelsmann + Khaw have perfected the warm minimalist style with a light palette, wood beams, and carefully selected furnshings that do not overwhelm the senses.
This style illustrates the a new type of contemporary living, where the home is clean and calm, but also inviting.
The Australian designers included culturally significant pieces as a part of this global style.
Opulence to the max, Ken Fulk’s dining room design for the 2017 Kips Bay Decorator Showhouse brought drama in abundance.
De Gournay created the custom mural, which continued Fulk’s narrative of a an eccentric client named Madame D.
The more-is-more principle is highlighted with period antiques and fabrics with sheen.