Brimfield Flea Market

The Brimfield Antique Show is open three times a year.  This year the dates are May 14-19, July 9-14, September 3-8.    Considered one of the biggest antique shows in the country, you can find all kinds of objects such as accessories, lighting, rugs,  jewelry, vintage furniture, fabrics, etc.  Below are some pictures of accessories we found during our last trip.

The last show of the year will be in Sept. and it is known to be the busiest show of the year.  It does require a lot of patience and we recommend paying the additional fees for the dealers area and going there first.  We found some beautiful vintage pieces including a Tommy Parzinger lamp and some T.H. Robsjohn Gibbins lounge chairs for clients.

african sculptures

white cowhides
low louge chairs
african faces

By |2019-03-07T13:30:54-05:00March 1st, 2019|Events|

Rare furniture & design

Rare furniture and designIncorporating rare furniture into a design is essential to creating timelessness and originality in an interior. The chair to the left is one of three chairs that were displayed in the Antique & Art Show at the Armory this year. Made by Carlo Bugatti in 1902, it’s made out of walnut inlaid with cooper, bone and brass. Selecting and incorporating a furniture pieces like this can be the difference of having a memorable, iconic interior design.

By |2010-10-25T23:39:45-04:00October 23rd, 2010|Antiques, COLLECTION, Events, Furniture, NYC Design, Seating|

Interior Paintings

Jeremiah Goodman paintings

“A portrait of a room should express the personality of the person who lives there—whose character has shaped it” says Jeremiah  whose stylish renderings can transport the viewer into the space.

Jeremiah works with oil or acrylic on canvas but also in a transparent watercolor and opaque gouache technique. He has been painting for over sixty years and his work is outstanding. Here are a few more photos of his work…
Jeremiah Goodman_painting_twoJeremiah Goodman_painting_one

By |2010-10-17T21:19:45-04:00October 17th, 2010|Events, NYC Design|

Antiques & Art show

Antiques & Art at the Armory 2010

For all designers and craftsman in the New York City area this promises to be a great show:

Antiques & Art at the Armory

September 30-October 3, 2010

Events Schedule:

Decorating With Antiques

Jewels of Scandal and Desire

Treasures at Hampton Court

By |2010-10-17T09:57:56-04:00September 9th, 2010|Antiques, COLLECTION, Events|

Frankfurt Kitchen exhibition

The Counter Space: Design and the Modern Kitchen is an exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Modern Art and it features the the exceptional “Frankfurt Kitchen” that was built by Grete Schütte-Lihotzky during the 1920’s. This new approach to functional design focused on the comfort and efficiency of the average person’s kitchen. The earlier kitchens were hidden in the basement and this new approach incorporates technology, power sources and new materials.  The exhibition will open from Sept. 15, 2010 to March 21, 201

Frankfurt Kitchen reconstruction

By |2011-01-11T12:36:19-05:00August 25th, 2010|DESIGN ADVICE, Events|

7th Annual Business of Design Conference New York

Thursday, September 2 – Friday, September 3
Roosevelt Hotel
45 East 45th Street
New York, NY 10017

This conference is renowned for helping interior designers improve their business practices and their bottom lines!

This event often sells out months in advance, so if you’re interested, visit today to download the conference brochure for more information and/or register.

ASID members will receive an additional $100 discount off registration. To take advantage of this special offer, please enter Promotion Code ASID100 during the registration process.

Program Fees*
Prior to June 1, 2010: ONLY $1,495
June 1 – July 31, 2010: $1,995
After July 31, 2010: $2,495

By |2010-08-05T08:56:55-04:00July 28th, 2010|Events|

Green Metropolis

Innovation 2010
Big and Super-Green: From Buildings to Cityscapes

The 2010 Architectural Record/GreenSource Innovation Conference will focus on technical developments and strategies, from large-scale super-green buildings on up to the super-green cities that support them. nyc architecture and interior designer event

Most Americans think of crowded cites as ecological nightmares, as wastelands of concrete and garbage, and diesel fumes and traffic jams. But life in the suburbs and rural areas are not the green panacea many people think they are. Keynote speaker David Owen will show us why the residents of compact urban centers individually consume less oil, electricity and water, discard less trash and most importantly, spend less time in cars than other Americans. And, he’ll explore the reasons that Manhattan may be the most ecologically friendly city in the country.

By |2010-07-21T13:19:17-04:00July 21st, 2010|Events|
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