Salone del Mobile Milano – the furniture fair where all the big developments in the design world are unveiled – is back next week for the first full production since 2018. A great sign that the normality that’s been discussed so much during the pandemic might finally be a reality. While Salone is the best
Swedish designer Carolina Härdh has a good philosophy for her creative process: “As a designer, I need to take responsibility for my decisions in terms of material choice and manufacturing. Because, whatever I create, it will live on longer than I will do, so I want to make sure it’s not toxic. Using design as
From significant business changes to noteworthy product launches, there’s always something new happening in the world of design. In this biweekly roundup, AD PRO has everything you need to know. Product launches Kelly Wearstler debuts 1970s-inspired furniture line On April 18, AD Hall of Fame designer Kelly Wearstler introduced the Morro Collection. The tables, lounge
Sophia Brush Warren has a vision, and it has little to do with your living room. Of course, as chief operating officer and creative director of Vineyard Decorators, the Island’s largest supplier of home furnishings and decor, Sophia spends a fair amount of time considering couches, managing inventory and keeping the showroom ship-shape, while also
Self-care and wellness have become a top priority in the past two years, leading homeowners to seek bathroom designs and products that allow for total relaxation and provide a refuge from the stress of the outside world. While a move towards spa-inspired retreats in the bathroom – especially the master bath – was well underway
Photos by Nora Edinger One spring cleaning activity that should be on every homeowner’s list (but probably isn’t) is getting a good look at one’s roof. Go up on a hillside if necessary, suggested Josh Contraguerro of Panhandle Cleaning & Restoration. He’s seen missing shingles spell big trouble when spring rains hit.