The Swank Blog
Yesterday's designer influence wasn't a new name to us; we had heard Carlo Scarpa mentioned as a great Italian architect.
We had always heard the name "Carlo Scarpa" in conjunction with architecture terms-and with good reason.
We always wonder if any one type of interior design style is more difficult to design than the others.
Our last few Contemporary Designer Profiles have been a bit on the traditional and classic side, so let's switch to something entirely different, shall we?
You know how in almost every scary movie there's that scene where the main character is staring into their medicine cabinet mirror, opens it to grab something, and then when they close it comes face t
We really admired the world of eclectic modern designer Tommi Parzinger, even though he dabbled and mixed all sorts of different elements for his pieces.
Another great designer has evaded our knowledge for years since we've been in this field, but we're happy to say that we are now well-versed in all things Tommy Parzinger-and you should be, too.
From the very first moment you set your digital foot onto the online portfolio of Gary Spain, you know you’re in for an interior design experience like no other.
Furniture pieces and accessories don't just have to be stationary objects that only look pretty; they can be huge sources of interest and story in your spaces.
It’s true we were pretty bowled over by these wood armchairs upholstered in black leather by designers Larsen and Madsen.